Residential Celebrations

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.

Shining stars in the classroom

In today’s blog, CCHO Elementary Teacher Samantha Ponting shares about two shining stars in the classroom who made incredible strides in reading this past year. Let’s celebrate the hard work of students and staff and commit to making it a great year for learning for all of our kids.

Learning to trust

Today we celebrate a special seven-year-old girl who learned to trust again after years of brokenness and abuse. She learned at CCHO that she is worthy of love and is worthy of being taken care of.

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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Thank you from Katie (Story 44 of 50)

Thank you from Katie (Story 44 of 50)

Katie needed to feel safe. She needed to feel loved. Thanks to donors like you, Katie found the support, therapy and love she needed at CCHO. She was baptized during her time at CCHO, and today she lives with a new foster family. Katie wanted to say “thank you” for all you’ve done for her!

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He’d been there all along (Story 40 of 50)

He’d been there all along (Story 40 of 50)

I entered foster care at age four. By the time I was 15, I already had 13 homes including a failed adoption under my belt. Bouncing from home to home, I was subjected to physical and sexual abuse by several abusers. When I was 15, I finally found the courage to tell someone, and doing so unleashed a massive amount of fear and trauma that I’d been holding in for years.

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Baptism joy (Story 25 of 50)

Baptism joy (Story 25 of 50)

That was the first time I saw Brent cry. He regretted that he would leave CCHO without being baptized. Then his peer spoke up, “That’s no problem. You’ll just get baptized with me!”

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