Loreal Gives Back

Here at DCCH, we're lucky to sit on over 80 acres of land. We're also lucky to have amazing groups of volunteers help us take care of those 80 acres.

Recently, employees of L'Oréal Group rolled up their sleeves and transformed our campus! They created a Meditation Garden for our Residents to enjoy (among other projects.)

Thank you, L'Oréal for your time and talent!

Your workplace can volunteer at DCCH too! Contact Vicki Boerger, Volunteer Coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thank you

Thank you to the Charles and Ruth Seligman Family Foundation for their generous $10,000 grant in support of our Residential Treatment and Behavioral Therapy Program!

This grant will provide food, clothing, specialized education, and therapy for the 40 survivors of child abuse living at DCCH.

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The Power of Voice

It’s been said that words matter. They do. When you speak, it’s important to use the power of your voice for good. The children at DCCH haven’t always heard positive words from the voices in their lives.

We’d like to share Katie’s story in “her own voice" in this season's newsletter.

Endow Kentucky

There are few priorities that rate higher for Holly Mazzocca than her commitment to helping area children through involvement with the DCCH Center for Children & Families in Fort Mitchell.

The Villa Hills native is a promising young leader in NKY. This is her home and she’s willing to invest in its future. She’s going to take the opportunity to do just that on July 1.

That’s the date that $1 million in tax credits become available through the Endow Kentucky Tax Credit program. One of just a few states that offers such a program, Kentucky’s plan is a high-value opportunity to build long-term support for charitable efforts you care deeply about.