Walking into a children’s psychiatric hospital can be unnerving to children and teens at first. KVC team members go above and beyond to make people feel welcome.
Theo was struggling to communicate. With the help of patience and new skills, Theo learned unique ways to cope with his anger and began to be happy again.
Meet Behavioral Health Technician Michael who shares the rewards of his role at KVC and advice he would give the clients and families he serves.
KVC partners to work with Singapore on trauma-informed care and how to treat children affected by trauma.
No one had ever shown Mallory how to live with her disease. She was struggling, but one dedicated KVC employee showed her how to be healthy.
A young girl found her voice through the support and love that KVC’s caring psychiatric treatment team offered.
Youth receiving psychiatric treatment at KVC Hospitals have the chance to learn about their brain and develop skills to be healthy. Meet Adam who helps to teach these skills in the Learning Lab.
After experiencing abuse, Jonathan needed medical care. What he found went beyond just excellent medical attention, he was able to trust again and stop blaming himself.
Ivan had seen some traumatic things during wartime in Ukraine. When he immigrated to the US, he needed some help processing what he had seen and KVC was there to help.
At 9 years old, Megan had already been through so much. When she came to KVC Hospitals, she was looking for love and forgiveness. She found so much more.