The 2018 fall/winter issue of our print magazine Thriving is available now! Here’s a glimpse at some of the great things you’ll find inside.
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In the U.S. there are more than 120,000 children and teens who are waiting for forever families. In November, KVC Health Systems will facilitate over 100 children’s adoptions.
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.
In the latest issue of Thriving, KVC Health Systems provides inspiring stories of children and families who overcame adversity, helpful tips and more.
More than 110,000 U.S. children in foster care are waiting for loving adoptive families. KVC Health Systems will facilitate nearly 100 children’s adoptions this November.
Hear real-life examples of how KVC is touching lives through in-home family support, reunification services, foster care, adoption, behavioral healthcare and psychiatric hospitals.
Wayne Sims, who grew the organization exponentially over the past 35 years, will retire at the end of 2015 and leave a legacy of caring.
On May 22, 2015, KVC Health Systems will celebrate the opening of the new KVC Institute in Olathe, Kansas.
KVC Health Systems has launched a national #NeverStopCaring initiative to bring awareness to the national crisis of youth aging out of foster care and propose the creation of a specialized career college.
Initiative Aims to Transform Closing Naval Base into Career College for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care
If the proposal comes to fruition, the ensuing Sugar Grove College could become a new national model for how to help a vulnerable population while saving and creating jobs.