providing a caring

home-like environment

since 1946

Improving Quality

of life everyday

Supporting Families

through our

respite program

Welcome to Eagle Valley Children’s Home

  • Admission

    Admission to Eagle Valley Children’s Home is accomplished through an application and assessment process to certify the person’s need of, and ability to benefit from, active treatment.

  • Residential Program

    The Residential Program provides individualized skill training in a caring and home-like environment.

  • Respite Program

    This program provides support to families/caregivers of people with developmental disabilities through temporary, short-term care of the dependent person in the family’s home.

  • Facility

    Eagle Valley Children’s Home was opened in 1946 at the north end of Carson City Nevada.

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Our Team

Beverly Hennen

Executive Director
Beverly Hennen, Executive Director, is responsible for the overall management of Eagle Valley Children’s Home, and the oversight, planning, organizing and direction of all services offered by the facility. Ms. Hennen is a graduate of Ohio University with a BS in Speech and Hearing Science, and has been employed at EVCH since 1990.

Nancy Bazner

Social Worker
Nancy Bazner, Social Worker, is primarily responsible for all aspects of client admissions, discharges, funding, community contacts, and direct social services to residential clients. Ms. Bazner is a Nevada licensed Social Worker, with a BA in social work from Idaho State University. She has been employed at EVCH since 2005.

Donna Clarke

Program Director/QIDP
Donna Clarke, QIDP, is responsible for integrating, coordinating and monitoring our clients’ active treatment programs. She also oversees our quality assurance and volunteer programs. Ms. Clarke is a graduate of SUNY-Plattsburgh with a BA in Sociology, and has been employed at EVCH since 1994.

Donna Weidner

Human Resources Manager
Donna Weidner, Human Resources Manager, SPHR, is responsible for overall functioning of human resources services, policies, and programs for the Nevada Children’s Foundation, Inc. She is a graduate of Old Dominion University with a Masters of Public Administration, and has been employed by EVCH since 2014.

Please contact Brandy Runge-Rundell, our Respite Program Coordinator, for Respite Care Services