The Nathe Family

May is National Foster Care Awareness Month, and the Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home (DCCH), Ft. Mitchell, will be honoring local foster parents with a special dinner and recognition ceremony on May 22 at The Gardens of Park Hills. Two local foster parents, Tobias and Rachel Nathe, will be in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Nathe are parishioners at St. Anthony Parish in Taylor Mill and are currently serving as foster parents.

Geiman Family celebrating adoptions at courthouse

Dakota and Julia celebrated the adoption of their three little boys today!

The family sported matching shirts claiming April 17th to be Geiman Adoption Day. The three brothers were smiling and hugging all relatives and friends who came to celebrate with them. The extra special piece about this story is that during their fostering journey, Julia and Dakota were blessed with baby Nora. She now has three big brothers to look out for her!

Congratulations, Geiman family!

smiling little boy with glasses and yellow shirt

DCCH is proud to announce another adoption finalization. Bradley Allen joined the Duncan family with a big grin and joyous anticipation at the Kenton County Family Court Room. Ever since being placed in their foster home in August 2021, he has been awaiting this day.

Denise Govan, Executive Director of DCCH Center

DCCH Center for Children and Families is pleased to announce the selection of Denise Govan as the new Executive Director. Denise joins the DCCH family as the third Executive Director in the past 31 years. Sister Jean Marie Hoffman, S.N.D. held that post for 23 years, followed by Bob Wilson’s eight years leading the organization.