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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What’s Happening

Experts in Care: Seven are Certified, Nine Recertified

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 >

The Right Treatment | INSIGHT

Getting the right treatment quickly to a child entering the juvenile justice system can make the difference between a life spent productively or … More >

Hope Realized

  As a family preservation specialist, Montel Smith works with parents in crisis to help them stabilize their home and build skills for a … More >

Wesley’s Midnight Runners

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 >

Brotherly Love: The Robertson Family

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 >

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