Palmer Home Campus Care
At Palmer Home, children live on campus in a Christ-centered family atmosphere, grounded in the Whole Child Initiative and designed for extensive support. Stable home environments allow children at Palmer Home to connect with trustworthy caregivers as they grow and develop.
What Makes Our Campus Care Different?
Palmer Home exists to help children overcome adversity and thrive. From powerful relationships to spiritual support and a sense of normalcy, Palmer Home works to give children the resources they need to find hope and healing.
Our services are driven by communicating the love of God to our children. Each child is encouraged to build their faith and grow into who God created them to be.
Upon admission, each child receives a Bible, bike, new clothing and a furnished room along with a campus tour, introductions and the necessary assessments to provide specialized care.
stable, loving campus environment
On Palmer Home’s Panther Creek campus, caregivers focus on the care of the whole child with the resources they need nearby while promoting normalcy as children experience a supportive home environment.
11 Families Reunited
In 2019, Palmer Home reunited 11 children with their families after a season of hope and healing on the Palmer Home campus.Refer A Child
Take a Look at Our Campus
Surrounded by natural beauty, the Palmer Home campus provides a restorative environment where kids can be kids as they learn, grow and play.
How You Can Help
We are grateful for the time, energy and resources you provide! Our greatest needs are respite care for our caregivers, mentorships, supply donations and financial support. Explore the details below.