CCHO is filling the gap in services between a child’s stay on campus and their step-down placement to a foster, adopted or biological family. Preparing the resident for the family and the family for the resident is important for long-term success. Here’s our plan.
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.
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.
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.
Celebrate with us! For the fourth straight year, CCHO and our family of ministries is once again a Best Christian Workplace, Certified for 2020!
CCHO and our family of ministries have recently achieved Charity Accreditation with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). This significant achievement affirms that we are committed to integrity and best practices as a nonprofit organization.
It’s back-to-school time! We’re looking forward to kicking off the new school year for the youth in our residential center. In the early days of CCHO, student-age residents attended public school locally. In more recent years, we have provided classrooms with licensed teachers right here on our Wooster campus.