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Child Welfare League

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Education & Literacy
  • Homeless & Housing


12120 Bridgeton Square DriveBridgeton, MO 63044 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement



Helps children who are hurt and at-risk, yet academically capable, to realize their potential by providing value centered, family like homes and quality education through college.

Children generally enter the program between the ages of 10 and 14, and live in our homes through graduation from high school. Placement in our program is voluntary on the part of the child and his/her parent(s) or guardian, and the program facilitates regular contacts and counseling, where appropriate, with the child's family.

The Boys Hope Girls Hope residential program offers:

Education in first-rate elementary and secondary schools
Family-like homes focusing on moral and spiritual development
Professional live-in counselors who provide structure, guidance and nurturing
Room, board, tuition and clothing/personal needs allowance
Medical, dental and optical services
Professional therapeutic counseling (if needed)
Summer athletic and enrichment programs
Extended social services for program graduates


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