The newest issue of KVC Health Systems’ print magazine, Thriving, is available now online! Read below for some of the great content you’ll find inside.
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Angela shares how KVC Hospitals’ children’s psychiatric treatment saved her young daughter’s life, and how the positive experience led her to a new career in mental health.
With a growing waiting list for behavioral health and substance use treatment services, KVC Kentucky opened a walk-in clinic to provide same-day access to people in need. The organization is also offering high-quality mental health services online using telehealth.
Nebraska Researchers Partner with KVC on $4M Grant
Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are using a nearly $4 million federal grant to develop an intervention aimed at improving educational success for middle and high school students leaving foster care for permanent home placements.
For families who are in crisis and receiving child welfare services, a bed can often make a profoundly positive, life-changing difference.
To provide greater support to our KVC team members and increase employee retention, KVC has partnered with Gallup on a multiyear employee engagement strategy.
Over 123,000 children and teens in foster care are waiting to be adopted. A set of powerful new videos from AdoptUSKids show the rewards of adopting a teen.
Social Worker Plants a Seed of Hope in Struggling Single Mother
One of our team members thought she had failed a mother she was serving. A year later, she learned that the seed of hope she planted was growing and helping her thrive.
You can also visit our news archive to view past issues of our print magazine.
KVC Health Systems, a nonprofit behavioral health and child welfare organization headquartered in the Kansas City area, is a national leader in providing innovative, effective and compassionate care. The KVC team is working to create a world in which every person is safe and connected to a strong family and a healthy community. Each year, KVC enriches and enhances the lives of over 71,000 children, adults and families through in-home family support, behavioral healthcare, foster care, adoption, substance use treatment, and children’s psychiatric hospitals. The organization has 35 locations in Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska and West Virginia, and provides training and consultation around the world. Learn more.