We are currently planning a Heart for the Home online auction. We hope you’ll join in the festivities and a few surprises along the way.
Here we stand at the start of a new year, with a blank canvas before us. As on organization, that time will be filled by helping others experience their true worth that’s found in Christ. Today’s blog post will simply point to what that worth looks like.
We certainly missed gathering in person for our Christmas all-staff meeting, but we didn’t miss out on the opportunity to recognize colleagues for their years of service and dedication including special honorees Carla and John Plegge.
End-of-year gifts help even more kids and families experience their worth in Christ. Your donations create environments for individuals to feel safe and receive help to make positive changes in their lives. To make your gift count towards tax-year 2020, here are some tips to keep in mind.
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.
Human trafficking is a global concern that affects children and women here in our own state with foster children being extremely vulnerable. Emily Frazier, Clinical Director helps us better understand this growing issue and how we can help end it.
Transitioning to new routines can be stressful for kids (and for parents). For kids from hard places, it’s especially important to establish routines and consistent transitions that not only accomplish the goal of getting to school successfully but promoting security while doing it.