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Accreditation body praises PHFC for resilience after the loss of a key leader

The Presbyterian Home for Children was recognized by one of its accrediting organizations for its resilience after the passing of one of its key leaders.   Felicia Storey, the Home’s Senior Vice President of Program Operations and Services, died suddenly and unexpectedly in February 2023. After reviewing our report on the year’s activities, EAGLE, Educational…
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Talladega businesses work with local institutions to grow Union Village housing at PHFC

Union Village is supportive housing for individuals who are deaf, blind, deafblind or multi-disabled  Some of Talladega’s leading institutions are working together to help some of the area’s most vulnerable citizens.  Talladega-based Presbyterian Home for Children has partnered with its neighbor Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind to offer Union Village, a permanent supportive housing community…
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PHFC CEO named to UMA board that focuses services to children and older adults 

Doug Marshall, president and CEO of the Presbyterian Home for Children in Talladega, has been named to the executive committee of a national organization devoted to excellence in faith-based care for children, youth, families and older adults.  Marshall was named treasurer of the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries at the organization’s annual…
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Home receives $2,500 donation from Synovus to help teen girls succeed

Presbyterian Home for Children announces it received a $2,500 donation from Synovus to help at-risk teenage girls build a promising future. The donation supports the Home’s Moderate Residential Care Therapeutic Program, which serves teenage girls who have previously experienced extreme trauma or neglect. Synovus also participated in the Home’s Sweet Home Soirée in Huntsville on May 11.  “The Soirée gives the Home…
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Presbyterian Home for Children Executive Committee selected for 2023

The Board of the Presbyterian Home for Children approved its Executive Committee for 2023.   The Talladega-based Home is one of the few organizations in the state caring for Alabama’s homeless boys and girls, along with their female caregivers in its Secure Dwellings Program. PHFC also serves teenage girls who have been subject to extreme trauma…
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PHFC announces leadership changes

The Presbyterian Home for Children has announced changes in its leadership in the wake of the  passing  of its Senior Vice President  of Program Operations and Services.   Felicia Ayers  Storey  spent her entire professional career of 37 years at the Home, starting as a social worker and working up to  Senior  Vice  President  over the…
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PHFC outlines goals met in 2022 Annual Report

In 2022, wonderful things we laid out in our strategic plan for serving at-risk children and families came to fruition, and you can read about many of them in the annual report now available on our website here.  The annual report celebrates the PHFC Thrift Store’s move to a larger, more visible location, and the…
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Sweet Home Soirèe Birmingham set for March 16

The Presbyterian Home for Children’s Sweet Home Soirée will be March 16 at The Club in Birmingham.   “The Soirée gives the Home the opportunity to recognize those individuals who have been faithful and impactful ministry partners enabling the continuing care of the precious children and youth entrusted to our care,” said Doug Marshall, president and…
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Presbyterian Home for Children mourns passing of Felicia Ayers Storey 

The board of trustees and staff of the Presbyterian Home for Children and the children and families they serve are mourning the unexpected passing of Felicia Ayers Storey, the Home’s Senior Vice President of Program Operations and Services on Feb. 18.  “She will be missed dearly by each one of us, particularly our children,” the…
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