Before residents have the courage or ability to speak their trauma stories, art gives them a way to communicate safely.
Children’s Residential Center
We have the best staff. Kind, selfless, encouraging, compassionate—all for the sake of life change for kids from hard places. Those qualities are making a difference on our Wooster campus. Here’s what one of our residential team members, Cindy Lechner, recently shared on her social media page.
It’s an exciting time to join our residential team. With the increase in applications and conversations around working at CCHO, here are some FAQs answered by our human resources team to help you get to know our program and organizational culture.
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.
We are excited to share the news that our children’s residential center is expanding. Cottage two will be opening this fall as a place of safety, respite and treatment to tween girls who have experienced abuse and trauma. Learn more about the reopening of this space and join us in anticipation of hope and healing for hurting kids.