Presentation on theme: "Christmas Offering 2012. Who We Are The Board of Child Care is a nonprofit human services organization serving children and families in Maryland, West."— Presentation transcript:
Christmas Offering 2012
Who We Are The Board of Child Care is a nonprofit human services organization serving children and families in Maryland, West Virginia and the District of Columbia as an outreach ministry of the United Methodist Church.
Our Vision To be a community of hope: providing an opportunity to heal, and a safe and caring environment for children, youth and families.
Core Values SERVICE Skilled staff deliver multi-tiered services to meet the needs of children affected by poverty, abuse, neglect and developmental difficulties. FAITH BCCs strong historical ties and legacy for spiritual expression are reflected in the work of the staff, Board of Directors and volunteers. LEADERSHIP BCC is blessed with talented leaders and staff who create a rich environment to provide the best care for children and families. EXCELLENCE BCC meets the highest standards of service delivery to children and families through accreditation from the Educational Assessment Guidelines Leading toward Excellence (EAGLE).
Commitment to Faith BCC has remained faithful to its Methodist roots, serving the Baltimore- Washington and Peninsula- Delaware Conferences. Across the agency, children participate in spiritual life activities to enrich personal growth and provide comfort.
Our Residential Care Program The Board of Child Cares largest program is residential care for children and youth referred by state agencies. The program focuses on treatment and engaging experiences for youth within a structured campus setting.
The Board of Child Care offers the following array of community-based programs to meet the varying needs of children and families. Foster Care Strawbridge School (special education program) Day Care & Early Education Outpatient Mental Health Clinic Adoption Information and Referral Our Community-Based Services
Location: Baltimore Campus SERVICES: Residential Care, Treatment Foster Care, Adoption Services, Strawbridge School
Location: West Virginia Campus SERVICES: Residential Care
Location: District of Columbia SERVICES: DC Early Childhood Education Center, DC Foster Care program
Location: Pasadena, Md. SERVICES: Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
Location: Southern Maryland Alternatives for Youth and Families Program SERVICES: Therapeutic Group Homes Independent Living Program Treatment Foster Care
Location: Eastern Shore Campus SERVICES: Residential Care
Community-Based Group Homes in Maryland LOCATIONS: Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Montgomery, Washington, Charles and Calvert counties
Our Volunteers: The Auxiliary Since 1953, the Auxiliary has served as an independent volunteer organization for BCC. More than 3,000 Auxiliary members act as extended family members for BCCs children, providing love and support at the holidays, on birthdays and during summer breaks. Thank you Auxiliary!
Our Awards & Recognition BCC Auxiliary, 2010 Volunteer Group of the Year, United Methodist Association Thomas Curio, 2009 Administrator of the Year for Children, Youth and Family Services, United Methodist Association 2008 Best Practice Award, United Methodist Association 2008 Child Welfare Leadership Award, Thomas Curcio, Alliance for Children and Families 1999 Organization of the Year, United Methodist Association
Christmas & Red Stocking Offering Every gift from you, no matter how large or small, directly benefits the children served by the Board of Child Care and ultimately the well-being of the community. And all who heard it were amazed … Luke 2:18 (NIV)