Welcome to Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home
“Leading the way in Indiana with The Teaching Family Model”
Hope Has A Home
Our mission is to enrich the quality of life for children and families through Christian values. Our vision is to be a place where youth are safe and cared for; where youth are given the opportunity to become healthy and self-sufficient adults; where families are reunited; and where every person is treated with love and respect.
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Requests for admission may be made by telephone, letter or e-mail. Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home accepts referrals from the Indiana Department of Child Services, Juvenile Probation, private placements and other sources.
Support The Home
Donations and volunteering go a long way to help us achieve and continue our mission. There are several ways to donate and support our cause.
Learn More About The Home
Our “Home News” publication is packed with the latest information about our school, kids and other happenings with the Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home.
Help Transform A Young Life today
The compassionate support of our donors and volunteers help a child to realize his or her dreams. Just one small gift from you might be the GREATEST INVESTEMENT you will ever make.
The Home offers an on-grounds school accredited by the Indiana State Department of Education. Students may attend this school full-time, the Lebanon Public Schools full-time or some may divide their time between the two. Tutoring is available to each student. Credits earned at the on-grounds school transfer to any public school in the state of Indiana.
Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home, Inc. was organized in 1915 by Miss Angie Godwin, a Methodist Deaconess . With great zeal and ability, she operated a home for orphans in Greencastle, Indiana.
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