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

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.


Sisters of Notre Dame Give Masks

DCCH has a special relationship with the Sisters of Notre Dame, Covington, Kentucky. Sisters have given selflessly in a myriad of roles at DCCH for decades. Recently, a group of talented sisters put their sewing skills to work and made over 100 masks for our Residents and Staff! We are beyond grateful for their generosity.

Thanks to Sisters Marie Sand, Mary Noella, Barbara, Cormarie, Ann Marie, Margaret Agnes, Pat Kenney, Mary Janet, SND Assosciate JoAnn McQueen, and Jana McQueen.

2020 Raffle Winners

We're blown away by your generosity! Thanks to your support, our Care for Kids Raffle was the most successful ever! We are so grateful for each and every one of you, and your commitment to caring for the children in our Residential Treatment Program.

Missed the big drawing? Scroll down our feed to find out who won!

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