The Kids ClubHouse is a safe place for kids to sing, play, and enjoy having fun while parents meet with staff or attend classes at the Healing Center. We provide a safe, kid-friendly, meaningful experience for children from infants through age 11.
A Safe Place for Kids
All staff and volunteers who serve in the Kids Clubhouse complete an application process that includes a background check before they serve.
Parents check their children in at the front desk and receive security tags with matching parent and child numbers. At check-out this tag is required. A child is never released to anyone other than the person who checked them in with the matching number.
There is no charge for the Kids Clubhouse during operational hours in the Healing Center, which is Wednesday through Saturday mornings from 9am to 12noon and Thursday evenings from 6:30pm to 9pm.
Volunteer in Kids Clubhouse!
Would you like to make a difference in the lives of children? Consider volunteering at the Kids Clubhouse!
Our goal is to show God’s love to every child who enters the Kids Clubhouse. You'll have the opportunity to provide care for children from birth through age 11, while their parents receive services or volunteer at the Healing Center.
Your children are welcome!
Volunteers who serve in any area of the Healing Center may check their children into the Kids Clubhouse while they serve. Check-in time is 8:45am for morning sessions and 6:15pm for Thursday evening.
Babies and two-year-olds have their own rooms, and preschool and school-age kids play in age-appropriate areas within the Clubhouse. A snack is provided at each session.
Older kids are welcome in a serving capacity. Children will have the opportunity to meet new friends, play with a variety of games and toys, read books, climb up the rock wall to the clubhouse lofts (Age 5 and over), play air hockey and board games, or enjoy doing artwork and other activities in the Project Room.
For more information, or to serve in the Kids Clubhouse, please contact Marcie Bennie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (513) 346-4080 ext. 290.