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.
Congratulations to five staff members and two foster parents who’ve shown through rigorous testing and certification that they are adept in our model … More >
Getting the right treatment quickly to a child entering the juvenile justice system can make the difference between a life spent productively or … More >
As a family preservation specialist, Montel Smith works with parents in crisis to help them stabilize their home and build skills for a … More >
Four years ago Laura Mitchell, pastor of Trinity UMC in Wilmington, was looking for a 10-mile race to help her train for an upcoming marathon. … More >
Photo by Julie Williams Dixon Tyson Robertson, 29, left, adopted three of his siblings. The youngest, 9-year-old Travon, was adopted July 15, 2015. … More >