Communications

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.

Fighting human trafficking

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.

Smooth transitions

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.

Workplace culture and growth

Workplace culture and growth

Kevin Hewitt, CCHO President and CEO was recently asked to be a part of the Best Christian Workplace Institute’s (BCWI) podcast: The Flourishing Culture. If you would like to know more about our workplace culture at CCHO and how God is working through each employee and board member to fulfill our purpose, we invite you to listen in.

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Let’s be social

Let’s be social

We love connecting with you and sharing our heart. We desire to help more people experience their worth in Christ and that includes you!

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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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We lament

We lament

We lament when individuals are not treated in the way that Christ created them and loved them. This includes lamenting the lives of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor.

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As we collectively persevere

As we collectively persevere

Rebecca Ryder, MA, NCC, LPCC-S, Encompass Assistant Regional Program Director, shares her thoughts on mental health and persevering during this challenging time.

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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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Summer event update

Summer event update

CCHO and our family of ministries continue to monitor health regulations with regard to COVID-19. We will follow these guidelines closely for the safety of our clients, staff, volunteers and guests. This will affect our summer event calendar.

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