TCHLOGOSince 1909, over twenty thousand children have been cared for at the Tennessee Children’s Home.

As with many of the old orphanages, the Home was designed as an institutional facility with central dining, central laundry, dormitory living and a small farming operation. The approach to child care was to provide the basic physical needs of children and to offer Christian instruction.

The Spring Hill 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 Treatment
  • Education
  • Counseling
  • Residential care
  • Spiritual Guidance
  • Adoption

The Tennessee Children’s Home is committed to serving abused, neglected, abandoned, wayward, or orphaned children and youth, as well as their families, in a Christian manner. Utilizing all available resources, we will provide for the physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and educational needs of the children and youth we serve in a safe and secure environment.

Their Vision is to equip youth with biblical values, guided by Christ-like compassion, empowered by faith, and committed to excellence, Tennessee Children’s Home has a steadfast determination to improve the quality of the lives we influence.

Tennessee Children’s Home
P.O. Box 10 Spring Hill, TN 37174
Phone: 931.486.2274
Website: http://www.tennesseechildrenshome.org