Featuring alumni profiles, financial stats, and beautiful pictures, BCC's full-color annual reports are a perfect handout to groups getting to know BCC or to those who would like to read an update about our programs. Need something quickly for a meeting or a handout?
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o Individually wrapped breakfast bars
o Snack bags of Doritos, chips, pretzels, Fritos etc.
o Individual fruit cup snacks, especially peaches!!
All children deserve to live in safe, nurturing homes where they can feel valued and loved. With the help of our expert staff, Mentors provide individualized treatment and support to help youth with complex challenges lead healthy, stable lives in the communities they call home.
Treatment Foster Care
Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
Child & Family Behavioral Support
Early Learning Program
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From left to right: Charles Hampton, Jacob Green, Jason Wright, Laurie Anne Spagnola, Don Dellinger, Jackie Columbia FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kristian Sekse 443-845-4395 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LAUNCHES ALTERNATIVE LEARNING PROGRAM IN MARTINSBURG Martinsburg, WV – March 16, 2017 – The Board of Child Care (BCC) has launched a brand-new educational program […]Read More
A by the numbers look at Christmas 2016. Thank you so much to everyone who made this possible! Click the images to see a full size / zoom in or download the printable PDF here.Read More
December 2016 Dear Friends, I am writing to share the story of young boy named Ricky that lived at the Board of Child Care (BCC). I am delighted to share that today, Ricky is off of all social welfare programs, graduated from high school, and is successfully living with his family. […]Read More