We Change Lives

At Methodist Home for Children, we work to provide safe, stable homes where children can thrive and live fully into their God-given potential. While not always traditional or biological, an MHC home is where both child and family are equipped to succeed. It may be a group home that helps juvenile offenders transition to healthy, independent living or a foster home that shelters a child while his family is stabilized. Whatever form it takes, the end goal is always the same—a safe, stable home.

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How A Value System Influences Child Behavior

By Julie Stone, LCSW |  Chloe, 10, and Cecilia, 5, had been in foster care for several months when I received a referral to work with them. … More >

Check us out in Barry Saunders’ column

Mentoring program helps children in foster care | The News & Observer columnist Barry Saunders came to meet the young people in our Hackley … More >

Chasing Dreams, By Degrees | 2015

Congratulations to our students! On July 17, Methodist Home for Children celebrated new graduates and students in the Hackley Education and Learning … More >

Vic Hackley: MHC’s “Granddaddy in Chief”

TEN YEARS of HELP  |  Lloyd “Vic” Hackley has a remarkable personal story of rising from poverty to lead the community college system in North … More >

Seeing College in Their Future

Teens in our multipurpose homes are touring campuses this summer to get a look at college life. ⇐ Last week, boys from our Hertford home took a … More >

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