Located in Madill, Oklahoma, Baptist Home for Girls is a child-focused campus, where up to eight girls are placed in a cottage-style home, under the supervision of a husband and wife serving as houseparents. The girls enjoy day-to-day life together, from meals, to activities, chores and homework. They attend Madill Public Schools and are encouraged to participate in a variety of school and church activities. The campus has an active and therapeutic animal program, with many involved in 4-H and FFA. These programs teach girls responsibility, patience and compassion. The campus has a gymnasium, swimming pool, activity buildings plus other amenities.
Everyone on campus attends a local Southern Baptist Church. Bible studies and daily devotions are taught within the cottage. Discipline, responsibility and accountability are communicated through the lens of Biblical principles.
A plan of care for the needs of each girl and her family will be implemented upon their arrival. Its purpose is to identify the negative family behavior patterns being exhibited and help each member learn new ways of relating to each other. OBHC’s goal is to provide a Christian home environment until they can be reunited with their family, graduate from high school or become capable, caring adults.