Epworth Children’s Home
2900 Millwood Ave
Columbia SC 29205
803-256-7394

A Century and a Quarter 1896-2021

A Century and a Quarter 1896-2021

One hundred and twenty-five (125) years ago on January 20th, 1896 the first two children came to live at Epworth Orphanage from Lynchburg, South Carolina. They arrived by train and lived in the only house

Rev. Kenneth Middleton Joins Epworth

Rev. Kenneth Middleton Joins Epworth

Epworth is pleased to announce that Reverend Kenneth Middleton has joined us as Chaplain as of December 2020! Reverend Middleton comes to Epworth with a wealth of knowledge and experience working with youth. Reverend Kenneth

Epworth selected for HOMEBUILDERS® Capacity Building Grant in Upstate, Midlands, Lowcountry

Epworth selected for HOMEBUILDERS® Capacity Building Grant in Upstate, Midlands, Lowcountry

Epworth Children’s Home will provide intensive, in-home services to Upstate, Midlands and Lowcountry families with children at risk of being placed in state-funded care, thanks to a grant from the South Carolina Department of Social

Farming for the Future

Farming for the Future

As farmers, Sarah and Brandon Bowers know that growth doesn’t happen overnight. Growth takes time and effort, light, warmth, nurture, patience, and honestly, a lot of hard work. While they have spent the last several

Institute for Child and Family Wellbeing

The Institute includes multiple centers of excellence to meet needs of children, youth and families in our state. It is headquartered on the recently acquired second Epworth campus in Columbia, with planned outposts across the state.
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Residential Services

Located on Epworth's historic property on Millwood Avenue, Epworth's campus provides evidence-based, individualized group care to children and youth. Cottages including intake cottages for 24/7 placements and traditional cottage homes.
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Be a Foster Parent!

There are more than 4,000 children in foster care in South Carolina, and at least 1,900 foster homes are needed right away!

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