God is changing lives!

Children who come from abusive homes have a hard time connecting with others. They’ve been traumatized by what they’ve experienced. They’ve learned they can’t trust other people. They face obstacles in life that most people won’t ever encounter.

But the abuse doesn’t get the last word. The neglect doesn’t define these young lives. Hope and healing are available to children who learn that they are loved unconditionally, despite what’s happened to them; who receive the therapy, support and supervision they need to overcome years of abuse; who finally experience the grace of their loving Creator.

Thanks for your interest in learning more about CCHO and our family of ministries. We exist to help the children and families we serve experience their worth in Christ. You’ll find some inspiring stories of life change below, along with more information about CCHO and ideas on how you can get involved in all that God is doing for these boys and girls!

Equipping kids and families

Equipping kids and families

The family integration therapy program has been in place for nearly a year. Here’s an update on how the expanded services have impacted kids and families.

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Cottage two is officially reopened

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.

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Shining stars in the classroom

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.

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Learning to trust

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.

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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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The hope of home this Christmas

The hope of home this Christmas

This year, we wanted to share a sweet Christmas picture from a resident in our young boys cottage. Ryan’s drawing shows the hope of home this holiday season.

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