KVC Health Systems has released the Fall/Winter 2017 issue of its biannual print magazine, Thriving. The magazine contains stories from across the U.S. about creating healthy childhoods and healthy communities. Its 24 full-color pages are rich with inspiring stories of children and families who overcame adversity, helpful tips on parenting and relationship-building, and fascinating updates including:
- Family Is Everything: Parents Embrace Change, Safely Reunite with Daughters After Foster Care
- How the Opioid Epidemic is Literally Changing Kids’ Brains
- The Lydia Tree: How Unconditional Love Helped One Girl Heal from a Traumatic Childhood
- Everyone Must Play a Role in Suicide Prevention
- Want to Be a Better Parent? Learn to Identify and Regulate Your Emotions
- Sierra’s Story of Hope, Healing and Resilience
- KVC Releases 2017 Impact Report and Honors Anne Roberts
- Big Leap Forward: KVC Takes Possession of College Campus in West Virginia
- Business Forum on Workplace Diversity Features KVC Leader
- Niles Celebrates Opening of Renovated Campus for Youth Behavioral Health Treatment
- People on the Move
- Thank You for Helping Children by Supporting KVC’s 2017 Events
- And much more!
You can also visit our news archive to view past issues of the magazine.
Those who support KVC’s mission as foster families, adoptive families, donors, volunteers or other partners will receive a printed copy of Thriving. To be added to the mailing list, contact (913) 322-4900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thriving can also be viewed online here.
KVC Health Systems is a national leader in providing innovative, effective and compassionate care. Its services include in-home family support, foster care, adoption, behavioral health and children’s psychiatric hospitals. The organization has 1,600 caring team members working to make a positive, life-changing difference in the lives of children, adults and families. KVC is accredited by The Joint Commission, considered the gold standard in healthcare, and operates from 35 locations in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Kentucky and West Virginia. Learn more here.