We love hearing feedback like this:
"My case worker, Nikki Hutchenson, Director of Foster Care Ron Bertsch, and the children’s therapist, Emily Burch took care of me and my foster children with the most respect and professionalism anyone could ask for. The agency developed a great plan to help transition the children into their new home. The time and concern for these kids was so magnificent. How anyone can foster children without having this private agency for support, I don’t have a clue. This emotional experience was just handled with so much love and support for these kids. We are blessed to be a part of DCCH!"
DCCH strives every day to provide quality, compassionate care to children and families who have been impacted by trauma and bring them together for a bright, healthy, and happy future.
Congratulations to Sam and his forever family! After 1,401 days in foster care, Sam was adopted on Friday, November 2nd! It was a wonderful celebration surrounded with friends and family. We are so happy to share with you DCCH's 112th adoption!
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As DCCH celebrates National Adoption Awareness Month, we are happy to share our 110th & 111th adoptions!
On Tuesday, October 30th, Josiah arrived dressed to impress with his colorful new bow tie! He officially became a member of his loving family as DCCH's 110th adoption. Josiah and his family are looking forward to an exciting future together!
On Thursday, November 1st, John & Crystal finalized their fifth adoption! Chloe became a forever member of her family marking the 111th adoption for the DCCH TFC Program and third adoption of the week! We are so happy for the entire family! Congratulations!
Want to learn more about how you can #makeadifference? Call us at 859-331-2040.
On Wednesday, I got to tell Issac he is going to live in the same foster home as his sister.
Issac had written a beautiful letter for our Staff stating how he believes he has made progress and deserves to be in a family. Prior to writing the letter Issac, shared with his Therapist that he thought he was going to another facility. When the Therapist told him he didn’t need any more treatment and deserved to be in a family, Issac cried. He said no one had ever told him that before.