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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

A Life-Changing Call

Nov 30, 2017

When Maryann Shackelford answered a phone call from her cousin, she had no idea that her life - and her family - were about to change forever. Maryann’s cousin said a little girl had been dropped off... Read More


You Shop. Amazon Gives.

Nov 22, 2017

When it comes to online shopping for Christmas, Amazon has cornered the market. That's why we became part of their Amazon Smile program. Amazon Smile was created so that online shoppers like you wou... Read More


An Unexpected Family

Nov 21, 2017

Grady Gay was four months old when he met his mom and dad. Foster parents Chris and Danielle Gay had not planned to adopt. “It’s hard to explain how we knew he was the one even though we didn’t k... Read More


Healing Body and Soul

Nov 15, 2017

Jackie had been a good student and outgoing. By 5th grade, though, raising her hand at school was not an option anymore. She feared someone would see the bruises. In the 6th grade, her grades declin... Read More


Becoming A Forever Family

Nov 13, 2017

When Alfredo and Monica were unable to have children, they weren’t sure what was next. Monica’s mother suggested they learn about adoption. “I was scared at first,” says Monica. The couple didn’t p... Read More


Treatment Center Establishes Boy Scout Troop

Nov 10, 2017

Children in residential treatment have been through the trauma of abuse, abandonment or neglect. Although they are treated by staff who are compassionate and patient, they long to feel “normal.” For t... Read More