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.
We took a big step forward in normalizing the lives of foster children as Gov. Pat McCrory signed the Foster Care Family Act into law today, July 2. … More >
The 2015-16 Executive Committee has been named and eight members elected to the Methodist Home for Children Board of Directors, effective July 1, with … More >
Not that he’s counting, but today marks 36 years, four months and six days since Mike Callahan started as a driver/maintenance worker at MHC. It’s … More >
Board Chair Erik Ross has served eight years on the Methodist Home for Children Board of Directors, including three years as chair. As his term … More >
At the lowest, most miserable point of her childhood, Lilly was being sexually abused by a male relative. She wasn’t going to school regularly, and … More >