• Welcome to Black Mountain Home

    Begun by Presbyterian minister Robert Perry Smith in 1904 as Mountain Orphanage, the Home began its ministry taking in Appalachian children whose parents had died or disappeared. Today, the ministry serves youth from birth through college graduation through family foster care, residential care, transitional living, and independent living.

Love & Trust

By Constance Bostaph, Rainbow House Mom At Church this past Sunday the pastor shared a paragraph of verses that pretty ...
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Second Century of Hope Campaign Update

If you've visited the Home in recent months, you've likely noticed work underway on the corner of Lake Eden Road ...
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Help us Win a $25,000 Grant!

The children's home is in the running for a $25,000 grant from State Farm for our new Apprenticeship Program! We ...
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Community Partner Meeting

Black Mountain Home held it’s first Community Partner meeting for businesses interested in partnering with our new Apprenticeship Program on ...
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Please Plant Pumpkins!

ATTENTION GARDENERS - We'd love to have a Pumpkin Patch at our Fall Festival on Oct. 14. As you put ...
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Second Century of Hope Receives $500,000 Gift

In December 2008 the Home began serving older youth who want to continue their education beyond high school with the ...
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Minibike Program Earns Perfect Score

Each year, the National Youth Project Using Minibikes (NYPUM) is certified by an Annual Quality Assurance Evaluation. This year the ...
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NEW Foster Care Blog

Check out our new foster care blog at www.bmhfostercare.com. Our goal is to provide information about what it means to ...
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Campus Set to Expand

In May, Black Mountain Home signed a long-term lease with the State of North Carolina to begin using the former ...
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