Over 600 people from across Kansas City filled the Overland Park Convention Center ballroom for the 7th annual KVC Hero Luncheon on Wednesday, May 30.
The luncheon, taking place on May 30 in Overland Park, Kan., will raise funds while honoring and inspiring Everyday Heroes who support children and families in need.
“Foster Care: One Dog’s Story of Change” is a great new book written by Julia Cook that helps adults explain foster care to children.
As part of our commitment to client safety, quality care and transparency, we’re explaining the cause of our current technical difficulties. At this time, there is no indication that client information was taken or otherwise compromised.
Riverbend Center Supporting Higher Education, located in Montgomery, West Virginia, will be the nation’s first college campus designed specifically to support youth transitioning from foster care.
The 2018 spring/summer issue of our print magazine Thriving is available now! Here’s a glimpse at some of the great things you’ll find inside.
KVC Health Systems’ Care is a software suite of foster care, child welfare and behavioral health case management tools. Everything in Care is mobile-friendly which improves work and benefits families.
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.
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.
Everyone can do something to help a child or teen in foster care, and there are several different ways you can get involved.