At CCHO, we have the the privilege of loving kids from hard places. How we give and receive love is unique to each individual. We take the time to learn each child's love language to help them experience their worth in Christ. We asked Emily Frazier, LISW-S, clinical...
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.
What are the holidays like for the kids in our residential program? Jessie Jackson, LPC, mental health therapist for the young girls cottage, shares how staff and volunteers bring hope to CCHO youth.
Third shift staff are integral to the cottage residents and routine. Learn more about this important role and how it benefits our kids.
We have the best staff. Kind, selfless, encouraging, compassionate—all for the sake of life change for kids from hard places. Those qualities are making a difference on our Wooster campus. Here’s what one of our residential team members, Cindy Lechner, recently shared on her social media page.
It’s an exciting time to join our residential team. With the increase in applications and conversations around working at CCHO, here are some FAQs answered by our human resources team to help you get to know our program and organizational culture.
We love hearing from former residents. Sometimes we receive an email, other times a phone call. God has a special way of surprising us with their stories.