Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home received a $25,000 grant to provide additional support to children transitioning into a traditional foster home.
The grant, which came from the Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation, will fund a pilot program meant to assist foster children who have difficulties with behavior, a history of unpredictable actions, exhibit isolationist behavior or think about harming themselves.
Specifically, money will go toward additional therapy, case management, medical care, dental care, life skills training and more.
To learn more about Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home, visit cpch.org.