What We Do
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Our residential campus for children provides for each child’s physical, educational, emotional, and spiritual needs. Children are placed with a caregiver couple in one of our six on-campus homes. Palmer Home provides a Christ-centered family atmosphere where children feel safe, connected to trustworthy adults, and supported as they grow and develop in our care.
We believe that every child deserves permanence. Our foster care program allows children the opportunity to experience the lifelong support and connection of a nuclear family. Our program provides private care for children through Palmer Home certified families.
Our Jonah’s Journey ministry provides nurturing care for the infants of incarcerated mothers; while also providing support and encouragement to mothers during incarceration and long after release. Because reunification is the ultimate goal, our certified foster families work to cultivate the bond between mother and child and maintain a supportive relationship with the mother of the child in their care.
When children are between the ages of 18-24, we provide continued guidance and coaching through Transitional Care. Through this program, youth are provided individualized case management services to best prepare them for independence through career and vocational development, as well as other life-skills they need to succeed as young adults.