Originally founded as the Daniel Memorial Orphanage in 1947, the name changed to Daniel Memorial Children's Home in 1962 and to
Pleasant Hills Children's Home on May 1, 1970.
The Pleasant Hills Children's Home pantry provides essential food and household items for the clients in our care. PHCH is licensed to care for up to 48 children and relies on support from generous donors. Follow the link to view our needs list.
Pleasant Hills Children's Home provides for all areas of a child's developmental needs. In addition to food, clothing, and shelter, PHCH focuses on spiritual nurture, academic preparation, a strong work ethic, and healthy physical growth. Follow the link to learn more.
Children from ages birth through 17, whose needs are consistent with Texas state licensing standards and admissions criteria, are eligible to apply for admission to Pleasant Hills Children's Home. Follow the link to find out more.
Pleasant Hills Children's Home is a basic child care facility licensed by the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Service to care for 48 children. The Home was licensed in 1973.
Pleasant Hills is primarily funded through the gifts and contributions of cash and non-cash by churches, individuals, corporations, foundations and other interested friends. An annual budget is projected and approved by the Board of Directors.
Mailing Address: PO Box 1177, Fairfield, TX 75840
Pleasant Hills Children's Home is operated under the direction of a Board of Directors composed of 30 members, an Executive Director, and a Development Director.