Success Stories

Connecting for Hope

Sep 05, 2018

“Mom, I really feel like our family is changing.” Thirteen-year-old Natalie stated this on day three of our Connect for Hope Camp. Read More


Hope for the Future

Jul 23, 2018

Madeleine, a fifteen-year-old with curly brown hair and a quiet disposition, has lived in several residential programs. She struggled with self-harm and emotional outbursts. The future seemed bleak. Then, she arrived at PCHAS’ Residential Treatment Center in Farmington, Missouri. 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


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


Two Families, Two Hundred Lives Changed

May 07, 2018

Fostering is a hard job. We ask families to love and care for children as if they were their own, and when they do it takes everything they have. So, when a family goes above and beyond the normal expectations, and excels at what they do, we get excited. Read More