About

Bellewood & Brooklawn heals the hearts and minds of Kentucky’s most vulnerable youth and their families. Through a comprehensive continuum of care ranging from in-home services and outpatient care to residential treatment and therapeutic foster care, Bellewood & Brooklawn works to reduce disruption in children’s lives, help them heal from the effects of abuse and neglect, and promote wellbeing among families.

Seven Counties Services / Bellewood & Brooklawn provide a comprehensive continuum of care that helps vulnerable individuals find hope, make positive changes in their lives, and realize their potential. We serve more than 31,000 Kentuckians annually through mental, behavioral and developmental health programs, substance abuse treatment, crisis intervention, therapeutic residential treatment programs for youth, and therapeutic foster care.

History

Bellewood & Brooklawn came together in 2012 with the merger of Bellewood Home for Children and Brooklawn Child & Family Services, two organizations that now have a more than 170-year history.

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Locations

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How We’re Doing

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Our Leadership

Abbreial Drane

CPA, MBA, President & CEO

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Board of Directors

Chair

Curry Nicholson

Managing Partner, Magnate Wealth Management

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Supporters

The support of companies and organizations is integral to the success of Bellewood & Brooklawn. Thank you to our partners who believe in our mission and help make it a reality.

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“A loving Bellewood & Brooklawn foster family began caring for Destiny when she was a week shy of 2 weeks old. A year after being placed with her foster family, Destiny became available for adoption. The foster parents, unable to have children of their own, began the process to adopt Destiny. Although Destiny didn’t get a great start in life, her foster parents became her heroes, and they realized their dream of having a child.” – K. Blankenship, Bellewood & Brooklawn Staff