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Mission: The mission of Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky/CHNK Behavioral Health is to create holistic partnerships for health and wellness that are inclusive, innovative, and inspiring.
Serving Our Community:
Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky, also known as CHNK Behavioral Health, is a licensed, 501(c)3 healthcare provider in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Founded in 1882 as a traditional orphanage for youth, the organization has evolved with changing community needs. CHNK’s team of 100 healthcare professionals now provides trauma-informed mental health and addiction treatment services to nearly 4,000 children, adolescents, adults, and families in crisis each year. CHNK’s robust continuum of care includes therapeutic academic programs, prevention services, an intensive outpatient program (IOP), targeted case management (TCM), psychiatric residential care, and a family preservation program. CHNK also offers “10 Minutes with a Therapist,” an opportunity for anyone in the community to receive brief mental health counseling for free. Call 1.844.YES.CHNK (937.2465) for more information.
Rick W. Wurth, Chief Executive Officer
Crystal Leugers, LCSW, LCADC, MSW, Chief Programming Officer
David Howard, Esq., Chief Human Resources Officer
Debbie Rapier, Chief Financial Officer
Julie Raia, Chief Strategy Officer
Jeffrey Sackenheim, Board of Trustees President
Doug Chambers, Board of Trustees Vice President
Josh Ruth, Board of Trustees Treasurer
Other Ways to Help:
- Donate. Your financial investment allows us to provide mental health and addiction treatment services to youth and families who might otherwise not have access to such care, creating healthier, safer families and communities.
- Sponsor. Sponsorship of CHNK’s annual Charity Ball not only supports CHNK’s innovative programs but also shows others that you and/or your business are actively engaged in the wider community.
- Volunteer. By joining the Junior Board of CHNK, you become a member of a volunteer group that can trace its philanthropic roots back to 1935. The Junior Board plans and hosts the annual Charity Ball, fundraises on behalf of CHNK, and supports client-related activities and initiatives.
- Stay Informed. By following or “liking” CHNK on social media, engaging with our posts, and sharing our content, you help us reach more individuals who may need our services for themselves or someone they love. Find us on Facebook @CHNK1882, Twitter and Instagram @CHNK_1882, and LinkedIn at CHNK Behavioral Health.
200 Home Rd.
Covington, KY 41011