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.
The KVC Institute is driving work in virtual reality and how it can improve treatments. The results are being shared this week in Paris to the United Nations.
Astra Garner, Vice President of Program Services of Niles, will become President of the behavioral healthcare and child welfare organization on April 1.
We are honored to have 363 licensed social workers on our team along with hundreds more professionals who do supportive work with children and families.
Struggling to get your kids to listen is a common frustration felt among parents everywhere, but luckily, there is a solution.
Children who know what it takes to succeed in school are better prepared to succeed in the future when applying for college or pursuing a career.
The success stories that were submitted from clients, families and staff during our 2016 story contest highlight how our services enrich and enhance lives.
What makes KVC’s college concept unique is the combination of vocational training in high-demand fields along with specialized behavioral healthcare support and career readiness training.
Rita Holmes-Bobo will serve as Executive Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for KVC Health Systems, a behavioral healthcare and child welfare leader. She is also President of Niles Home for Children which is part of the KVC family.
A new study shows how stress affects health overall & the brain. Learn more about the study & how KVC is helping to treat children who experience stress.