At KVC Kansas, we value transparency, openness and honesty. This post clarifies our role in the Kansas child welfare system and gives insight into key areas.
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Mental health is important at every stage of life. The early years are the best time for parents & caregivers to start building a child’s mental health.
When Alexia was removed from her parent’s care, Shannon and Leah committed to making a change and overcoming their addiction in order to safely bring their daughter home.
KVC’s Therapeutic Case Manager Vickie Winans will host a training on mental health for children in foster care. This training will discuss the important role mental health plays in a child’s life. This training will be webcasted and childcare will be available. RSVP to Tailor Dyke at 620-433-4563 or firstname.lastname@example.org
KVC will be offering a training on mental health for children in foster care. Vickie Winans will lead this training and discuss the important role mental health plays in a child’s life, especially a child in foster care. Childcare will be provided and this training will be webcasted. If you plan to attend this training, […]
Vickie Winans, Therapeutic Case Manager for KVC, will host a training on the importance mental health plays in the life of a child in foster care. This training will be webcasted and childcare will be available. Please RSVP to the worker listed below.
Danielle Bartelli, vice president of operations of KVC Kansas, will become president of the behavioral healthcare and child welfare organization on May 1.
The NAMI Family-to-Family program is a 12-week course that discusses the clinical treatment of various mental illnesses and provides the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope more effectively.
Do you have a success story you would like to share with others? KVC Health Systems wants to hear from you! We are seeking real stories from children, youth, families and staff nationwide about reunification, foster care, adoption, in-home family services, behavioral/mental healthcare, residential psychiatric hospital care, and other services KVC provides.
Social media is a convenient way to keep up with friends, family, and connect people with similar interests. It can also be a quick access point for children in care to connect with negative influences, inappropriate peers and adults, and fall victim to exploitation.