Methodist Children's Home

Location
Category
Registered Name
Methodist Childrens Home
Tax ID
74-1109750

Overview

Methodist Children's Home (MCH) is a child care ministry affiliated with the six United Methodist Annual Conferences of Texas and New Mexico. Founded in 1890, MCH began as an orphanage and has developed into a comprehensive program of care. MCH serves annually more than 6,000 children, youth and families through residential care, a Boys Ranch, foster care, in-home services to strengthen the family and a transition living program. MCH offers hope to children, youth and families through a nurturing, Christian community.

Financials

$28m
Annual Budget
June 2019
3% Loss
Program Spending
78%
Fundraising Spending
7%
Management Spending
15%

Programs

Residential Services

$18m

Youth (generally) ages 12-18 are provided with services that enable them to build positive relationships with caring staff members who are committed to helping the youth grow physically, emotionally, spiritually and intellectually. Recreation and sportsprograms enable youth to participate in group activities. Located in northwest waco, texas, the historic 130-acre campus features georgian-style homes and a charter school. The boys ranch provides care for youth on a 500-acre rural ranch setting northeast of waco. Residents participate in future farmers of america (ffa) activities as well as other programs to develop discipline, a strong work ethic and self-confidence.

Family Outreach Programs

$3.4m

Families in need are offered support through outreach offices in texas and new mexico. In-home services are provided to strengthen families through case management and community partnerships. In certain circumstances, foster care is also provided in texas for children from birth through 17 years of age until the parents are able to resume parenting.

Transition Services

$1.2m

Young adults ages 18-25 are assisted with preparation for college, vocational school, or employment in order to make a successful transition into independent living. Staff work with youth during their junior and senior years of high school to prepare for this program. Scholarships of more than $400,000 are awarded annually to mch graduates and alumni to pursue education at four-year colleges, community colleges, and trade schools.

Leadership

Mark W. Dozier VP Programs
Judith Broadway VP Human Resources
Lon D. Oakley VP Development
Julie Mitchell VP Finance
Bryan Mize VP Quality Improvement
Dr Shera J. Atkinson Director
Mrs Amy Barley Director
Ms Barbara Bauernfeind Director
Mr William H. Bingham Director
Bishop W. Earl Bledsoe Director
Dr Jeffrey W. Clark Director
Mr Hank Coleman Director
Dr Elsa Soto Leggett Director
Ms Candy Mallonee Director
Rev Marie Mitchell Director
Rev Thomas Nagle Director
Mr Mario Olivarez Director
Rev Steve Ramsdell Director
Mr Mark Ward Director
Mr Tom Wilkinson Director
Dr Clifton O. Howard Director
Dr Le'ann Solmonson Director
Mr Dan Moore Director
Dr Dennis Gill Director
Mr Les Leskoven Director
Tim Brown President
Elise Pinney Psychologist
Charlsie Whitney Manager
Source: IRS 990