Welcome to Key Assets Kentucky

Key Assets Kentucky specializes in offering support services in two distinct areas: residential treatment group home care for youth with autistic and/or developmental disabilities, and behavioral health counseling services for youth, adults and families in times of crisis. Key Assets Kentucky is licensed in Central Kentucky and believes in a brighter future for all Kentuckians. Through their two outreach programs, they seek to improve the lives of the clients they serve, and their families, by offering high levels of care and support in loving and hopeful environments.

Children in Community Care

Key Assets Kentucky’s group home care program, Children in Community Care (CCC), provides safe and stable home settings for young people involved with the child welfare system due to their diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and a developmental or intellectual disability (DDID). An individual with complex needs is often one with co-occurring diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities or Delays, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorder or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

Key Assets Behavioral Health

The goal of Key Assets Behavioral Health is to be the safety net for children, families and adults in times of crisis. Additionally, it is important to provide ongoing support following a crisis. This support may take many forms, including psychological assessment and/or testing, targeted case management, and individual or group therapy.

  • About Key Assets Behavioral Health
  • Autism Resources
  • Trauma Resources
  • Meet the Team
  • Referral for Services

What our Team Says About Us

Initiative

I like how friendly and supportive all the coworkers and supervisors are. I’ve never worked at a place that made me feel so welcome from day 1 prior to working for Key Assets. I also appreciate that upper management is open to new ideas and let you take initiative in problem solving and give you a lot of creative freedom. It’s refreshing to work at a place that makes you feel like your ideas matter and are willing to listen when you suggest a change to a process instead of making you feel that you have to do things “the way they’ve always been done.

Jacinda Lewis

Clinical Billing Supervisor

Balance

I enjoy working for Key Assets for so many reasons. I have an amazing team that supports me and truly cares about me as a person and not just an employee. I feel I am part of something that is much bigger than me in helping others. I also enjoy working for Key Assets because most days it doesn’t feel like work. I truly enjoy my “job” in serving others in hopes of bettering their lives. Lastly, this is the only job I’ve had where I truly have a work life balance. Having the ability to work from home allows more time with my family. There are so many more reasons, but these are some of the big reasons for me.

Samantha Adams

Targeted Case Manager Supervisor

Children

I like working for Key Assets because helping the children in this program lets me know that I have a purpose. I know without this program that the children they service may not have another safe place to live. To be a part Key Assets mission, to serve these children and provide a caring home is the kind of extended family I’m proud to be part of.

Celestine Sims

House Manager

The Latest From Our Blog

Be sure to check out our blog of interesting article and stories covering the issues, people and challenges affecting children, families, and our communities.

August 5, 2019

Back-To-School Child Prep Tips

By: Jennifer Hall For most kids, summer is a time for play, adventure, and family vacations. But with autumn fast approaching, now’s a great time to […]
June 27, 2019

Combating Secondary Traumatic Stress

By: Jennifer Hall According to the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, 6% to 26% of therapists who work with traumatized populations are at high risk for […]
June 20, 2019

PTSD In Children And Adults – A Public Health Concern

By: Jennifer Hall Many of us have heard the term post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), often in the context of military combat veterans suffering from the emotional […]

Accreditations & Affiliations

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