Johnson has been with the organization for 17 years, most recently as Executive Vice President of Business Information Technology.
More than 550 people from all over the Kansas City metro filled the Sheraton Overland Park Hotel ballroom for the 6th Annual KVC Hero Luncheon on Thursday, June 15.
The luncheon provides an exclusive opportunity to get insider commentary on the upcoming basketball season and be inspired to be a hero for local children & teens who have experienced abuse or neglect.
Answering this question gives us a chance to tell you both about our history and our future… where we’ve been, and where we’re going.
KVC has transformed its twice-a-year print newsletter into “thriving,” a magazine featuring inspiring stories, helpful tips and fascinating updates.
A five-year child trauma study conducted with KVC Kansas shows how to help children in foster care.
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.
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.