Methodist Children’s Home Society in Redford Township offers programs and services designed to help children and families who have experienced child abuse and neglect. The organization offers residential care on its 80-acre campus to 50 boys between the ages of 5 and 18. They have each lived, on average, in five homes each over the past 2.5 years. Each resident has a bedroom, and each 10-bedroom cottage has two living rooms, a full kitchen, and a dining room. The cottages are close to the organization’s therapy center, gym, outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, baseball field, movie and game room, fitness center, and more. Residents also go on field trips throughout the year. While many of the boys are enrolled in local public school districts, the organization also offers an on-grounds school for those who need individualized help. Other programs include providing baby supplies, substance abuse counseling, child abuse prevention, reintegration for those returning to society after incarceration, conference call classes for senior citizens, teen parenting programs, and transitional programming for children aging out of foster care. While the organization continues to offer its services despite the COVID-19 pandemic, visiting guidelines have been adjusted.