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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.
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.
Kassi and Michael learned healthy skills to help them manage stress and be successful, both as individuals and as parents, in order for their daughters to safely return home.
Nearly 60% of Kansas children in state custody are safely reunited with their families, and the determination and success of these parents is something to be celebrated.
KVC Kansas has helped safely reunify 1,669 children with their families in the East and Metro Regions over the last year.
Danielle Bartelli, vice president of operations of KVC Kansas, will become president of the behavioral healthcare and child welfare organization on May 1.
A mom and dad who relied on yelling and physical discipline to parent their young daughter learn better strategies with KVC’s help.
Research shows that brain development happens in the first few years of life. The evidence-based Strengthening Families program maximizes this crucial phase of neurobiological and psychological development by teaching families parenting and communication skills.
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.