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ODUM HOME IN PEMBROKE IS A PART OF BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA'S (BCH) STATEWIDE MINISTRIES. ODUM HOME OFFERS COTTAGE HOMES FOR VULNERABLE CHILDREN AND A FAMILY CARE COTTAGE FOR SINGLE MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN.
TOUR ODUM HOME
Watch the video below to get an inside look at our girls cottage at Odum Home.
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*Other counties will be considered based upon need.
A LOOK INTO ODUM HOME HISTORY
Odum Home was originally formed by the Burnt Swamp Baptist Association in 1942 as the Pembroke Indian Orphanage. The home was the first of its kind established for Indian children in North Carolina.
In 1917, Mr. & Mrs. E.L. Odum gave 58 acres of good land for an Indian orphanage. However, the home was not opened until 31 years later without the ODums seeing their dreams come true. At Odum Home, school-age children are given an opportunity to overcome personal and family problems while staff work to preserve or reunify families. Length of placement is determined by the time necessary for the resident and his/her family to achieve their goals.
Learn more about the history of Odum Home by downloading the special issue of Charity and Children published on October 28, 1973 that highlighted the past, present and future!
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