Tennessee Children’s Home was founded in 1909 in Maury County Tennessee as Tennessee Orphans Home. Spring Hill is currently home to our largest campus and also houses our statewide operations for administration, accounting, and development.
The Spring Hill campus serves 32 at-risk males age 13 to 18 in a residential setting where they receive behavioral modification treatment using the Equip Program model. The Equip program is designed to teach youth to think and act responsibly through a peer help approach. The Spring Hill campus is also home to The Cornerstone School, our fully certified state school which helps meet the educational needs of those we serve.
In December of 2019, the property on Main Street was sold and thus began a transition into a new campus which anticipates completion by the end of 2021. If you would like to help financially please donate through the donate link on our home page or mail your check marked “Spring Hill Capital Campaign” to PO Box 10, Spring Hill, TN, 37174
The Spring Hill campus offers treatment for displaced families and residential care for boys 13-18 years of age. Children placed in residential care live in a group environment with a house parents/residential counselors. Services include:
- Alcohol and Drug Component
- Residential care
- Foster Care
- Spiritual Guidance
Spring Hill Campus
Mike Yuhas 931-486-2274 ext. 229