About Children's Home Network

Our Vision: Children's Home Network will be a recognized leader in innovative programs and services in the field of child and family well-being, and as an exemplary model for the governance, management and operation of non-profit entities.

Our Mission: We unlock the potential of at-risk children and families by providing compassionate and effective services that create opportunities for success.

Our Values: The values honored by the Children’s Home Network help to form our thoughts and guide our decisions and conduct in delivering our mission. Our interactions are based upon Respect and Dignity. We strive for Excellence in all that we do. People can Trust in our word and abilities. We conduct our work with Compassion and Understanding.


Children's Home Network is accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) to improve our service delivery outcomes.


Guide Star Platinum Rating

GuideStar platinum rating

GuideStar is the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations, used by donors throughout the world to assess a nonprofit’s transparency and accountability. Children's Home Network has been awarded GuideStar’s Platinum status – the highest level of recognition they offer. As a Platinum Participant, GuideStar has determined that Children's Home Network meets the highest level of accountability and transparency to its donors and is focused on measuring and sharing our progress and results with our donors.

We are honored to receive this designation. Visit our GuideStar page.

Our Performance & Quality Improvement Process

Children's Home Network is committed to ongoing Performance and Quality Improvement. This organization-wide Performance and Quality Improvement process involves staff members at all levels, national, state, regional, and local funders, the Board of Directors, as well the families, children, individuals, and communities we serve. Each program or service area measures key indicators of success, including contract outcomes, regulatory requirements, and best practice standards. Data is routinely collected, verified, and analyzed in an effort to identify performance trends, highlight successes, as well as to identify areas of needed improvement. Please click here to view the Children’s Home Network’s PQI Plan.


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