Today we celebrate a special seven-year-old girl who learned to trust again after years of brokenness and abuse. She learned at CCHO that she is worthy of love and is worthy of being taken care of.
We love hearing from former residents. Sometimes we receive an email, other times a phone call. God has a special way of surprising us with their stories.
Our residential program team loves investing in the lives of children all year round, but summer show off hours of planning and preparation in previous months.
Summer is filled with special moments. Longer days and more time outside of the classroom offer opportunities for special events and unique connections. Today’s blog post comes from CCHO Advancement Coordinator Jenny Myers. She’s always had a soft spot for in her heart for children who’ve come from abuse and neglect. Here is her story.
The summer months are a great time for our art and trauma therapy program to try different ventures with our youth. The warmer weather gives participants the opportunity to explore outdoor art activities and gardening projects.
For the past several years, summer at CCHO also means a visit from the Sons of God Motorcycle Club. Because of COVID-19, the difficult decision was made to keep everyone safe by not gathering this year. This blog post is a salute to their amazing volunteer work.
James from our teen boys cottage is one heart on the rise. He will soon graduate from our program and move on to independent living. When asked what he will take away from CCHO and what he liked about the program, here’s what James replied.