Community is Who We Are
Children are served without regard to their race, religion, or national origin, and all child care staff receive more than fifty hours of training each year.
Children’s Home of Lubbock has been a staple of the Lubbock community since 1954 and has served over 7,200 abused and neglected children throughout our history. The Home’s goal is to be a place for children to heal from trauma and work towards a better future.
On any given day, an average of 90 boys and girls are in care at Children’s Home whether through our cottages, foster homes, or independent living housing. These children come to the Home through the Department of Family Protective Services because of suspected neglect or abuse. While the court and biological families work through each case, the children are cared for by our staff and begin Sanctuary, a trauma-informed treatment program.
Children’s Home of Lubbock is a faith-based agency, and we believe God has been with us every step of the way as we have faced personal and legislative trials. We are blessed with a modern, debt-free group care campus, and the Home continues to expand as the needs of our children and community change. Every child we serve leaves knowing that Jesus loves them and will never forsake them.
Jimmy Moore, Chief Executive Officer
Vickie Russell, Chief Operations Officer
Lisa John, Chief Financial Officer
Hattie Haney, Executive Assistant to CEO
Sarah Heinrich, Executive Assistant to COO
Luke Mason, Director of Development
Eric Dickey, Church Relations Coordinator
Denise Aguirre, Community Outreach Coordinator
Jenae Rogers, Graphic Design & Media Coordinator
Leslie Hernandez, Human Resource Specialist
Cindy Stephens, Office Assistant
Julia Soccio, Accountant
Dawn Hayes, Payroll
Kaylie Starch, Accounts Payable
Katya Wilson, Commissary Supervisor
Robert Killough, Volunteer Coordinator
MAINTENANCE AND FACILITIES
Mike Hill, Director of Facilities