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Unsponsored Young Adults

Sarah's Covenant Homes is an organization that cares for children with special needs, but what happens when those children become young adults? We are proud to say that SCH does not turn out any child that reaches the age of adulthood. We continue to keep them into our home and care for them for the rest of their lives.

Although we continue to support our young adults, they are our least sponsored persons. Ever person in our care costs SCH $300 a month to feed, clothe, shelter, medicate and care for. These special young men and women are loved greatly and our staff treat them as their own sons and daughters.

We would love to continue providing a high level of care for these precious young people, but we need your help. Please read a few of our unsponsored young adult's profiles, pray over them, and if you can, sign up to sponsor one of them. You can impact their lives for as little as $25.

Name: Faith

Home: Jubilee (Hyderabad, India)

Age: 16

Special Need: Autism, Epilepsy, Mute

Rescued by SCH: March 2009

Faith is a lovely, joyful young girl who has autism and is on medication to control seizures. Since being at SCH, she has also had eardrum reconstruction and adenoid removal surgery. Faith loves music and making necklaces. She attends our special on-site school and enjoys joining in group activities.

Name: Daniel

Home: Victory (Ongole, India)

Age: 25

Special Need: Development Delay

Rescued by SCH: March 2008

Daniel has an intellectual disability. Before coming to SCH, he never had the opportunity to go to school. At SCH he is taught life skills and simple academics by an on-site teacher. Daniel is a sweet and kind young man who always has a huge smile on his face.

Name: Dhivena

Home: Faith (Ongole, India)

Age: 20

Special Need: Spastic Cerebral Palsy

Rescued by SCH: January 2008

Dhivena is such a joyful and happy girl. She is always greeting guests with a bright smile and lots of giggles. She has cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and an intellectual disability. When Dhivena first came to SCH, she had clubbed feet. We were able to provide a surgery surgery to correct the problem - today you wouldn't even know she had clubbed feet. Dhivena has a twin sister at SCH, Amulya. Dhivena loves to listen to music and make bracelets and necklaces in her vocational class.

Name: Josh

Home: Truth (Ongole, India)


Special Need: Cerebral Palsy, Alopecia

Rescued by SCH: January 2008

Josh is a smiley young man in Victory Home. He has cerebral palsy and alopecia and is neither mobile or verbal, but he communicates so much with his bright eyes and wide smile. Josh loves to be sung and spoken to.

Name: Serene

Home: Faith (Ongole, India)

Age: 19

Special Need: Spastic Cerebral Palsy

Rescued by SCH: February 2009

Serene is a sweet girl who is generally quiet and calm but is known to make loud vocal sounds when she is excited about something. She has cerebral palsy and an intellectual disability. She loves playing the maraca during music class, doing puzzles, building with blocks and coloring.


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