The Trent Hill Center for Children and Families

What We Do

The Trent Hill Center for Children and Families’ Bell House is a group home for youth who have been removed from their homes due to abuse,neglect, or abandonment. Trent Hill Center gives housing priority to local youth, in an effort to keep them close to their homes, families, schools, churches, and communities.

The Trent Hill Center primarily houses teenagers in our residential care program. We provide a safe and loving home where youth’s developmental, physical, social, emotional, educational, intellectual, and spiritual needs can be met for as long as they need to remain in residential care, up to age 21.

The Trent Hill Center for Children and Families is a private, non-profit, 501(c)3 child and family services organization.

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Children play in the Bell House yard
The playroom at our facilities

Our Mission

To provide trauma-informed care to our community’s most vulnerable children in a setting that fosters physical and emotional safety; intellectual and spiritual well-being; curiosity, creativity, and exploration. We provide services in partnership with individuals, families, and organizations within our local community.

Our Vision

All children in Darlington County will have safe, loving stable families; engaged mentors; and a supportive community that enriches their lives and empowers them to meet their fullest potential.

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Our Location

The Bell House Exterior

The Trent Hill Center for Children and Families’ property is located at 522 W. Bobo Newsom Highway in Hartsville, S.C.

The home is called the Bell House. It is named for the family of William Bell, who donated the house to House of Hope after his death.

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