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Children and Family Services

Primary Placement Program

Safety, Permanency and Well-being

The Need
Christ’s Home is committed to serving disadvantaged children facing the uncertainty of out-of-home placements in the foster care system. We are committed to maintaining and establishing the relationships each child has with their biological family during their time at Christ’s Home until reunification or another permanent option becomes available.

Christ’s Home staff continue their supportive role through post-placement service by maintaining relationships with the child and family through phone contact and visits as needed during the transitional period.

What We Do
Children in our programs have ample opportunities to engage and participate in community activities. Every child is enrolled in the local public school and given the opportunity to connect with community recreational and therapeutic services. Christ’s Home has established partnerships with churches, Big Brothers Big Sisters, the YMCA, and many other organizations to connect the family with a system for educational supports, emotional supports, and accountability to empower both the child and the family for success in the future.

Christ’s Home Children and Family Services has campuses in Warminster, Bucks County and Paradise, Lancaster County.

Each campus replicates a neighborhood consisting of children’s homes, offices, support staff housing, and open recreational space. Both campuses are conveniently located near public schools, parks, and public transportation. Each cottage provides adequate space for children’s private space, common family activities, and is equipped with a kitchen, dining room, family room, laundry room, and indoor play space maximizing family living. Bedrooms range from one to four child occupancy and are arranged with adjoining bathrooms or with bathrooms located nearby.

Christ’s Home is licensed by Title 55. Public Welfare Chapter 3800 Child Residential & Day Treatment Facilities. The Primary Program accepts admission of any child from birth through age sixteen who is classified as neglected or dependent under the Juvenile Act of Pennsylvania. When possible, sibling groups are kept together in the same house or on the same campus. A significant focus of our program is to support the reunification process by keeping sibling groups together in residence rather than seeing siblings placed in different foster homes throughout the county.

Apply to be a Primary House Parent, Direct House Parent, or Relief House Parent

Contact Us

Christ's Home Children and Family Services

800 York Road
Warminster, PA 18974-2006
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3182 Lincoln Hwy. East
Paradise, PA 17562-9602
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