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Our Programs

Residential Programs

Christian City changes the lives of children and families experiencing trauma and crisis by offering healing and love through evidence-based residential programs.

Adoption & Foster Care

Every child deserves a loving home. Our Crossroads program provides support for families who foster and adopt teens, sibling groups and children with special needs.

Healthy Families

Healthy Families helps families by connecting them to resources for housing, food, or medical care. Our goal is to help families move beyond crisis and stay together.

Residential Children
& Family Programs

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    Children’s Village
    Our Children’s Village provides out-of-home care for children aged 5-17 in crisis.
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    Our Thrive Transitional Living provides housing, supportive services, life-skills education, and appropriate supervision for youth 18-24 who are aging out of the foster care system or who are homeless.
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    Safe Place
    Part of a national help network for runaway or homeless youth, Safe Place responds 24/7 to pick up youth, provide safety, shelter, and love – and help them figure out what’s next.

Your donation is an investment in the future of each family and child in our community.

Adoption &
Foster Care

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    Crossroads Foster Care & Adoption Program places teens, large sibling groups, and kids with special needs, while providing specialized training and support for the parents who will love and care for them.

Real Stories, Real Impact

Sam's Story

Sam’s short life had been marked by unimaginable neglect at the hands of his parents.

Five-year-old Sam arrived at Christian City in diapers, behind in most markers of child development. His short life had been marked by unimaginable neglect. The stability and love he experienced at the Children’s Village transformed his life.

Family Stabilization

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    Healthy Families
    Provides a variety of resources for working families facing a crisis – from housing to food to therapy – to help strengthen and stabilize them, preventing homelessness and/or the need for state intervention.