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PCHAS Couple Named Texas Foster Parents of the Year

Sep 21, 2018

​It’s no surprise, once you get to know them, that Carol and Larry Green are foster parents. What is surprising is that the Wichita Falls couple have cared for 71 children in their home, and continue to care for children in need today. Though they have exceeded the age when most consider caring for children full-time (that Carol is 68 and Larry is 80), the Greens continue to feel called to make a difference and maintain their licensing to foster through PCHAS. Because of their dedication and unending love for the children that come into their home, the Greens have been named Foster Parents of the Year in Texas. Read More

PCHAS Serves Young Adults Aged Out of Foster Care in Waxahachie

Jun 19, 2018

PCHAS’ Waxahachie, TX campus has served the community in many ways since it opened in 1960. Over the years, we have adjusted our services to better help our clients according to their needs so that no child is left behind. Read More


Six Ways to Avoid Summer Learning Loss

Jun 13, 2018

When school lets out for summer, many students are happy to forget the classroom—literally. But if they don’t practice what they’ve learned, they can lose about two months of their grade-level skills in math and reading. Read More


Congratulations Class of 2018!

May 31, 2018

A number of students in our residential programs graduated from high school this spring. We couldn't be prouder! Read More


Never Too Late

May 10, 2018

Jeff and Angel Wages were the proud parents of two grown children, now 28 and 26, and they enjoyed their empty nest. They never imagined they could soon be parents to a toddler. Read More


PCHAS Programs Support Children in Foster Care

May 09, 2018

Seven of our twelve programs serve children who are in foster care. Read More


A Waiting Child: The Voitles

May 09, 2018

The Voitles first met their soon-to-be adopted daughter in a hospital. Six-week-old Samantha was hospitalized due to starvation and broken bones. Despite the neglect and abuse Samantha had suffered at the hands of her biological parents, she looked up and smiled at the Voitles when she met them. Read More