Check presentation

We express sincere gratitude to the Lakeside Park/Crestview Hills Police Department. On June 4, they put on car show in partnership with Thomas More University who hosted the event. All proceeds from the event have been donated to DCCH Center for Children and Families. Officers from the police force, the mayors of Lakeside Park and Crestview Hills, and representatives from Thomas More University invited our executive director to the Crestview Hills City Building to present a check for $6500!

Women donate backpacks to foster children

Big THANK YOU to Women of Community Impact, Leading Ladies NKY, and Master Provisions for supplying fully loaded backpacks for children in foster care! The kids are excited to receive these amazing gifts.

You ladies are incredible!

Mother and son sitting outside

Awww, we love hearing great stories, like this, about former residents.

A Message from a State Case Manager:

I saw "Jacob" the other day. He is doing really well in his new foster home, is getting along with his foster brothers, and has made friends at his new school. He also finished the school year with all A’s and B’s and one C in math.

Therapist counseling a couple

We are growing! Our Outpatient Therapy Center has been receiving more requests for sessions, and we are looking to hire some more therapists.

Whether you or someone you know is interested in a part-time or full-time position, check out our Employment page for all the details.