West Campus

Tennessee Children’s Home Campus in Henderson, TN has been in operation for decades. Over the course of its existence, several services have been provided including counseling, foster care, adoption services, and respite care. There has always been a significant relationship between Tennessee Children’s Home and area churches. These relationships have made it possible to build and maintain our campus, having occupied it as Tennessee Children’s Home for about 25 years.

The West campus serves 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. New Heights School is the on campus fully certified State School.

Currently, our West campus can serve up to 24 youths (primarily at-risk teenage males). This campus has an intensive alcohol and drug program, education services, a clinical program, and spiritual growth opportunities. The goal of the program is to reunite youth with their families and empower the youth and their families to establish a healthier home environment. While changes have occurred over the years, the fundamental goal of Tennessee Children’s Home remains the same. Which is to improve the lives of those we influence through quality services in a Christian atmosphere.

Since January 2020, the West Campus has been involved in a renovation project. To date we have raised over $200,000 for the renovations. Due to COVID-19 and other factors, this project has been suspended and is due to start up again by the middle of 2021. The second part of this project (due to unexpected costs and additional needs) is seeking to secure an additional $200,000. If you would like to help financially please donate through the donate link on our home page or mail your check marked “West Tennessee Renovations” to PO Box 10, Spring Hill, TN, 37174

The West 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
  • Education
  • Counseling
  • Residential care
  • Foster Care
  • Spiritual Guidance
Contact Information
West TN Campus
Dr. Jeremy M. Northrop 731-989-7335 ext. 211