Board of Child Care provides more than just a safe place for children to live and thrive. Our Residential Program and Community-Based Group Homes provide engaging experiences for youth within a safe, structured setting.
Our incredibly diverse multi-disciplinary team comprises medical, clinical, recreational, spiritual, and program staff. Together, they design and implement a comprehensive, customized treatment plan for each child in our care.
Youth served by BCC’s residential program supports their ultimate plan for discharge. We know that our team can never replace a family, and we work very hard to structure programming to support whatever the appropriate next step is for that youth.
Our residential program spans Maryland and West Virginia. Maryland services include residential campuses in Baltimore and Denton (on Maryland’s Eastern Shore) as well as four community-based group homes scattered throughout the state. West Virginia services are all provided in Martinsburg, where we have a residential campus and a group home.
No matter how a child came to be in our care, our goal is to create an environment where they can grow to be successful members of their families and communities. We know that our team can never replace a family, and we work very hard to structure programming to support whatever the appropriate next step is for that youth.
Board of Child Care’s programs is open to any individual or family regardless of their religious beliefs. Read more about Spiritual Life programming and BCC’s affiliation with the United Methodist Church.