Concho Valley Home for Girls
Most children who come to the Shelter have been removed from their birth homes by Children’s Protective Services, or have been in a family or foster care placement that didn’t work out.
Short term residential care is needed for other situations, too. Parents can be prevented from caring for their children by an unexpected medical crisis or other emergency. Sometimes an unsupervised child is found by police officers and no responsible adult can be located. For over 20 years, the Shelter has been a refuge for these children.
Facilities Include: Emergency Shelter, Home For Girls, and Transition Center