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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.
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.
Please help #changealife.
We have remodeled the Therapy Center due to continued growth throughout the past four years. We have expanded the waiting area and added six additional therapist offices. Check out this video for a tour of the facility before your visit.