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Former DCCH resident Deandre Alexander paid us a visit yesterday! Now 28, Deandre was in our Residential Treatment Program from 1998-2001. He was very complimentary of the care he received at DCCH and was amazed at how "small" his old surroundings seemed.
Deandre currently lives in Louisville with his three children and works as an accountant. We're thrilled to see he is doing well and wish him the best of luck!
By Vicki PrichardNKyTribune Reporter
During her time working with the Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home (DCCH) Center for Children and Families, Kathleen “Mimi” Borne watched foster children come into care with little or no belongings, and rarely with books of their own.
Read more: Foster children have books of their own, thanks to the DCCH ‘Book Lady,’ Kathleen Borne
UPDATE: We have fixed the issue we were having with our website forms. Please feel free to use them to contact us if interested in foster parenting, volunteering, outpatient services, or general inquiries about our other programs.
...And Really Need Your Help.
DCCH Therapists estimate over 90% of the children in our care suffer from anxiety and/or PTSD. Daily, focused therapy is critically important to each child's recovery and is the largest expense for our Residential Treatment program.