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Seven Counties Services Blog

15 True Facts About Foster Care

May 12, 2022 9:54:28 AM / by Seven Counties Services

When it comes to therapeutic foster care, there are a lot of myths and falsehoods that are untruthfully spread. Common misconceptions that we often see include therapeutic foster parents only in it for the money and that foster youth are irrevocably damaged. In our vast experience, this could not be farther than the truth! The foster families that we work with are bettering lives, and these resilient youth can live happy successful lives! To dispel some of these myths, our therapeutic foster care team has put together a few REAL facts that we hope you join us in sharing:

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Seven Counties Services Employees Join Kentuckianaworks for KW Conversations #6: Mental Health Careers and Representation

Apr 26, 2022 11:19:35 AM / by Seven Counties Services

We're proud to share with you that two of our employees at Seven Counties Services, Ludmilla Plenty, our Talent Acquisition Partner, and Kourtnee Seymour, our Master Therapist, were recently interviewed on the KentuckianaWorks Youtube Channel!

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Developmental Disability Awareness Month (Fatou's Story)

Mar 15, 2022 11:00:00 AM / by Seven Counties Services

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month! A time to raise awareness of the barriers that people with disabilities sometimes face and celebrate the contributions of people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (ID/DD). In honor of this important month, we'd like to share the story of Fatou Koivogui, her stepmother Kathryn, and her stepsister Annmarie.

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Black History Month - Pioneers in our Field

Feb 10, 2022 11:00:00 AM / by Racial Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (REDI) Workgroup

Celebrating Black History Month gives us the opportunity to highlight the pioneering work of black therapists, social workers, and doctors who made significant and often overlooked contributions to the field of mental health. People like:

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