Welcome to Methodist Children's Home Society

Methodist Children’s Home Society helps hundreds of children each year by providing safe havens, creating forever families and raising responsible young men.

We fulfill a vital and challenging purpose within the state of Michigan by providing a broad range of services to children and families in crisis. Our clinical therapists provide treatment for our most vulnerable youth with the hope that one day they will be free from the pain and confusion caused by abuse and neglect. This care sparks hope and promise for a better future- for children and families, and ultimately the entire community.

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Upcoming Events:

Fall is right around the corner and so is our Trunk or Treat event! We are looking for volunteers to participate with a decorated trunk on Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 2-5pm. Volunteers are also needed during the event. Please contact the development department at 313-531-9462 or e-mail to if you are interested.

Are you interested in purchasing the gifts on a child's wish list this holiday season? The 2014 Holiday Wish list is now available for the foster and residential children served by MCHS. Click to view the wish lists and donation information!

Spotlight Child of the Month: Meet Cameron!

Cameron, age 11, is an inquisitive, optimistic, 5th grader who describes himself as likable and fun. Cameron is a strong communicator and constantly expresses his thoughts and feelings. He is pleasant and respectable most of the time. He greatly enjoys helping.

Cameron struggles with developing friendships and can be aggressive and argumentative during times of frustration. Cameron is currently receiving support services to help him develop coping skills and positive peer relationships, and will need a patient family who is dedicated to maintaining his progress by continuing services and seeking out additional services if needed.

Cameron has experienced a great deal of loss and transitions in the past, so he will need adoptive parents who are patient, understanding and supportive of Cameron's guardedness towards adoption. Cameron would benefit from a two-parent or a single female adoptive placement. For more information call 313-531-3372


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At MCHS, we dream of a day when children will be free from the pain and confusion caused by abuse and neglect

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