A five-year child trauma study conducted with KVC Kansas shows how to help children in foster care.
Twenty years after his mother’s death, Prince Harry is opening up about how the loss has affected his life and his work to end mental health stigma.
The economy, national tragedies, technology and social media are impacting young people’s development, creating a rise in teen depression and anxiety.
Building Bridges Initiative joins forces with the Provider Exchange, a network of child welfare providers bringing additional expertise to improve lives.
The public awareness campaign aims at educating caregivers and communities on healthy child brain development, toxic stress and resilience.
Nearly 2,000 children and foster parents will gather for two days to learn about helping youth feel safe and connected, healthy brain development, resilience and more.
Showing interest and participating in your child’s hobbies and activities can deepen your bond, build self-esteem and open up communication.
During the March Madness NCAA tournament, KU Coach Bill Self is partnering with KVC to recruit new foster parents to care for children and teens.
Virtual reality has been introduced into mental and behavioral healthcare treatment, and KVC is showcasing this technology all around the world.
Astra Garner, Vice President of Program Services of Niles, will become President of the behavioral healthcare and child welfare organization on April 1.