Devou Park Campus
Originally located in downtown Covington, Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky moved to Devou Park in 1925. Nestled on over 25 acres of private property, our Devou Park campus provides a serene, therapeutic environment for kids in treatment. Youth on this campus attend Covington Independent Public Schools.
Serving as our main campus out of which all our administrative services operate, as well as our PCC residential treatment program, SUD residential treatment program, and therapeutic day school, the Devou Park campus houses four buildings:
- Two residential cottages for youth in our Private Child Care (PCC) residential treatment program
- One residential cottage for youth in our Substance Use Disorders residential treatment program
- Our historic administration building, which is a Hannaford & Sons designed structure that boasts four floors of treatment and office space
The campus also offers a basketball court and an expansive front lawn for a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities.
Within walking distance, youth in treatment also have access to a lake for fishing, a band shell that offers season musical performances, the Behringer-Crawford Museum, and multiple playgrounds.