Texas Baptist Children's Home (TBCH) is a home to children who have either existing biological parents or a designated guardian. TBCH is not an orphanage, which means most children who call TBCH home are not eligible for adoption.
Children are placed at TBCH for a variety of reasons including conflict within the family, illness of a primary caregiver, or family substance abuse issues.
Children in care attend Round Rock schools and are free to participate in extracurricular activities such as band, athletics, choir and school-sponsored organizations.
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Residential Care for Children
Campus Life Admissions
TBCH wants to provide the most appropriate care possible for children in need of services. The determination of whether a child is a candidate for TBCH’s residential program, begins with a prescreening phone call with an Intake Coordinator.
If TBCH is unable to meet the placement needs of a child, a referral will be provided so he or she can get needed quality care. If the child appears to be a candidate for the Campus Life Program, TBCH will then send an admissions application either by mail, fax or e-mail.
Once the application is returned, it will be reviewed by TBCH staff and, if appropriate, a consideration visit is scheduled. This is a time for the prospective child to stay in the cottage to see if this setting seems appropriate and comfortable for them.
For more information, contact Intake Coordinator Lilye Waters at (512) 246-4251 or by e-mail.
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