The newest issue of KVC Health Systems’ print magazine, Thriving, is now available online here! This is a special anniversary issue commemorating KVC’s 50 years of heart-centered service to children and families. Read below for some of the great content you’ll find inside.
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A 50th Anniversary is a special milestone! See how KVC Health Systems celebrated and learn how you can get involved in helping children and families.
Hear from a few of our generous supporters: Paul Klayder, Joni Cooke, Laura Treas, Robb Murphy, Eric & Tonya Groves, Don Ransdell, Richard Webdell and 12-year old Maezee Khemraj.
Our new report is packed with statistics on how many children, adults and families KVC has served during the last 50 years, plus real stories from children and families served.
Does parenting leave you feeling frustrated? Want a stronger relationship with your child or teen? We’ve just released a free 13-part email series that includes 1-minute videos. Put them into practice today to become a calmer parent and create a more loving home.
While crisis is never welcome, KVC’s core expertise is helping people experiencing intense difficulties such as family crises or mental health crises. In short, KVC was built to help in times like these.
Catrina Brown, a therapist at a KVC children’s psychiatric hospital, shares how she helped a young boy begin healing from traumatic experiences.
Jesus, Arianna, A’Jaun, Taniya and Caleb are children who need adoptive families to provide them with safety, a sense of belonging and unconditional love.
Learn why KVC is centering on a new message about a deep and universal human need.
There are many more stories packed into this issue of Thriving. Check it out today!
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. Over the last 50 years, KVC has enriched and enhanced the lives of over 300,000 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.