We know that exercise and eating well are important to your health, but did you know that your environment plays a major role? Learn more in this post.
During National Social Work Month, KVC Kansas celebrates the great impact social workers make in the lives of children and families.
Both severe autism and neglect led to Noah being incontinent and wearing diapers at the age of 11. When he entered foster care. KVC professionals located his father and safely reunited the two.
The parents of 8 children were facing substance use and mental health challenges. Find out how KVC Kansas helped the family learn to thrive.
After struggling with substance use, parents Stacia and Bradley worked hard to get healthy and reunite with their children. Read their story of reunification and love here.
When a friend’s two children had to enter foster care, KVC Kansas family therapist Misty Montague opened her heart and home to care for them.
In this story, see how KVC Kansas Receptionist Teresa Lora showed compassion and provided guidance to a mother experiencing domestic violence.
Learn how a KVC Kansas Case Manager was able to connect with a boy facing tremendous mental and emotional challenges through his love for skateboarding.
In her new role, Bass leads a team of 750 professionals who provide child welfare and behavioral healthcare services to 30,000 children and adults each year.
Shay Johnson is a family support worker with KVC. In this story, she describes a teen boy’s journey to finding the perfect forever family.