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The kids at DCCH need people like you to help restore their hearts and minds. Learn more about ways you can give them courage.

WAYS TO HELP

Services include residential treatment, foster care, adoption, independent living, targeted case management, 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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Amazon Wishlist

Amazon Wishlist

Looking for a quick and simple way to support the kids living at DCCH Center? Check out these amazing ideas from the kids on their Amazon Wishlist

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DCCH Welcomes The Elks

Elks group with DCCH Center Executive Director Bob Wilson

Sincere gratitude to members of the Improved Benevolent Protective Order of ELKS of the WORLD who visited on Wednesday evening to donate welcome bags for our current and future residents, meet our children in the residential program, and learn more about the mission of DCCH. Their message of faith, service, and positivity were inspiring to our kids and staff alike.

Thank you, Elks!

Help with Respite Care

Mother and children watching movie on laptop

Not ready to take on the full time commitment of foster parenting? Learn about becoming a respite provider! Respite providers support foster families by providing childcare on a short term basis.

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DCCH To Host Payton's Lemonade Stand

Payton's Lemonade Stand logo

On July 30th, the McGuire foster family and Foster Care Director Ron Bertsch will be serving lemonade from our festival grounds barn, coinciding with our Saturday morning Flea Market and Farmer’s Market.

Peyton’s lemonade stand has chosen DCCH as one of many grant recipients. Funds will go toward refurbishing our visitation rooms for the children in DCCH foster care and residential programs.

Come out and see us!

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Link takes you to our Facebook event page.

Testimonials

I wanted to take a minute to share with you how AWESOME Kelly Lightner (Therapy Center Therapist) has been to our family. Kelly is responsive and supportive of us as we navigate our daughter’s big emotions, always able to provide the right words and holds space in the hard times. Our daughter considers Kelly a friend.

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.