Trent Hill Center to open doors to children, youth in
The Trent Hill Center for Children and Families in Hartsville will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 19th. The ceremony will take place onsite at 522 West Bobo Newsom Highway in Hartsville.
“It’s been a long road getting the Center up and running, but we always knew it would be worth it in the long run,” said Becky Hill, Executive Director of the Trent Hill Center. “Now, we finally open our doors to provide safe housing to children and youth! Our vision is now reality.”
The Trent Hill Center is a group home for children and youth ages 0-21 who have been removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect. When safe to do so, The Center will also work with residents and their families to meet and maintain family reunification goals. Currently, the Center accepts children and youth for placement through the South Carolina Department of Social Services
“We would love to see community partners and members present at our ribbon cutting ceremony next week,” said Scottie Hill, Founder and President of the Trent Hill Center. “Words cannot describe the tremendous outpouring of community support that has made this day possible. How powerful would it be for the children and youth we serve to see how many people are invested in their success and well-being!”
The Trent Hill Center was founded by Scottie Hill in memory and honor of her father, Trent Hill, who passed away in 2012. Please visit the website at trenthillcenter.org for additional information.