Oklahoma Baptist Homes of Children (OBHC) serves more than 200 at-risk children and families on our four campus locations across the state. OBHC provides not only for their physical needs, but also their emotional, educational and spiritual needs. Each campus provides unique opportunities, programs and services.
Located in southern Oklahoma City, Baptist Children's Home highlights our Children's Hope program, which helps single adult moms with children. The goal is to help these families become productive and more self-sufficient by providing a safe, stable and nurturing place to live, while equipping, assisting and teaching important skills that assist both the mother and the children.
Located in Edmond, Boys Ranch Town serves boys between the ages of 7 and 15. This campus is a full working ranch where boys have the opportunity to learn horseback riding and caring for livestock, among a variety of recreational and educational programs. Children live in a safe, family-style environment with other children and married, Christian houseparents.
Baptist Children's Home, Owasso serves boys and girls between the ages 6 and 17. Children attend Owasso Public Schools and are encouraged to participate in a variety of school, church and campus programs. Day-to-day life includes meals, activities, chores and homework, while living in a safe, family-style environment under the supervision of married, Christian houseparents.
Located in Madill, Baptist Home for Girls serves girls between the ages of 6 and 18. At the BHG Animal Learning Center, girls can care for animals and participate in FFA. The small-town atmostphere allows girls to feel comfortable participating in sports and school activities. Girls live in a safe, family-style environment with other children and married, Christian houseparents.