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Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina (BCH) provides nine cottages offering residential services for intellectual and developmentally disabled adults in six communities across North Carolina.

Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina’s (BCH) ministry for Special Needs Adults is designed to serve men and women with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Ministry. BCH offers a safe living environment with a Christian atmosphere that includes opportunities for spiritual enrichment, preparation of nutritious meals, transportation, enhancement of daily and independent living and social skills.

We promote and support maximum independence, individual growth, and inclusion in their community. 

Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Ministry Locations

Click on a location below to learn more. Contact information is available for each location.

Learn more about Alverta Bolick HomeLearn more about Asheboro HomeLearn more about Davis House
Learn more about Hinkle HouseLearn more about Lanier HomeLearn more about Lindsay Home
Learn more about Mercer HomeLearn more about Stegall HomeLearn more about Three Forks Home

Residential Care Rates: Rates will be the maximum amount allowed and approved by the North Carolina General Assembly and/or the Social Services Commission of the North Carolina Department of Human Resources. Applicants must be eligible for funding sources if not paying privately.

Application Process: Only persons whose needs can be adequately met in a group home setting will be considered for placement. Placement decisions are made in the best interest of the applicant and the desired facility with consideration given to proximity. For more information on the application process and criteria, visit

Information and Referrals:

P: 336.474.1245     ♦     F: 336.474.0201

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