Join us on Saturday, March 26th, for this missions fundraiser. Lots of individual vendors to buy from, plus prize drawings. We’ll be at the HCA Gym from 11am to 4pm. Share our Facebook page!
The Mission House Thrift Store will be open Thursday, Friday & Saturday, March 24-25-26 with a BAG SALE for all customers. Go through the racks for men, women, and children — then stuff our green bags full of clothing and/or shoes for just $5/bag!
Hope to see you soon; we’re open from 10am to 2pm.
Heartland Children and Youth Homes provide a place of nurture, hope, and accountability for children and teenagers in a loving and godly environment, with the goal of educating and equipping young people to fulfill their future purpose in life as they develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
We implement these core values into the lives of the children under our care:
- Responsibility – The ability to be accountable for ones’ behavior, attitude, situation, and decision making (1 Cor. 3:8).
- Stewardship – The ability to utilize and manage all resources God provides for His glory and the betterment of His Kingdom.
- Sanctity for human life – The understanding that all human life has inherit value and sacredness due to being made in the image of God (Gen. 1:26-27).
- Biblical character – love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, generosity, gratitude and self-control (Gal. 5:16-26).
- Discipleship – Training up youth and children to be dedicated and submitted followers of Jesus by way of the teachings in the Bible, and to be active members of the Church.
- Communication – The ability to express intelligibly and comprehensively one’s position, feelings, and intentions; as well as possessing the skills to listen effectively with God and others.
- Restoration – The healing and repairing of an individual to God’s initial design for humankind; effectively restoring relationships with God, family, and others.
The Application process starts with filling out a placement inquiry and a phone call to learn more about our program. We would love to tell you more about what we do and see if we would be a good fit for your child’s needs. If your child is between the ages of 8-16 and you’d like more information, contact us.
Office hours: Monday thru Friday, 8am-4:30pm (Central)
John Grawe recently received certification through the Missouri Credentialing Board, which provides credentialing and training for substance use disorder professionals. He met the qualifications required as determined by the Credentialing Board and is conferred the title of Missouri Associate Alcohol Drug Counselor I.
John serves as Director of the Heartland Men’s Recovery Program, a 12-month residential program tailored for those who recognize they have a life-controlling problem and need assistance in a structured environment. Located in northeast Missouri, the ministry is firmly rooted in Christian principles and is built around a vibrant local church, cultivating change through the power of the Gospel.
Phone (660) 213-4553
Scott Miller (Assistant Director, Heartland Men’s Recovery Program) and Adrienne Miller (Director, Heartland Women’s Recovery Program) have recently received certifications through the Missouri Credentialing Board.
Scott accomplished a Certified Reciprocal Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CRADC), certifying him to offer Alcohol & Drug counseling and train other Heartland Recovery staff members to become Missouri Credentialing Board certified counselors.
Adrienne Miller has accomplished the Missouri Associate Alcohol Drug Counselor II (MAADCII), certifying her to offer Alcohol & Drug Counseling.
Heartland’s 12-month residential recovery program is tailored for those who recognize they have a life-controlling problem and need assistance in a structured environment that is firmly rooted in Christian principles. Located in northeast Missouri, the ministry is built around a vibrant local church, cultivating change through the power of the Gospel.
Phone (660) 213-4553