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#108: Emanuel Children's Home (Hogar de Niños Emanuel)
San Pedro Sula,  Honduras
The Emanuel Childrens Home (Hogar de Niños Emanuel) assists in the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of abused, disadvantaged, and homeless children ranging in age from infant to eighteen years of age.

#112: Casa de Esperanza de los Niños (The House of Hope for Children)
Houston,  Texas
Casa de Esperanza serves as a safe place for children who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect, or HIV/AIDS.

#113: Quaker Cottage
Belfast,  Northern Ireland
Quaker Cottage aims to provide a safe and caring environment to actively promote increased self-esteem, greater family understanding and cooperation, improved social and life skills, enhanced development, and mutual understanding and respect.

#204: Church of the Brethren, Inc.
Elgin,  Illinois
The Church of the Brethren youth and young adult programming works with youth of all ages and young adults in forming Christian values, serving the community, and promoting peace through various programs.

#208: Rural and Migrant Ministry
Liberty,  New York
Rural and Migrant Ministry (RMM) works in the areas of accompaniment, education, and youth empowerment in its quest to stand with disenfranchised farm- and rural workers and to change unjust systems and structures. RMM seeks BVS volunteers for two of its programs.

#304: Cross Keys Village Brethren Home Community
New Oxford,  Pennsylvania
Cross Keys Village – Volunteers are actively involved in day-to-day living, whether participating through the department of independent living, personal care, or healthcare. We will match your skills and talents from within the many avenues available at our campus.

#307: The Palms of Sebring
Sebring,  Florida
The Palms Retirement Community seeks volunteers to assist with special activities and programs, complete light computer work, and spend time visiting with residents as well as helping with parties, decorating, and generating new ideas.

#401: District IV Human Resources Development Council (HRDC)
Havre,  Montana
District IV Human Resources Development Council is a non-profit Community Action Agency that has been serving the Hi-Line region of North-Central Montana since 1965. The aim is to engage low-income families with the maximum opportunity to address their needs, envision their possibilities and live a productive life of dignity.

#418: Capstone
New Orleans,  Louisiana
Based in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Capstone seeks to provide a stable community environment to those needing a stable foothold in life.

#420: Brethren Disaster Ministries
New Windsor,  Maryland
Brethren Disaster Ministries (BDM) is a program of the Church of the Brethren that repairs and rebuilds homes for survivors of natural disasters across the United States.

#606: Hopewell Inn
Mesopotamia,  Ohio
Hopewell is a therapeutic farm community dedicated to serving adults with serious mental illness. Through participation in meaningful work and group activities, Hopewell assists residents in moving to more independent living situations.

#608: Gould Farm
Monterey,  Massachusetts
Gould Farm is America’s original community for psychiatric rehabilitation in an open setting, located on 700 acres of farm and woodlands. Gould Farm uses a community-oriented, work-based approach towards therapy.

#609: L'Arche Kilkenny
Callan, County Kilkenny,  Ireland (Republic of)
BVS placements are available at some of the many L'Arche communities in Europe.

#611: L'Arche Dublin
Dublin,  Ireland (Republic of)
BVS placements are available at some of the many L'Arche communities in Europe.

#613: L'Arche Belfast
Belfast,  Northern Ireland
BVS placements are available at some of the many L'Arche communities in Europe.

#617: incredABLE
Richhill,  Northern Ireland
incredABLE works with children and adults who have an intellectual disability or autism and promotes their inclusion as active members of society. We offer a wide range of projects and services to provide social, recreational, and educational opportunities for people of all ages with learning disabilities.

#620: L'Arche Chicago
Chicago,  Illinois
At L’Arche Chicago, we are people, with and without developmental disabilities, sharing life together in communities of faith. Assistants enter into mutual relationships with core members (adults with disabilities), revealing their gifts to the world and (hopefully!) finding themselves transformed in these relationships.

#621: Camphill Community Mourne Grange
Kilkeel,  Northern Ireland
Mourne Grange is a Camphill Community for adults with learning disabilities. We work and live together alongside adults with special needs to offer them a holistic life experience.

#622: Camp High Hopes
Sioux City,  Iowa
Camp High Hopes is a year round recreational and respite facility that works with children and adults with disabilities in a camp setting.

#623: L'Arche Syracuse
Syracuse,  New York
L'Arche Syracuse is a part of an international network of communities who offer a home where persons with disabilities, called Core Members, and those who share life with them, called Assistants, live together in a faith-based community.

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