Words like these let us know

we are making a difference in their lives

Impacting lives for future generations

The children who have lived in our facility know that we genuinely care about them. While some may resist our methods at first, over time they begin to understand that through love, structure, education and discipline, our guidance will help them become productive members of society and have the best quality of life possible. We create the sincerest form of community among the children in our care.  This feeling of family has lead many of them to keep in contact with staff members well after they have left the program. Our staff has been invited to attend numerous events such as high school graduations, college graduations, christenings, holiday parties, birthday parties and many other types of celebrations. A former resident has even asked one of our Director’s, Tyrone Walker to give her away at her wedding in California.

 

What has Miracles Outreach done for me? It has given me a family setting and taught me some values in life. I know it may not seem like a lot, but for a kid who is in foster care and has been left behind, it is like winning the lottery … Aren’t riches nothing if you don’t have any friends or family? I believe that the human race is meant for socialization. That is simply how we are created. We can’t survive without one another. ‘Miracles’ is my survival. This is a really good program and I am honored to say that I will be in contact, making my own donations, and involved with this program throughout my life. Compared to the 15 other placements I have been to this past year, this is by far and with no competition the best. God Bless Miracles, Mrs. Michelle & Tyrone Walker, Ms. Sonya & the staff who work at Miracles.”

Lashonda – Age 17

As a psychologist and concerned citizen for abused, neglected, and abandoned children, I am grateful for organizations such as Miracles Outreach CDC who have programs to help children and teens in traumatic and unfortunate situations. What these children need most of all is a safe place to call home, individuals they can view as family, and treatment to work on healing emotional wounds. Since Miracles Outreach CDC relies on community support, it is critical that our community stand together so more children can be rescued from a life of abuse and turmoil. With continued community support, Miracles Outreach CDC can expand their programs and help more children and teens, and youth can work to increase their sense of hope and vision of the future.”

Dr. Nekeshia Hammond, founder of Hammond Psychology & Associates, P.A.