Caring for Our Community's Most Vulnerable
The Bell House, located at 522 W. Bobo Newsom Highway in Hartsville, South Carolina, is the Center’s original residential care facility. Since having opened in 2018, the Bell House has served more than 100 youth, primarily ages 13-18, who have been removed from their homes due to instances of domestic abuse, neglect, abandonment, or homelessness.
Trent Hill Center aims to keep our residents close to their homes, families, schools, churches and communities by giving housing priority to local youth from Darlington County, the greater Pee Dee, and the Midlands. However, for a variety of reasons, we frequently accept residents from across the state. We welcome youth from all walks of life and do not discriminate against sexual orientation, gender expression, race, religious preference, political beliefs, or disabilities.
Providing a Safe Environment for Love and Encouragement
While living at the Bell House, Trent Hill Center’s youth residents receive the following services:
Shelter, food, utilities, & clothing
Coordination of healthcare needs
Mental health counseling
Oversight &implementation of individualized educational plans & goals
Instruction & reinforcement of independent living skills & job readiness
Case management & advocacy
Participation in extracurricular activities & community-based programs
Participation in preferred faith-based organizations & activities, if desired
Assistance finding employment