Every child deserves a safe place to stay and people to guide their way.
Since 1884 the Webster House has been providing a safe haven for children unable to live at home. The Webster House provides a home, nutrition, clothing, independent living skills, opportunities for counseling, educational support, and various community-based activities. We provide the atmosphere in which adult-child relationships can be rebuilt and created. Within this structure, the direction, kindness and commitment of caring adults can help improve the lives of the children who reside at the Webster House and their families.
The Webster House is and always has been a private, non-profit home that has enjoyed a unique relationship with the surrounding community. The public has always partnered with the home helping to support us in so many ways. We are truly blessed to have such a committed public behind us, as well as, a strong, supportive staff and Board of Directors.
We are committed to the children that come to live at Webster House. We support them as they address their personal goals, all while never forgetting that they are children first and foremost who need to maintain a balance between the hard work ahead of them and the joys of childhood.
Your friendship and generosity has allowed us to continue on with our mission that dates back to 1884. We welcome your continued support as we meet today’s challenges while preparing for tomorrow's.