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Checking Out Children’s Literature

Sep 18, 2020

​With many schools and public libraries closed, access to free books is more important than ever. That's why the Navarro County Early Childhood Coalition is installing 14 book-sharing boxes called Little Free Libraries. Read More

Photos: San Antonio Back To School BBQ

Sep 20, 2020

What a wonderful day for our families! We are so appreciative of our volunteers, ambassadors and donors who made the San Antonio BBQ possible. Read More


Listen: Houston Foster Care and Adoption

Aug 15, 2018

​PCHAS Program Director for Foster Care and Adoption in Houston, Michelle Hoevker, and Senior Development Officer Allison Harris recently stopped by Eye on Houston to discuss how PCHAS is impacting the community. Read More


Group Homes' Triathlon Gives Kids a Reason to Run

Aug 15, 2018

Some call it a try-athlon. For boys and girls living on the Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services’ group home campus in Itasca, an annual triathlon provides a goal that is also therapeutic. Read More


PCHAS Partners with Communities to Give Thousands of Children Free School Supplies

Aug 08, 2018

Communities coming together to respond to a need is a powerful thing. Two PCHAS communities do just that each year to make sure every child has the supplies they need to go back to school. Read More


Columbia House: A Refuge for Teens

Aug 07, 2018

Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services in Columbia, Missouri has moved! Our new location provides both office and residential space on W. Forest Avenue. Columbia House, as it’s known, offers long-term housing for young women ready to work on personal and professional goals who are aging out of foster care. Read More


Listen: How PCHAS is Making a Difference in San Antonio

Jul 30, 2018

Child and Family Specialist Josh Smith and Senior Development Officer Allison Harris recently spoke with radio personality Chrissie ​Murnin about how PCHAS is helping children and families in San Antonio.​ "It's really about helping children form positive relationships," Smith told Murnin Read More