OBHC’s Animal Programs are Deeper Than the Surface

Teenage girl kissing a cow

Many children who come to live at Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children (OBHC) struggle with trauma that affects their mental health, confidence, aggression, disassociation and more. One of the ways OBHC addresses these issues is through the implementation of animal programs on each campus. These programs play a significant role in the care for children.

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Running for a Cause

Baptist Children’s Home, Owasso hosted its annual Hope n’ Homes Impact Run on Saturday, September 12. In perfect near-fall weather, 93 people participated in the 5K and Fun Run.

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Campus Work Program Produces Lifelong Benefits

The implementation of the student work program on the Boys Ranch Town campus has proven to be one of the best educational tools on campus. Not only does this program teach boys the value of hard work, teamwork and dedication, they learn skills to carry with them for life. Many boys have been personally impacted by the work program.

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Meet OBHC’s 2020 Graduates

Celebrating OBHC's Class of 2020

We are so excited to honor the accomplishments of graduating residents at OBHC! Let’s celebrate the successes of each of those who have worked so hard to overcome obstacles and find success in school. Meet the 2020 graduates and pray for them as they look ahead to what their futures hold.

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