Falcon Children's Home is a child care facility. We have no other purpose or business. The care of children is our foremost concern and the centerpiece of all that we do. We seek to provide services and opportunities that will enhance the well being of every child - mentally, emotionally, and spiritual
What we provide.
13 Different Cottages.
We have 13 cottages on our campus that can hold up to 12 residents and trauma informed houseparents on each hall.
Our residential program offers many opportunities for each student to participate in recreational activities. A recreation director is on staff to provide a well-rounded program. The campus has a gym with a full basketball court, an activity building, an on-campus weight room, a swimming pool and a game room. We also offer a summer program to the residents during summer months. This program incorporates recreational, spiritual, and social events which are planned daily and also includes field trips and community outreach programs.
Care from birth to 21.
The residential program at Falcon Children’s Home is designed and licensed to care for children from birth to 21 years old in a safe and nurturing environment to develop and heal.
Falcon Children's Home and Family Services ensures that all the health needs of each student is met. Regular physical, dental and vision exams are coordinated and follow up treatment is met. The campus has a registered nurse on staff as well as a medical provider which ensures all medical issues are met in a timely manner. A fully functional on-campus cafeteria with a certified food services staff that provides nutritious and balanced meals for each student.
Social Services Department.
The social services department at Falcon Children's Home and Family Services is located on campus. Residents are assigned highly trained case managers. Case managers work closely with the legal guardians and houseparents to carry out case planning which will ensure safety and development for each child
Behavioral Health Services.
Counseling services are also provided on campus or with community providers to ensure every student has access to therapy services as needed.