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Three Brothers

Once there were three brothers who spent 1,199 days in foster care, waiting for their forever home. The wait is finally over! Today, Adam and Meagan officially adopted the boys and completed their family. Adam and Meagan said they can hardly remember life before the boys and jumped immediately into their hearts. Adam, Meagan, their terrific friends and neighbors, as well as their extended family have had the joy of seeing the boys grow and flourish. Congratulations! All of us at DCCH are so happy for you!

Are you ready to be the next forever family? The DCCH Foster Care Team is here to answer your questions and support you on your fostering journey. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn more today.

Forever Family

Congratulations to this amazing family on their adoption! After two and a half years of fostering, with weekly visitations and intense efforts toward a plan of birth family reunification, unfortunately that plan was not reached. However, the next best option is when a foster family can and does commit to making their home a forever home. They officially added three beautiful and smart siblings into their family through adoption. The family just made their daughter an official permanent big sister too! They plan to celebrate their adoption by taking a road trip to visit Yellowstone National Park, when it is safe to do so. We are happy for you all and congratulate everyone on a foster care job well done; with a happy ending that is really just a new beginning!

The DCCH Foster Care Team is always looking for committed, loving homes for children in Kentucky's foster care system. We can even facilitate trainings via Zoom! Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn more today. The need is great; you CAN do this!

Kids raise money for DCCH

Donnie and Hanna McGuire loved that their children and their two friends decided to set up a treat stand in their front yard, to benefit the children living at DCCH. In less than three hours, they made $250, exceeding their expectations! The kids were so proud to deliver their donation to Ron Bertsch, DCCH's Director of Foster Care and Adoption.

On behalf of all the children at DCCH, we want to thank the McGuire family and friends, as well as their community for their kindness and generosity!

Adoption Through Video Conference

Coronavirus restrictions aren’t just keeping families physically apart, it’s keeping them from being made.

Courts aren’t open to legalize adoptions right now, but the Galbraith family in Kenton County family found a way around that.