Provide a meal with Meal Train

Our Residential Building was constructed in the early 1960's. And, while the children's bedrooms and common areas have been updated a few times, the kitchens have remained "retro." Thanks to a very generous donor, we are completely overhauling the kitchen spaces.

The only downside is the temporary loss of cooking space while renovations occur. You can help us through this time with minimal disruption by signing up to provide a meal through Meal Train. Click below to get cooking!

Meal Train for DCCH

Charles H Dater Foundation Supports DCCH

Sending out a huge "Thank you!" to the Charles H Dater Foundation for their generous $20,000 grant in support of our Targeted Case Management Program!

This new initiative will help at-risk children and their guardians access a variety of social services designed to keep them in their homes, instead of a foster or residential placement.

Click on the link to learn more: Targeted Case Management.

Bayou Band Comes To DCCH

Jack & Remy’s Bayou Band comes to DCCH! Author Joani Lacy and illustrator Debbie Kern visited us recently to bring a smile, story, and song to our Foster Care Support Group families AND the children living in our Residential Program. Their entertaining book reading, art project, geography lesson, and song emphasized inclusion and the importance of finding your unique gifts. Thank you!

Do you have a special talent to share with our Residents? We'd love for you to visit! This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Wait No More

There are enough Kentucky children in foster care to fill a football stadium; but it takes only one to fill your heart.

Join us Tuesday, August 20, 2019 for a special night hosted by Focus on the Family. Learn how you can foster, adopt, or support Northern Kentucky families providing services to children. The event will be held at the Florence Baptist Church begining at 6:00 pm.

Please visit to register today!