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Campus Tour

Campus Tour

See Where Hope Happens

We welcome you to come and visit the main Methodist Children’s Homes campus in Jackson, MS, and see our work in action. If you’re interested in scheduling a campus tour, please email us at mchms@mchms.org.

Around Campus

Morrow Administration

Morrow is our main building and houses all of our administrative offices.

Gym

We have a full-size gym with a hardwood basketball court, bathrooms, locker rooms and a pool.

Chapel

Our traditional style church has seating for 200 and features a sound system and piano.

Cafeteria

Our cafeteria can seat 150 people and is used for meetings and activities, as well as campus-wide dining. We have a small stage and a full-service industrial kitchen with convection stove griddle, convection oven with warmers.

Owens Home

Our Owens Home houses up to 10 boys. There are two boys to each bedroom, which has an attached bathroom. Owens has wide hallways, a recently renovated kitchen and a large living/dining area.

Rowell Home

Our Rowell Home houses up to 10 boys. There are two boys to each bedroom, which has an attached bathroom. Rowell has wide hallways, a recently renovated kitchen and a large living/dining area.

McCarty Home

Our McCarty Home can house up to 10 girls at any given time. This is a traditional ranch style home with five bedrooms, staff office, kitchen and a living/dining room. Each girl shares her bedroom with one other girl.

Waits Home

Our Waits Home can house up to 10 girls and has a traditional ranch-style exterior. This home is our latest completed renovation. The house has wide hallways, a kitchen and large living/dining room. Each bedroom has its own bathroom, and two girls share a room.

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Stories

Keshuna “I refuse to be another number”

Keshuna “I refuse to be another number”

“I refused to be another number for DHS,” Keshuna, 18, said about the percentage of foster care youth who do not graduate from high school. “I wanted to beat them, and beat the system.” So, on graduation night at Calloway High School, when she heard the principal announce, “Keshuna,” she knew that she had indeed won.

Read Keshuna “I refuse to be another number”'s story


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