Mission: Residential care facility for neglected and dependent american indian children. The home has three buildings that are used as homes for the children to enable murrow to further the original traditions and purposes as they were established by rev. Murrow. By living with the children closely in a family setting, the house parents are able to develop close, effective relationships with the children. The children are encouraged to get involved in school and community activities. The children are also encouraged to learn about their native american background and to attend other cultural activities. In todays complex society, the family unit is critical in providing a child with necessary learning experiences upon which the rest of their life depends. The family unit provides children from broken homes and dysfunctional families a chance to experience a new way of living with each other. The children attend public schools, have chores, play time, and study time.
Programs: The home is an oklahoma corporation formed to provide residential care under christian sponsorship for children of indian heritage who are homeless, dependent or in need of specialized care.