FMPD Serves Lunch!

Members of the Fort Mitchell Police Department served lunch and mingled with our residents yesterday. Thank you for your service and your time!

Pictured: William Ryan, Joel Tignor, Brian Cornett, Bill Zerhusen, Jill Stultz, Andrew Schierberg, DCCH Food Service Supervisor Tabatha Lommel and Teresa Wehr.

School Creates Life-Long Learners

Children in DCCH's Residential Treatment Program attend Guardian Angel, our on-campus educational facility. Many children arrive at DCCH with learning deficits, achieving below grade level. The curriculum at Guardian Angel focuses on attaining grade level skills and behavior modification, with the goal of transitioning to a typical classroom when children complete our Program.

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DCCH is reaccredited by COA

DCCH was recently re-accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA)! COA is an international, independent, nonprofit, human service accrediting organization. Their mission is to partner with human service organizations to improve service delivery outcomes by developing, applying, and promoting accreditation standards.

Issac Has a Family

On Wednesday, I got to tell Issac he is going to live in the same foster home as his sister.

Issac had written a beautiful letter for our Staff stating how he believes he has made progress and deserves to be in a family. Prior to writing the letter Issac, shared with his Therapist that he thought he was going to another facility. When the Therapist told him he didn’t need any more treatment and deserved to be in a family, Issac cried. He said no one had ever told him that before.