LATEST NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
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!
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.
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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We express sincere gratitude to the Lakeside Park/Crestview Hills Police Department. On June 4, they put on car show in partnership with Thomas More University who hosted the event. All proceeds from the event have been donated to DCCH Center for Children and Families. Officers from the police force, the mayors of Lakeside Park and Crestview Hills, and representatives from Thomas More University invited our executive director to the Crestview Hills City Building to present a check for $6500!