Counseling & Community Support

Counseling and Therapy Services for all ages, backgrounds, income and circumstances, offered in a community-based setting.

Children in Community Care

Safe, stable, residential group homes for youth and young adults in the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.

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

Balance

I love working for Key Assets. The company truly cares about their employees. Management is continuously looking for ways to improve things for employees, clients, and youth in their care. Our executive director is very involved in day-to-day activities and is very transparent. I could not ask for a better company to work for.

Lori Birch

Human Resources Director

Growth

The part of the job that is the most gratifying is being able to provide information to people that can help them make lasting and impactful changes in their lives and possibly in the lives of those around them. Working here allows me to have support to learn, and to be supported as a professional so I can continue to grow.

Aly Bryant

Behavioral Health Therapist

Support

Being a part of the Behavioral Health team has given me so many opportunities for growth in the field. The supervision, training, and support from supervisors and my co-workers have made all the difference in my practice. I am grateful and lucky to work for a company that truly supports and encourages everyone on its team.

Kimberly Davis

Clinical 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.

February 13, 2024

Embracing the Potential of Youth: Celebrating Youth Leadership Month

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October 3, 2023

ADHD Awareness Month: Recognizing the Signs of ADHD

October is ADHD Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects people of […]
September 14, 2023

Celebrating Child Welfare Workers: Why They Deserve Appreciation

Child Welfare Worker Appreciation Week is an important occasion that recognizes the dedicated professionals who work tirelessly to protect and improve the lives of vulnerable children […]

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