Find Us Around the State
Missouri Baptist Children's Home provides ministries of Hope and Restoration throughout the state of Missouri through regional campuses in Bridgeton, Mt. Vernon, and Peculiar.
Regional offices are maintained in Bridgeton, Jefferson City, Joplin, Kansas City and Springfield to provide the support needed by hundreds of foster families and children.
Volunteers are always welcome to assist in maintaining facilities – landscaping, painting, carpentry, etc. These volunteer projects are ideal for church groups, mission trips and community organizations.
The Lowe-Frillman Campus is located in the St. Louis suburb of Bridgeton Missouri. This campus is licensed for 72 children in residential care and houses the largest population of both residents and staff members. The Blake Administration Building, Coleman House, Joyce and Carol Pillsbury Crisis Care Building, Thompson and Johnson Cottages, Kenison Complex, Johnson Complex, recreational complex, Barnes Building, Campus Store, Ranch Oak Cottage, The Edmundson Road Baptist Church Spiritual Life Center and housing for staff are all located on this campus.
These facilities are used by the following programs of MBCH Children and Family Ministries: residential care, crisis care, foster/adoptive services, pregnancy counseling and supportive services program, transitional living program, Mothers with Children program, Intensive In-Home Services and counseling services. The MBCH Professional Development Institute also uses facilities on this campus.
The Hutchens campus, located in Mt. Vernon, Missouri opened in 1986. This campus features four group homes with a licensed capacity of 42 children. The Hutchens Campus is used by MBCH Children and Family Ministries to provide residential care for both boys and girls and the Transitional Living Program.
The Byrne Campus is located in the Kansas City suburb of Peculiar, Missouri. This campus opened in 1985 with the construction of a group home to serve Western Missouri. Currently this campus is designed to care for 8 boys in residential care.
Kansas City: Foundation Office
P. O. Box 11905, Kansas City, MO 64138