Tennessee Children's Home

Tennessee Children’s Home has four campuses, all of them providing safe harbor, treatment and a Christian environment for displaced families and youth.

Our Mission

Tennessee Children’s Home is committed to improving the lives of those we influence through quality services in a Christian atmosphere.

Our Vision

Those served by Tennessee Children’s Home will learn to live healthy physical, mental, social, and Christian lives.

Upcoming Events

May 10th 2024 7am
20th Annual John Chavis Golf Classic

Join us at Avalon Country Club for a day of Fun, Food, & Golf with “The Chief” and support his favorite charity, Tennessee Children’s Home!

Aug 24th 2024 7:00 AM
Pathways 5k for Tennessee Children's Home

Come out and Run, Walk, or Race for a Great Cause! Your support will help children who have been neglected, abused, and/or at-risk in East Tennessee. Our Certified Course utilizes the best part of the Ten Mile Creek Greenway from the West End Church of Christ to the loop at Walker Springs Park and back.

Jun 3rd 2024 1pm
Singin' & Swingin' for Tennessee Children's Home

Join award winning songwriters Mark Alan Springer, Mark Nessler and much more for a round of golf and a fun time raising money for Tennessee Children’s Home.

Our Services

Residential Care
As the flagship program at Tennessee Children’s Home, our residential care encompasses almost all of the services we provide. We provide for physical, social, emotional, spiritual and educational needs of the children and youth in a safe and secure environment.
Unlike most similar organizations, Tennessee Children’s Home offers on-site instruction by certified teachers for our residential placements through the Cornerstone and New Heights Schools.
Alcohol & Drug Treatment
Tennessee Children’s Home serves youth and adolescents at Level I and at Level II through our substance abuse program. Level 1 is structured group living in the community for children and adolescents with relatively few emotional or behavioral problems
Professional counseling is a service that’s attendant to almost every service we provide. The changing face of the culture has created “latch-key” kids, and the incidence of neglect and abuse continues to rise across the country, as well as in Tennessee.
In-Home Care
As part of Tennessee Children’s Home’s commitment to the children and families we serve, TCH provides in-home services to children who have completed our residential care program. Providing emotional support for children returning home and their families is part our commitment to ensure successful results.
Spiritual Guidance
There are three roads a person can take; Wrong Way, Merge or One Way. Many young people in our care have taken the wrong way. Some have tried merging some good and bad choices. Tennessee Children’s Home helps get young people on the right path, the right road, the one way.