- About Us
KVC Kentucky is a 501(c)3 nonprofit child welfare and behavioral healthcare organization that provides mental and behavioral health services, family preservation and reunification, and other family-related services.
Who We Are
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
At KVC, we want every child and adult to be safe & connected to a strong family and a healthy community. We’re proud to be a leader in innovative, effective and compassionate care.
Behavioral Health Services
Innovative, evidence-based mental and behavioral health services delivered virtually, in the home and in the communities of our clients.
Family First Prevention and Reunification Services
Clinical services designed to help strengthen families and keep children safely at home or reunify children who have been removed to foster care or other residential treatment settings.
- Training and Consultation
Overview of Services
Throughout the state, nearly 20 percent of Kentuckians are in poverty, and many struggle to meet basic family needs. In addition, Kentucky residents struggle with mental health issues at a higher rate than the national average. When untreated, illnesses like depression and anxiety can lead to substance use, suicidal thoughts and other health concerns.
KVC Kentucky is a private, nonprofit organization that offers a range of community-based services for children and families. Our team of professionals collaborate with a wide range of partners from state leaders to community members, and advance child and family wellbeing in measurable, meaningful ways. KVC Kentucky is a part of KVC Health Systems, a family of nonprofit organizations working to ensure every child is safe and connected to a strong family and a healthy community.
For over 22 years, KVC Kentucky has provided an array of services that target the problems that families face. We positively impact the lives of over 12,000 children and families each year by providing in-home behavioral healthcare, substance use treatment and family preservation and reunification services. KVC Kentucky is committed to strengthening and supporting the well-being and vitality of Kentucky’s children, families and communities through our high-quality, impactful services designed to empower clients by building on their unique strengths.
Services We Provide
Family Strengthening Programs
We bring in-home support to families experiencing mental health distress and trauma to help them safely stay together or reunite. Our services include Family First Prevention and Reunification and Kentucky Strengthening Ties and Empowering Parents.
Mental and Behavioral Health Services
We provide mental and behavioral health treatment using a wraparound approach to best meet each individual’s unique needs. We work in families’ homes, schools, communities and virtually to support them in making healthy and positive changes.
Substance Use Treatment
We provide evidence-based substance abuse assessments and treatment to youth and adults. Our services include outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment options. We also have a walk-in clinic that provides immediate assistance and directs individuals to the treatment that will best meet their needs.
Child Welfare Case Assistance through Family Referral and Support
This innovative public-private partnership in Jefferson County (Louisville) is designed to provide support to DCBS in completing family assessments, connecting families with needed community services and resources, and strengthening the safety, permanency and well-being of at-risk children and families.
We need your help! You can make a positive difference for children and families:
- Volunteer your time to help children and families directly
- Donate financially or give essential items or fun gifts
- Advocate for children and families by following KVC Kentucky on Facebook and joining our email list.
- Contact us to discuss new partnerships, creative collaborations, or any problem you’d like to solve related to child and family wellbeing.