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MYTH: People will assume there is something wrong with you if you seek counseling.

FACT: It takes courage to call a counselor. They help people work through many life circumstances, and they welcome all clients. Counselors hold a nonjudgmental space in which clients are encouraged to be open and honest about their situations in order to gain a full understanding of what is going on and how they can best help.

There is help out there. Trained therapists are ready to assist you through these issues. Contact The Therapy Center at DCCH and we will see you within a week!

Join the HALO League

Do you want to volunteer at DCCH, but are unsure of the time commitment or nervous about getting started?

The HALO (Helping All the Little Ones) League provides fun activities like holiday parties, cookouts, community outings, and other special events for the children in our Residential Treatment Program. Meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 7pm on the DCCH campus.

All are welcome! Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn more.

Bill Miller Leads Fort Mitchell's Parade

Congratulations to Bill Miller on being the Grand Marshall at this year's 4th of July Parade in Fort Mitchell! Mr. Miller has been part of the DCCH family his entire life, and continues to volunteer with us every week. A more deserving man to honor, we cannot imagine.

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MYTH: You have to have a mental illness to go to counseling.

FACT: While is true that some people have severe mental illnesses and work with counselors to manage symptoms, counselors also help others work through everyday problems like relationship issues, sadness, grief, and career transitions.

There is help out there. Trained therapists are ready to assist you through these issues. Contact The Therapy Center at DCCH and we will see you within a week!

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