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Archive for September, 2015:

Exposing the Connection Between Social Media and Teen Suicide

Social media has greatly changed how we receive news, network with friends and colleagues, and keep up with the latest happenings. However, we have also witnessed the negative effects of social media and social networking, particularly with teens.

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The KVC Institute Shares a Big Idea for Transforming Foster Care in America

The KVC Institute for Health Systems Innovation today released its “Big Idea” campaign describing how public and private agencies and other stakeholders can transform foster care in America.

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Community Partner Helps Disadvantaged Children Experience the Performing Arts

KVC Health Systems’ partnership with the Kauffman Center benefits Kansas youth in foster care and those at a KVC children’s psychiatric hospital.

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Why We Need To Talk About Depression

Hear from one brave teenager who shared about his struggles with depression at a TEDxKids forum, urging people to talk more openly about depression and suicide.

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Kansas Intensive Permanency Program (KIPP) Safely Reunites Mother and Son

A Kansas mother’s relationship with her teenage son was in crisis. Find out how intensive services provided by KVC helped them understand each other’s needs and safely reunite.

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Heinen Landscape Partners With KVC, Ball Conference Center for Extreme Landscape Makeover

Landscape upgrade will raise interest in booking the Ball Conference Center for wedding receptions, conferences and special events. A portion of all events hosted at the BCC go to help Kansas children through KVC.

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KVC Golf Tournament in Kansas City Drives in Major Funds for Children and Families

Thanks to the generosity of our tournament chairs, sponsors, golfers and volunteers, we were able to raise a record amount of funds at the 2015 KVC Kids Classic Golf Tournament.

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The Inspiring Reason People Are Getting Semicolon Tattoos

A semicolon is used when an author could have chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life.

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