Miracle Hill Children's Home
Who We Are
In 1957, the Greenville Rescue Mission purchased land in Pickens County to be used as a rehabilitation center for alcoholics. However, due to increasing demands to care for children who could no longer stay in their homes, the mission board established the land as Miracle Hill Children's Home with the first building built completely by volunteer labor. The children's home continues to serve children in need on campus as well as by providing licensed foster home placements.
What We Do
Miracle Hill Children' Home continues to be known as a place of refuge for children from birth to age 18. The children's home was founded in 1958 to care for unwanted, troubled, neglected and abused children who had no place to stay. Of the children we serve, some are born addicted to drugs. Others experience anger and frustration when dealing with issues and problems in their lives. Every day, we offer crisis and long-term care, as well as foster care licensing. In home-style environments with house parents, children in our care receive personal counseling, food, shelter, education, discipline and unconditional love - all within a Christian framework.