The Johnson Family: Then and Now


A poem by Barry Johnson (Foster/Adoptive Parent)

When I saw her eyes I fell in love
Makes you believe in a God above
Cause her eyes held all her pain
Shrouded with guilt and all of her shame

But her smile held all her hope
That somehow allowed her to cope
With years spent in that waiting place
And brought laughter to her beautiful face

Kentucky State Representative Kim Moser receives award

Congratulations to State Representative Kim Moser, legislator for District 64 and dedicated DCCH Board Member.

Kim received the “Champion for Children” Award from the Kentucky Children's Alliance for her long-standing commitment to serving children and families across the state. She was specifically recognized for co-sponsoring the recent House Bill 140, which promotes the expansion of and increased access to telehealth services for individuals in need.

We are grateful for her public service and blessed to have her as part of our DCCH Board of Directors!

Anxious woman sitting on floor

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the Therapy Center at DCCH is here to help.

We provide quality, compassionate care for children, teens, and adults via in-person or telehealth. Call 859-331-0821 or click to schedule an appointment today.

We accept private insurance and Medicaid.

Image courtesy of Joice Kelly.

Custom-made cakes for children

Lakeside Presbyterian Church has found a way to make birthdays for DCCH youth in foster homes a little more sweet.

Each month for the past year, a dedicated group of women and men have created customized cakes for a child’s birthday. They also provide party supplies and an individualized gift. The cakes have brought much joy and gave cause for many smiles!

Thank you, Lakeside Presbyterian, for making a positive difference in the lives of children and foster families!