Abused and neglected youth in the Piedmont now have somewhere else to turn for help. The Children’s Home in Winston-Salem has opened Stultz Cottage to house those youth who can no longer live with their parents. The Cottage will initially house six teens.
Having been empty for 26 years, Stultz Cottage was renovated by a Triad Apartment Association make-over which in two weekends repainted, decorated, replaced electrical and plumbing fittings, and outfitted the 10,500 square foot building. Several alumni who once lived in the cottage helped in the renovation.