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Archive for May, 2016:

Legacy of KVC’s CEO for 35 Years: Treat Every Child as Your Own

Wayne Sims with Sherry Love, Paul Klayder and Anne Roberts

Since 1980, Wayne Sims has grown KVC exponentially from a single home serving at-risk children in Kansas City, Kan. to a national organization serving nearly 60,000 children and families each year across the U.S.

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Family Problem-Solving: Turning Everyday Problems into Solutions

Problem solving

Turn problem statements into goal statements in order to convey your needs to family members and understand their needs as well.

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Healing From the Life-Long Effects of Childhood Trauma [VIDEO]

Healing from the life-long effects of childhood trauma

Addressing and treating childhood trauma improves outcomes for individuals, families and communities as a whole.

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Free Childhood Trauma Training Available for Kansas Schools, Districts Through NYU/KVC Center

KVC offering free training on childhood traumatic stress for four Kansas school districts

School districts in Kansas are invited to request free training for staff on childhood traumatic stress in order to become a trauma-informed school.

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Spring 2016 “KVC Matters” Newsletter Now Available

2016 KVC Spring Newsletter online now

Read the latest stories of how KVC is helping children and families across the U.S.

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