The newest issue of KVC Health Systems’ print magazine, Thriving, is now available online here! This Fall/Winter 2023 issue is packed full of stories about people finding the powerful human connection and help needed to break the cycle of adversity; live happy, healthy lives; and create bright futures. Read below for some of the great content you’ll find inside.
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COVER STORY – The Loneliness Epidemic: Cultivating a Culture of Connection
The U.S. Surgeon General recently released an advisory on the loneliness epidemic, calling attention to the fact that connection is a fundamental human need for survival. Discover how prioritizing connection with other people can lead to healing, support well-being and combat the negative health effects of loneliness.
Children’s Mercy and KVC Health Systems Form Joint Venture to Build New $53 Million Mental Wellness Campus
As our nation faces a mental health crisis, two leading children’s healthcare organizations have come together to build a new $53 million Mental Wellness Campus in Olathe, KS. Camber’s trauma-informed, neuroscience-driven inpatient mental health treatment model, combined with Children’s Mercy’s world-class pediatric care, research, and community engagement, will elevate mental health and community health outcomes for decades to come.
The adolescent years are a unique time of growth and change. Gain a better understanding of teenage brain development and learn how to promote healthy behavior.
Andrea Rishel, a KVC Case Manager in Kentucky, set out to gather some books for one family. But an outpouring of community support turned her mission into something much larger.
Fostering is one of many ways to help children in crisis. If being a foster parent isn’t right for you, you can still get involved. Find out how you can make an impact.
The expanded KVC Missouri team of 800 professionals now serves thousands of families each year at 20 locations including Kansas City, St. Louis, and Springfield. Learn more about the broader continuum of care KVC is bringing to Missouri and the positive impact our services are making.
Rachael, Trevor, Bre’Anna and Nicholas are each waiting for a loving adoptive family. Learn more about these youth, including their unique personalities, strengths and interests.
There are many more stories packed into this issue of Thriving. Check it out today!
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