Success Stories

Success Stories

The Bloom Closet Express Visits The Methodist Home


Bloom Our Youth's Mobile Closet hosted a pop-up boutique at The Methodist Home's Macon campus for their girls to shop for clothing, school supplies, games, and more.


Twin Cedars Foster Parent Featured on Macon News


In addition to being a pastor, Louise Dennis Little is also a foster mother for special needs children. Over the years she's fostered 12 children.


Wellspring Living Partners with Chastain Horse Park


Therapeutic horse lessons help survivors of sex trafficking and exploitation take the reins. Since 2019, Wellspring Living's Women’s Residential Program has partnered with fellow nonprofit Chastain Horse Park to offer therapeutic horseback riding lessons, called Equine Therapy.


Goshen Homes Celebrates 10 Reunifications


"The Goal" for children in foster care is successful reunification with their family of origin. Together Georgia Member Goshen Homes recently reunified 10 children with 4 families of origin.

Not only were all of these sibling groups placed together during their time in care (another key component of Goshen Homes' mission), they are leaving foster care returning to healthy families!


Georgia HOPE Provides Summer Fun Through Therapeutic Play with Camp HOPE


Each summer Georgia HOPE hosts summer camps in Northwest Georgia called Camp HOPE. Camp HOPE is a week long camp filled with therapeutic activities for elementary and middle-school age children. The Camp HOPE 2021 theme was "Heroes for HOPE" and the children enjoyed channeling their inner super heroes all week!


Murphy-Harpst Residents Attend Girls’ Empowerment Camp


This summer, girls at Murphy-Harpst Children's Centers had the unique and incredible opportunity to learn about branding and empowerment from Rachael Bozsik, a highly respected business coach, professional, and entrepreneur. The week-long camp included guest speakers like Michaela Mucha, a graphic designer for Disney, and Faith Jones, author and Netflix star who Zoomed in to talk about topics like self-care, goal setting, effective communication, and support for each other. The participants concluded the week by opening a pop-up store on campus to sell jewelry they had made.


CHRIS 180 Graduate Takes Another Step Forward


CHRIS 180 recently celebrated the graduation of one of their youth, Levi! This determined young man graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Masters in Social Work and a minor in Criminal Justice from the Andrew Young School of Public Policy at Georgia State....


Devereux Celebrates Joann and Bobby Jackson's 20 Years of Fostering


Joann and Bobby Jackson, Woodstock residents, have been foster parents with Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health of Georgia (Devereux) since April 17, 2001, and have fostered over 40 youth in their home. The Jackson’s have fostered some of Devereux’s most challenging and at-risk youth with many children remaining in their home for as long as nine years or until aging out of the system.


Twin Cedars Celebrates The Crawfords


Twin Cedars foster parents Nate and Allie Crawford spent several years fostering children, but always wanted a baby. Eight months after the birth of their biological daughter, they got the call about an infant boy who needed a home. When they said yes, their lives changed forever....


Advocates for Children


The Flowering Branch Children’s Shelter has been fortunate to experience a few success stories within the past year. A sibling group of two that had been at the shelter for over a year, survived traumas at a young age with their biological family, and re-entered care after a failed adoption were finally united with their forever family. They were ...