Children’s Residential Center

A salute to Sons of God Motorcycle Club

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.

Experience your potential

Our children’s residential center is expanding, and we’d love for you to consider a career in youth ministry at CCHO. In today’s blog post, one of our executive team members shares his vocational journey.

Teen boys love summer

Our teen boys cottage has strong feelings about summertime. Here’s what they love and look forward to.

Celebrate summer

Celebrate summer

We’re starting a fun new series on the CCHO blog to celebrate summer even though this year looks a little different for all of us. We invite you to check in throughout July to read fun stories and smile.

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Music reaches youth in the midst of their hurt

Music reaches youth in the midst of their hurt

We are pleased to share about our new music therapy program within our children’s residential center. Here’s insight into the nature of music therapy and its ability to reach kids in the midst of their pain and trauma.

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Cultural competency

Cultural competency

The unique cultures and experiences of our residents are an important part of who they are and how we serve them. Our hope is to help them experience their worth in Christ through relationships and services.

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More than a suitcase

More than a suitcase

Children often arrive on our residential campus with their few belongings in plastic bags. Many times, these kids have left their prior home situation in crisis mode. Here’s one opportunity to show them that they matter.

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A strong academic year

A strong academic year

The 2019-2020 school year is coming to a close across our country in a very different way than it started. Our hearts go out to students, parents and staff who have made major adjustments in their education format. Here’s an updated on our first year education partnership with Norwayne Local School District

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Compost available

Compost available

Visits to the big red barn in the center of campus give hurting individuals an interactive experience with a horse they have specifically chosen. Equine therapy builds a bond between a child and a horse with the support of a licensed clinician. God uses their time together for amazing life change.

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Art benefits mental health

Art benefits mental health

As we continue in Mental Health Awareness Month, we turn our focus to art therapy as a resource for helping individuals process emotion and trauma.

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