• THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR KIDS!

A TRUE CONTINUUM OF CARE

When children are in need of out-of-home placement, BMH can meet those needs through all the stages and phases of their growing up years. From infants born prematurely or with addictions to young adults working toward an educational or career goal, the ministry provides a safe, supportive home for youth of all ages and stages.

Programs include:

  • Community-based foster care (foster families needed).
  • Campus-based cottage care on our campuses in Black Mountain and Pisgah Forest, NC.
  • Independent Living Program for older youth continuing their education beyond high school or working toward a career goal through our Apprenticeship Program.
  • Lifelong Living for those with developmental disabilities who will need support as they move into adulthood.
From newborns to college age.

Upcoming Events

Whitewater Cove Open House – Transylvania Campus
Jun
02

Tour our children’s home, Whitewater Cove, in Transylvania County. Enjoy some yummy ice cream and


2:00 pm
Whitewater Cove
Foster Family Info Session
Jun
06

Are you interested in learning more about foster care?Fostering a child is a big decision;


6:30 pm

Foster Family Info Session
Aug
08

Are you interested in learning more about foster care? Are you interested in learning more


6:30 pm

Fall Festival
Oct
12

  This is a fun day for adults and kids of all ages when we


10:00 am
Black Mountain Home for Children
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Latest News

Please Plant Pumpkins!
April 29, 2024 Posted by: Sarah Thomas Posted in: News, Uncategorized

ATTENTION  – We’d love to have a Pumpkin Patch at our annual Fall Festival in October. As you put in

United Health Care Grant Received
November 20, 2023 Posted by: Loretta Shelton Posted in: Uncategorized

$50,000 Grant Awarded to Black Mountain Home for Independent Living Program United Healthcare has recognized Black Mountain Home as one

Helping Kids on Giving Tuesday
November 1, 2023 Posted by: Loretta Shelton Posted in: Uncategorized

Thank you for giving HOPE, LOVE, and SECURITY to more than 170 children, from newborns to college-age, who have experienced

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