If you are interested in learning more about our residential care program, we encourage you to give us a call. We will schedule a consultation on our Greenwood campus or one of our satellite locations. Our family service workers will assist you through every step of the application process and answer questions you might have about our program. Please contact our Intake Coordinator Tyler Coker at (864) 942-1432 email@example.com.
Connie Maxwell Main Campus
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. Professional services staff members are a resource for children and their families as they work towards family reunification. The campus has a large activities building, a swimming pool, sports fields, and an infirmary. Children on the Greenwood campus attend public schools and are encouraged to participate in extracurricular school activities. Students 12 and older also have after-school campus jobs to develop good work habits and money management skills. Our Transition to Independent Living program offers youth 16 and older the help needed to prepare for young adulthood.
Connie Maxwell Baptist Church
Connie Maxwell Baptist Church is located on the Greenwood campus. Each week, the church opens its doors to the campus children, staff and church volunteers as well as people from the local community that choose to worship together. Our church offers many of the typical children and youth programs including missions. Bible study begins at 10:00 am on Sunday’s with Worship Service at 11:00 am. For more information about Connie Maxwell Baptist Church, please contact Rev. Miller Murphy, Pastor at (864) 942-1401 or Corbin Herron, Minister of Music and Students at 942-1423.
Cooper Nixon Emergency Cottage
Cooper Nixon Emergency Cottage, located near the main campus of Connie Maxwell, is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for short-term emergency placements. The cottage is staffed by two sets of married couples, who alternate on seven-day shifts, as well as two evening shift staff members. All of the meals, recreation and study sessions are conducted in the cottage by the cottage parents and volunteers. The cottage can accommodate eight school-aged children who need immediate, short-term relief from a difficult situation. Many of the same recreational activities as our residential care program are offered to provide children in our care a rich and full life. For more information about Cooper Nixon, please contact Dee Miller, Director, Emergency Shelter, (864) 942-1428 or (800) 868-2624.
OASIS (Outdoor Adventures Specifically Involving Students), affectionately known as “the farm” has long been a popular part of our Greenwood campus. Each year it hosts school field trips, cross-country track meets, weddings, equestrian events and many other activities! Our ropes course offers our students, staff and outside groups physical and mental challenges, as well as exciting adventures. OASIS Campground has two bunkhouses, each sleeping 18 people, as well as access to a full kitchen and bathhouse. It is available for volunteer groups or for weekend rentals. For more information contact Brad Martin, OASIS Director, at (864) 554-3387.
We are always grateful for the support of people that help us further our mission of caring for children and strengthening positive relationships in a Christian environment. You may view our needs list below to see the typical items on a week's grocery list for one of our cotages. Please note that the Department of Health requires us to accept commercially canned foods only. If you are interested in fulfilling any of these campus needs, please contact Sandy McManus at (864) 942-1488. Thank you for your generosity.