I am happy to announce the official merger of The Children’s Home in Winston-Salem, NC and The Crossnore School in Crossnore, NC. Our two historic organizations have come together to form Crossnore School & Children’s Home. We are excited about the future as we continue our work of serving children as one organization with two beautiful campuses. This merger allows us to offer a greater continuum of services to western North Carolina children and families on both our campuses as well as in the communities we serve.
Programs and Campuses Moving Forward
Already we are seeing the benefits in our programs and on our campuses. Our residential foster care program is currently home to more than 110 children across both campuses. As new cottages are renovated and licensed, we expect that number to increase to 150 by next summer.
Our community-based services are serving another 150 children in single-family foster homes, outpatient therapies, and educational services.
Buildings on the Winston-Salem campus are being renovated to provide homes for children and offices for staff. All of our staff continues their training in our Sanctuary Model of Care®. And, our campus businesses are thriving as they provide vital services to our communities, as well as supporting the mission of Crossnore School & Children’s Home.
Connect with Us
Our new website is now accessible at www.crossnore.org. We hope you’ll look around to learn more about our organization and how you can get involved. We also invite you to join our social media communities on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
To be added to our mailing list to receive Miracles magazine, HOPE annual report, and other periodic mailings, click HERE to send us a message. To subscribe to our e-newsletter list and receive a monthly update on our children and our work, click HERE and complete the form.
If you are in the area of either of our campuses, please come for a visit. We’d love to give you a tour.
Thank you for your interest and your support,
Brett A. Loftis, JD
Chief Executive Officer