Total residential group homes.
Campuses in three counties.
Residents served in 2012.
Total bed days for 2012.
Who We Serve
King’s Home serves youth, women, mothers and children seeking refuge, hope and help from abuse, neglect, abandonment, homelessness and other extreme and difficult conditions and circumstances. The program operates 19 Christ-centered homes in three counties. Along with the opportunity for spiritual development, we teach necessary skills and provide tangible services to help our residents heal from their devastating pasts, break the cycle of abuse, build healthy relationships and become independent, productive members of our community.
Youth Program / The King’s Ranch
- Serving boys and girls, ages 10 to 21.
- Nine residential youth homes on two campuses.
- Primary referral sources are the Department of Human Resources or private placements.
- 98% have been abused.
- 75% are classified with severe behavioral problems.
- 90% arrive at least one grade level behind, and some as many as three grade levels.
- Tangible services to assist youth include social skills, education, employment and independent living skills.
- The average length of stay is two years.
- Approximately 75% of our youth come from Jefferson and Shelby counties.
Women, Moms and Children / Hannah Homes
- Serving women and moms with children escaping domestic violence.
- Nine residential group homes in three counties.
- Referrals received from churches, courts, law enforcement, other programs, mental health and DHR.
- Tangible services to assist moms include domestic violence counseling, parenting skills, substance abuse classes, education, employment, housing and childcare.
- A structured program lasting for up to two years.
- Hannah Home Shelby County opened in 2007 and serves up to 80 moms and children.
- To date, all Hannah Homes are 100% funded by private gifts.