The Trent Hill Center for Children and Families

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

Our Organization

The Trent Hill Center for Children and Families will house Darlington County children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect, or are abandoned or homeless.The Center will provide a safe and loving space where children’s developmental, physical, emotional, social, educational, intellectual, and spiritual needs can be met as they await reunification with their families.

Using a trauma-informed model of care, the Center will also work in partnership with families on-site to develop a family-centered plan for reunification; teach parenting, communication, and life management skills; counsel children and family members; and offer case management, advocacy, and information and referral services to ensure that the families’ social, psychological, intellectual, financial, and other needs are met in preparation for reunification.

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

Our Services About Us

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.

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

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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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