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HOMEBASE IS
YOUR PLACE

Support to help students succeed

WHO WE ARE

HOMEBASE is for students who have aged out of foster care and/or
residential services, are orphaned, homeless,  emancipated or have little to no support. Ultimately, HOMEBASE is open to all students — no one is turned away. HOMEBASE is a collaboration between Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina and Western Carolina University. It's purpose is to provide resources and support to all students seeking physical, emotional or spiritual support

 

HOW WE HELP

HOMEBASE offers a safe place where students can relax between classes or at the end of the day. It’s a place to build community with others or find the support needed to tackle both college and life. ​

AT HOMEBASE YOU CAN

  • Take a break between classes or 
    hangout from commuting.

  • Relax and watch TV.

  • Access the center’s WiFi.

  • Use the computer lab and printer.

  • Wash clothes in the laundry room.

  • Pick out an outfit in the clothes closet.

  • Eat from the food pantry.

See and hear from Director Jim Dean and a WCU student how HOMBASE helps.

 
 

CONTACT & HOURS

HOURS: Mon -Thurs | 10 am to 10 pm

Friday | 10 am to 3 pm

For additional assistance,

contact HOMEBASE Director Dr. Jim Dean

jdean@bchfamily.org |  828-508-0035

Physical address: 82 Central Dr, Cullowhee, NC 28723

Mailing address: P.O. Box 2133, Cullowhee, NC 28723

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