A Special Homecoming for Corbin!

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3-year-old Corbin was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, a complex and rare heart defect where the left side of the heart is critically underdeveloped causing the right side of the heart to work twice as hard to compensate. His parents, Amberley and Joshua Cohn, were Corbin’s foster parents and later adopted him through the (Read More…)

Thankful for PCHAS, Former Group Home Resident Shows Gratitude​

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PCHAS often receives handwritten thank-you notes from children in our care or children who have “aged-out”. We recently received a letter from Jessica Venegas. Jessica grew up at our group home campus in Waxahachie and recently graduated from Navarro College with an Associate degree in science. She now plans to continue her education by obtaining (Read More…)

Meet Haley: PCHAS’ Newest Child and Family Specialist

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Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services is excited to introduce our newest Child and Family Specialist Haley Young. Haley joined the PCHAS team this month, and is excited to have the opportunity to help children and families in Kilgore, Texas. When she learned from a family friend about a job opening with PCHAS, she was thrilled. (Read More…)

More than 80 Attend Graduation Party for Group Home Resident, Luis West!

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More than 80 people attended a graduation party for Luis West, who has lived in PCHAS’ Group Home in San Antonio for the past three years. Luis graduated from high school, where he earned the distinction of A-B Honor Roll! He will attend Navarro College in the fall, where he will complete his general studies (Read More…)

Our Adoption Story: Elizabeth Flowers

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Elizabeth Flowers shared her adoption story at a PCHAS luncheon in Houston: My husband Heath and I had always wanted to be parents, and after trying to conceive for more than five years, we began to explore adoption. When we started the adoption process with PCHAS, we were well aware that a mother’s decision to (Read More…)