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Your financial support of DCCH helps Kentucky’s most vulnerable children.




Is Foster Care right for you and your family?


Family therapy and counseling


Visit the Therapy Center at DCCH. Mental Health Counselors are ready to help you.


Services include residential treatment, foster care, adoption, therapy and counseling services to meet all mental health needs for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families in Northern Kentucky.

DCCH Center helps rebuild the lives of individuals with traumatic, emotional and behavioral difficulties. Our unique, onsite personalized approach allows each person to thrive socially, mentally, and physically, and make positive, permanent life changes.

As a Trauma Informed Care agency, we place an emphasis on interventions, decision-making, and infrastructure designed to promote healthy relationships based on self-care, safety, compassion, and understanding of the unique experiences of children, families, and staff.

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Fox19 Shares Story About Swing Into Spring

Give Hope

Swing Into Spring Chair Bob Hoffer talks with Fox 19 Now about the event and how you can participate.

Watch Now!

After the interview, hop on over to dcch20.givesmart.com and check out all the amazing items up for auction, bid on your faves, purchase raffle tickets, or give a Gift of Hope by sponsoring a child! All proceeds from Swing Into Spring benefit survivors of child abuse and will #ChangeLives. Swing Into Spring runs until 10 pm on June 27, 2020.

Record Number Of Kids In Foster Care

Record number of kids in foster care

There are a record number of Kentucky children in need of a loving foster home. The DCCH Foster Care Team is ready to answer your questions and get you started on your fostering journey. You can even get trained via Zoom!

If you've ever thought about opening your heart and home to a child in need, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. today.

Mourning The Loss Of Jenny Jimenez

Mourning the loss of Jenny Jimenez

DCCH mourns the loss of a cherished former employee, Jenny Jimenez.

We were blessed to have Jenny serve as DCCH's Food Service Manager for several years. Her great sense of humor, her formidable culinary skills, and above all, her genuine concern for the kids in our care are all part of her legacy in this organization.

We are grateful for her dedication and service to the DCCH mission and extend our deepest sympathies to her family.

In memory of Jenny

Adoption Through Video Conference

Adoption Through Video Conference

Coronavirus restrictions aren’t just keeping families physically apart, it’s keeping them from being made.

Courts aren’t open to legalize adoptions right now, but the Galbraith family in Kenton County family found a way around that.


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Just keep doing what you’re doing because you guys are saving lives—not just the kids, but the families too!

I can truly say that DCCH is the best facility in Kentucky to serve kids. I can not thank you guys enough.