A historic agency working in Kansas City’s urban core will be strengthened as Niles Home for Children joins KVC Health Systems, enhancing service quality.
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Limit setting is a skill used to discourage and prevent problem behaviors. When the child behaves inappropriately, then they earn a negative consequence.
Non-profit organizations, child welfare leaders, philanthropists, engineers and leaders from the technology sector attended a two-day event to discuss ways to improve the foster care system through technology-focused solutions.
Good mental health gives children the ability to interact in social environments, follow directions, solve problems and manage their emotions.
Since 1980, Wayne Sims has grown KVC exponentially from a single home serving at-risk children in Kansas City, Kan. to a national organization serving nearly 60,000 children and families each year across the U.S.
School districts in Kansas are invited to request free training for staff on childhood traumatic stress in order to become a trauma-informed school.
Hollywood actors and professional athletes share what it felt like to be 18 in a new video to raise awareness of youth aging out of foster care.
Willie and Korie Robertson announced on Instagram that they are in the process of adopting a 13-year-old boy from foster care.
Social work is a helping profession and a very diverse field encompassing many different kinds of professionals who all serve people in need.
On October 30, over 200 donors, community partners and employees gathered to celebrate KVC Health Systems’ impact in the lives of children and families over the past year