Cameron's House of Hope

Our Mission:
To Help Children

Cameron's House of Hope provides tutoring, counseling, food, clothing, and more to children who have been impacted by substance abusive parents. We partner with other local ministries to help identify these children and work together to ensure we do all we can to guide them toward a better path so that they are not destined to follow in their parents’ footsteps.

Our goal is to eliminate the shame, guilt and loneliness that often affects children in these situations by offering unconditional love and support during their formative years. Through counseling, tutoring, spiritual development and more, we hope their lives are transformed by allowing them to make safer decisions, ultimately preventing a path that leads to substance abuse. At the foundation of our programs is the hope that can be found in Jesus Christ.

Partnering with churches, religious ministries, community and government service providers, businesses and others in the community, children who might benefit from our programs are identified. To be eligible for our programs, a child must be under the age of 18 and have a parent or parents who are substance abusive.

Our Services

For I know the plans I have for you - this is the Lord's declaration - plans for your welfare, not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope. -Jeremiah 29:11

You Can Help


Through our community, Cameron's House of Hope is able to help children who have been impacted by substance abuse. There are several ways you can get involved with our efforts.


Every dollar helps us meet the needs of the children at Cameron's House of Hope.


Your time and dedication can make a difference in a child's life.


You can play, sponsor or donate through the fifth annual Mike Whitson Invitational Golf Tournament, being held on September 19, 2022.  Stay tuned for details on how you can help!

Who to Contact

Heather Gardner

Executive Director

4130 Indian Trail Fairview Rd, Indian Trail, NC 28079
PO Box 607, Indian Trail, NC 28079

Cameron's House of Hope's programs are funded primarily through contributions, grants and donated services.  The services performed directly by CHOH will be provided at no cost to the program participants.

The Story Behind the House

Cameron Whitson, our Senior Pastor's grandson, passed away in May 2020 from a drug overdose. So that his death and legacy would not be in vain, we prayerfully elected to inaugurate Cameron's House of Hope, a ministry unlike any other in our area. 25% of kids growing up today are living with at least one substance abusive parent. Because of that, the children are twice as likely to develop addictive behavior themselves. Through Cameron's House of Hope, we will work to do all we can to change their trajectory and give them hope, so that no parent would have to experience the pain and suffering of the loss of a child to drug overdose.