Therapeutic Residential Care | Methodist Children's Homes of Mississippi

Therapeutic Residential Care

Therapeutic Residential Care

For over a century, Methodist Children’s Homes has cared for Mississippi’s most vulnerable children. During this time we have worked to restore and provide for thousands of children who have suffered severe trauma.

Approach to Care

By offering safe, structured and supportive home environments, life skills training and therapeutic services, we promote healing and help children find permanent stability — emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually. Our trauma-informed cognitive behavioral model of care guides practice in all of our homes and emphasizes a holistic approach to ministry.

Who We Serve

  • Children and young adults ages 10-21
  • Those from neglected backgrounds
  • Physically, emotionally or sexually abused children
  • Defiant, verbally and/or physically aggressive youth

Services Provided

Our Therapeutic Residential Care program serves abused and neglected children from ages 10 to 21. These homes offer a safe, secure place for children not only to escape unfortunate circumstances, but also to heal from the past, thrive and prepare for the future.

  • Spiritual guidance
  • Therapy
  • Psychiatric needs
  • Preparation for independent living
  • Tutoring
  • Recreation and life skills opportunities
  • Specialized services

Therapeutic Residential Care Program

Children in Therapeutic Residential Care are given academic support, preparation for living independently, therapeutic and psychiatric support, spiritual guidance, life skills training and recreational opportunities.

This program is specifically designed for young men and women ages 17 to 21. Its goal is to ease the transition from high school to college or to the workforce by providing instruction in budgeting, household management and job skills so that they can live independently as responsible adults.

MCH’s Two of Us program provides care for young women, ages 10 to 19, who are either pregnant or parenting. Like many of our children, these women come to us through the Department of Human Services because they were no longer safe in their homes.

Independent Residential Living Program

This program helps transition our kids from high school to college or the work force. Our independent living program is designed for females between the ages of 16 to 21. Our goal is to provide training, such as budgeting, household management, and job skills that will enable our young people to live independently once they have reached adulthood.

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Javaris “Mind over Matter”

Javaris “Mind over Matter”

When Javaris, a native of Chicago, IL, promised his grandmother that he would graduate from high school, he had every intentions of doing just that. So, in May when his name was called to come and receive his diploma, he knew that she was smiling down from heaven.

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