Our mission is to provide a home for children needing out-of-home placement. We desire to provide services and opportunities that will enhance the total well-being of every child mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. This is accomplished in a Christian environment where the principles and values upon which the Home was established are emphasized.
Throughout its decades of serving children, the Home has had to adjust and adapt its programs to ensure that we are effectively meeting the ever changing needs of the populations we serve. That has never been more evident than in this most recent decade. Some awesome things that we have accomplished include:
Transitional Living Program
Improving and enhancing our Transitional Living Program working with older teens in preparing them for independence.
Foster Care & Adoptions Program
Receiving our license to begin licensing foster homes under the umbrella of Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services.
Falcon Christian Academy
Opening Falcon Christian Academy, our own private school on campus directly focused on working with student within the foster care system.
Royal Home Ministries
Launching Royal Home Ministries, a maternity and mother’s and babies program designed to help save babies from abortion and to redirect the life of the mother.
Turbeville Children's Home
Venturing outside of North Carolina and opening a second children’s home in Turbeville, South Carolina.
We are also working on more sibling cottages to allow families to stay together. It is our goal to continue to look for and develop new initiatives that will allow us to reach and serve even more children than ever before.
It is our wish that every child could be raised in a family home setting, but for those who are not able to and are placed with us, we make every effort to provide an environment that will nurture and develop that child to be as successful as possible in life. Falcon Children's Home and Family Services is truly making a difference.
Our CEO Joseph T. Leggett
Mr. Joseph T. Leggett serves as the CEO and superintendent of Falcon Children’s Home & Family Services. He accepted this position in 2007 and over the past 13 years, Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services has continued to improve, strengthen and expand upon the services offered to children and young adults. In addition to the Residential Care of Falcon Children’s Home the following programs have been initiated and improved upon; Transitional Living, Mothers and Babies, on campus Health Care Services as well as On-Campus Counseling Services. An on campus private Christian school was established that serves the students on campus as well as students from the surrounding community. A Children’s Home also opened under the umbrella of Falcon Children’s Home in Turbeville South Carolina. Falcon Children’s Home also received certification to recruit, train and license foster homes across the state of North Carolina.
Prior to coming to Falcon Children’s Home Mr. Leggett served as the administrator of two Nursing Homes overseeing the general operation of the facilities as well as making sure the facilities maintained the required State and Federal Guidelines. He also was previously a Social Worker and Probation and Parole Officer.
Throughout the past 18 years, Mr. Leggett has served in various organizations within the community. He presently serves on the board of Benchmarks that is a child governing association of North Carolina, and he is a member of the NC Healthcare Facilities Association. He has previously served on the Emmanuel College Board of Trustees and the North Carolina Christian Education Ministries Board. In addition he has served in leadership positions within his church.
Mr. Leggett is married to his wife, Sharon Leggett, for over 20 years. They have three sons; Cameron, Trevor and Drew.
Director of Mothers and Babies/Maternity Program:
Office: 910-980-1065 ext. 145
Karelys Pereira accepted the position as Director of Royal Home Ministries for the Falcon Children's Home and Family Services in February 2019. She, along with her husband Israel Pereira, are ministers of the North Carolina Conference since August of 2016. She also currently serves as a Youth Pastor at Iglesia Northwood in Fayetteville, North Carolina, together with her husband of 13 years, Israel Pereira and their 11-year-old son Elijah.
Karelys has a passion to serve young people and to help meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the young ladies and their children that are a part of the Royal Home Family. Royal Home Ministries is a voice for the unborn child, hope for young women in need of a helping and loving hand and light in the midst of darkness. Our sole purpose is to protect and serve each life that walks through our doors- with the intent of creating a better future for them, breaking patterns of the past and restoring their self worth. Each one is valued by God and we also value them.
Karelys is excited for this opportunity to play an integral part of reaching young women and their families through our Maternity and Mothers and Babies programs. We focus on developing necessary skills, reaching educational/vocational goals, growing and maturing into responsible adults, and so much more. Royal Home has saved over 400 lives and will continue to do so for years to come. Karelys looks forward to seeing what God has in store for Royal Home Ministries in the United States and around the world.
Director of Social Services:
Office: 910-980-1065 ext. 123
Call or Visit
7569 N West St Falcon, NC 28342
Monday – Friday: 8:30AM – 5PM
Saturday — Sunday: Closed