Children’s Residential Center

Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month

The month of April is Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month here in Ohio. Making sure kids are safe is the reason Christian Children’s Home of Ohio (CCHO) exists. We asked Emily Frazier, LISW-S, Clinical Director of our Children’s Residential Center a few questions to help you better understand the affects of abuse, what CCHO does to help them heal and how you can be eyes and ears for children in your community.

Keeping CCHO safe

Our organization is working hard to protect our staff and clients, following CDC guidelines, implementing safety protocols and distributing tools. Like many, we have a limited supply of personal protective equipment. And we turn to you, our friends and supporters, to use your crafting abilities to help us keep CCHO as safe as possible.

Changing routines due to COVID-19

As mental and behavioral health providers, our operations remain open, and we are focused more than ever on helping people experience their worth in Christ. As you can imagine, this is an anxious time for kids. Here’s what’s happening in our children’s residential center as routines are changing due to the restrictions of COVID-19.

Resident on the rise

Resident on the rise

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.

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Heart winner

Heart winner

Instead of winning ribbons, Carbon now wins over the hearts of any person that he interacts with.

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Saying thanks and praying for more

Saying thanks and praying for more

We ask, Lord, that Your presence always graces us, that our words and actions reflect Your heart for people. We ask that You give us eyes to see the hurting and the broken, to see people as You do. May You give us the opportunity to reach even more people for You in the coming decades.

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There from the start (Story 49 of 50)

There from the start (Story 49 of 50)

I continue to be involved with CCHO in volunteer capacities. I co-chair the mission team at Orrville Christian Church, which is supporting church of CCHO. CCHO will always have a special place in my heart.

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