Connie Maxwell’s largest facility and headquarters for its statewide ministry is the Greenwood campus. Here, school-aged boys and girls live in nine family-styled homes. Live-in staff help to meet the children’s physical, social, and emotional needs.
The Brookland Campus is located in Orangeburg, which offers a regional home for school-aged boys and girls. Two cottages, with live-in staff, house eight children each. Local South Carolina Baptist churches offer a church home for the children and staff.
Marie Younts Girl's Home is located in the Mauldin area and provides residential care for six girls. The girls attend Mauldin High School and are active in a local South Carolina Baptist Church, participating in Bible study, worship, and missions.
The Pee Dee Girl's Home in Florence provides residential care to eight girls. The girls attend local schools and have opportunities to be involved in extracurricular activities. Family involvement is encouraged, and the girls participate in recreational activities on a regular basis. The girls are active in a local South Carolina Baptist Church.
The Adams Campus provides emergency shelter care for boys and girls and has the capacity for up to eight children. Crisis management and counseling services are provided to children in our program, and they attend public schools in the area.