LATEST NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
DCCH is hosting public information meetings on September 12, 2023 and October 9, 2023 on our campus. Our Team will share general foster care and adoption info AND how you can start the process of becoming a foster/adoptive parent with DCCH Center, all in a no-pressure atmosphere.
St. Mary of the Assumption Church was the latest site for DCCH Center for Children and Families to inform parishioners of the many services the agency offers. Most urgent is the message that more foster and adoptive parents, mentors, and respite providers are being sought for the youth in Northern Kentucky. Prior DCCH foster/adoptive family, Kevin and Maria Stanton with daughters Ryann and Anna were on hand to help share information and pass out St. Joseph – foster father of Jesus prayer cards. DCCH is looking for more opportunities to partner with other churches to help spread the word.
May is National Foster Care Month, so please thank a foster/adoptive parent you know, say a prayer for them and help us recruit good people to care for all the children in the foster care system. For more information on how you can help, give our team a call!
Dakota and Julia celebrated the adoption of their three little boys today!
The family sported matching shirts claiming April 17th to be Geiman Adoption Day. The three brothers were smiling and hugging all relatives and friends who came to celebrate with them. The extra special piece about this story is that during their fostering journey, Julia and Dakota were blessed with baby Nora. She now has three big brothers to look out for her!
Congratulations, Geiman family!
DCCH is proud to announce another adoption finalization. Bradley Allen joined the Duncan family with a big grin and joyous anticipation at the Kenton County Family Court Room. Ever since being placed in their foster home in August 2021, he has been awaiting this day.