- An orphaned or abandoned infant may have only hours to live.
- An orphaned or abandoned child can easily become a street child.
In both cases, immediate and competent intervention is critical.
For the orphaned or abandoned infant, we give 24/7 nursing care at House of Moses. For an older, medically stable child, we give "intensive love" in two safe homes, the House of Martha Crisis Nursery and the Bill and Bette Bryant Crisis Nursery.
Children are cared for in these temporary homes until they can be placed within the extended family, adopted or fostered. Alliance for Children Everywhere is dedicated to serving the most vulnerable children and helping families in crisis. Our programs meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of children from birth through twelve years of age who are orphaned, abandoned or victims of family violence. Once a child is accepted, no child is “aged out.” We continue to provide for that child until a home and family can be found, or until they have reached adulthood and are thoroughly prepared to support themselves.
In addition to love and prayer, a warm bed, three nutritious meals each day, and clothing the children in our Crisis Nurseries receive medical and developmental services and their parents and extended families are given the Gospel, Christian counseling, parenting education, family support and assistance with micro-loans to enable them to care for their children.
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House of Moses House of Martha Crisis Nursery Bill and Bette Bryant Crisis Nursery