- About Us
Each year, KVC serves over 12,000 children and families across Kentucky! At KVC Kentucky, there is strong emphasis in the therapeutic implementation of evidence-based therapy, assessments and programs.
- Programs and Services
Our Family Preservation & Reunification Services help strengthen families and keep children safely at home rather than entering out-of-home care. Now offering Telehealth options.
Our foster care program allows you to make a positive difference in a child’s life by opening your home and heart to a child when they need it the most.
Innovative, evidence-based mental and behavioral health services delivered in the home and community of our clients. Now offering Telehealth options.
- Training and Consultation
KVC Kentucky, headquartered in Lexington, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit child welfare and behavioral healthcare organization that provides behavioral health services, foster care, family preservation and reunification, and other family-related services. Our services are in-home, strengths-based, and driven by a focus on the safety, permanency, and wellbeing of the child and family. Each year, KVC Kentucky serves more than 12,000 children and families in eight regions of the state. (Learn what KVC stands for.)
KVC has a rich 17-year history of service provision in Kentucky and our work with the children and families of Kentucky is enhanced by continuous quality improvement. We value dignity, respect, honesty and integrity. We deliver our innovative and effective services in a culturally-sensitive manner, respectful of a child and family’s strengths and values.
KVC Kentucky is accredited by The Joint Commission, which is considered the gold standard in healthcare. Our nearly 235 passionate, dedicated staff work from eight locations across Central, Eastern, Northeastern and Northern Kentucky to help strengthen the lives of individuals and families each day.
KVC Kentucky is a proud member of the Kentucky chapter of the Children’s Alliance.
The organization is a subsidiary of KVC Health Systems which directly touches the lives of over 60,000 children each day in five states and Washington, D.C.