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Testimonials
“He was dressed up very nicely and had a very nice personality. He was a great inspiration to Del and I and he was well behaved and he loved to listen to music… He laughed and his laughter bought tears of joy to your heart. He was very mannerly saying please and Thank you at the appropriate times. …he danced to the movie during transport and he made the trip a very delightful one. Giving up my Saturday was one of the best work days I have had because he was a great inspiration for me during the Christmas holiday.”

-State worker on transporting one of our residents
Upcoming Events
1/24/2015 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM

In honor of Sr. Jean Marie's 40-plus years of service to DCCH, we are thrilled to host a Celebration on January 24, 2015.  Join us for cocktails,...

DCCH Center for Children and Families

DCCH Center for Children and Families...Serving Kentucky's most vulnerable children.

DCCH Center for Children and Families helps rebuild the lives of children with traumatic, emotional and behavioral difficulties.  Our unique, onsite personalized approach allows each child to thrive socially, mentally, and physically, and make positive, permanent life changes.  Services include residential treatment, foster care, adoption, therapy and training services to children, families and residents in the community. 

DCCH Center has served children in need in Northern Kentucky for over 160 years, when a group of local citizens formed St. John’s Orphan Society. DCCH is located on a 83-acre campus in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, part of the Greater Cincinnati area.

 

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