Social workers are caring professionals who help children, adults and families overcome difficult obstacles in order to live a healthy, successful life.
Some of the nation’s worst social problems arise from traumatic childhood experiences. In this 60 Minutes report, Oprah highlights a revolutionary approach.
Read these poignant stories of how nonprofit KVC Health Systems helped children and families who overcame adversity including child abuse or neglect, mental health challenges, or family struggles.
When parents become unable to care for their children, different types of foster care exist to meet the unique needs of each child and family.
The number of U.S. children entering foster care is rising while resources decline. This community problem requires a community solution.
New book “The KVC Story” details the world of child welfare and recognizes KVC employees, supporters, and the thousands of lives KVC has positively impacted.
The repeated stress of abuse, neglect or other family challenges can impact the developing brains and bodies of children, creating life-long effects.
If your child or teen has been expressing behavioral issues, utilizing counselors in your youth’s school or faith-based community is a great place to start.
Funds raised will help children and families KVC serves with in-home family support, behavioral health, foster care, adoption and children’s psychiatric hospitals.
KVC’s Gala at the Station on Friday, November 10 will benefit over 12,000 children who have experienced abuse, neglect or other family challenges.