The Kentucky United Methodist Children’s Homes

The Mary Kendall Campus treatment programs provide treatment services for adolescent girls ages 11-17 years old. These services include temporary Emergency Shelter and Residential Treatment. These are youth that are classified as non-violent juvenile offenders, who are often status offenders (beyond control, truant, runaway, etc.). Our Residential Treatment program provides more long-term intense mental health treatment for those who have typically been court ordered out of their homes, while the Emergency Shelter allows brief therapy for crisis resolution. The Mending Point Program provides community based assessment, case management and treatment services to youth ages 12-21 who live with substance abuse and emotional/behavioral disorders.