Enroll your child
We know that you may feel like you have run out of options for your child. You love your son or daughter, and you realize that it’s going to be best for their future if someone else provides them with the stability and support they need. New Song is here to help. If your child meets our enrollment criteria, we can offer you a wonderful, new opportunity for your child, through the love of Christ.
“We had a wonderful visit at New Song. Caleb was so excited to show us everything. He looked great. The visit confirmed that this is where Caleb needs to be. He acted very happy, comfortable and proud of his home. We had a very good visit with the houseparents. This was very comforting and reassuring. They are so calm, loving and also tell Caleb what is expected from him. I feel very confident in how he is being cared for. Thank you for giving Caleb this opportunity.” -Ruth Ann, grandmother of Caleb
How long will my child stay at New Song?
We realize that each child’s situation and needs are different, however, we feel that the longer a child remains in our care, the better the future of that child will be. The minimum length of stay at New Song is one year, but for most kids their best opportunity for future success in life is if they grow up on the New Song campus throughout their elementary, middle, and high school years.
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How to enroll your child.
The New Song enrollment team is led by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who cares deeply about children and is highly skilled at assessing a child’s needs. The enrollment process generally involves the following steps:
- Parents or guardians contact New Song’s enrollment coordinator
- Enrollment application and other paperwork is submitted
- Enrollment interview is held, information is reviewed, and a determination is made in the best interests of the child
Start the enrollment process now. Contact us.
How to stay involved in your child’s life at New Song.
The separation of a child from his or her parent or caregiver is very difficult. We have a great deal of empathy for parents and guardians who enroll their children at New Song, and we will help to maintain a positive relationship between them and their kids. Coordinating safe and consistent visitation is a significant priority of New Song. At the beginning of a child’s enrollment, a visitation and phone contact schedule is established in the initial Plan of Care that is developed for each child in our care, with input from the parent or caregiver who is involved.
Parents and guardians will also receive monthly reports about how their child is progressing while in the care of New Song Mission. In addition, the New Song leadership and staff regularly communicate with parents to keep them updated.
Give children a safe home where they can thrive!