Children’s Residential Center

Core messages a youth longs to receive

Part of welcoming each young person to residential life and tailoring their individual treatment is listening closely to their story, their strengths and discovering what unhelpful and untrue messages have been internalized. We then focus on what core messages that particular child needs to hear and receive.

Christmas morning smiles

As the gifts generously donated have been inventoried and wrapped, we’re excited for Christmas morning for the kids. There will be BIG smiles. And you make this possible. Thank you so much, Wish List donors and volunteers!

Helping human trafficking survivors

CCHO has received an increased number of placement referrals for survivors of human trafficking, particularly for teenage girls. As a trauma-informed treatment center, we are able to support these youth as they recover.

Hope for the holidays

Hope for the holidays

What are the holidays like for the kids in our residential program? Jessie Jackson, LPC, mental health therapist for the young girls cottage, shares how staff and volunteers bring hope to CCHO youth.

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Christmas Wish List

Christmas Wish List

We rely on the kindness and generosity of volunteers to make Christmas magical and meaningful for our youth. Show love in a tangible way through our annual Wish List project.

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Spreading the Gospel at CCHO

Spreading the Gospel at CCHO

In addition to a broad range of trauma therapies and modeling faith in Christ through kindness, selflessness and dedication, we provide opportunities for our youth to learn about God’s unconditional love for them.

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Cottage two is officially reopened

Cottage two is officially reopened

On Tuesday, September 15, the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce joined us for the ribbon-cutting ceremony as Kevin Hewitt, CCHO President/CEO spoke words of hope over the residence.

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