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

Foster Care Family Act Is Law!

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 >

Meet Our New Board Members

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 >

Happy Retirement, Mike Callahan!

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 >

A Wise Investment—Chair Erik Ross Looks Back

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 >

Lilly’s Story—The Power of Home

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 >

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