During the MTV Video Music Awards this year, one rapper used his performance it as a platform to talk about suicide prevention awareness. Learn more here.
When children learn about how the brain works, it can help them understand their own brain. KVC Hospitals’ staff work to create tools to better communicate how the brain works with kids in our care. Learn more here.
A recent study shows that teen suicide rates have doubled over the last decade. Read the blog to learn more about the study results, causes & how you can help.
Join us at the Niles ribbon-cutting on July 7, 2017 to celebrate the opening of our renovated facility for youth residential and day treatment programs in Kansas City, Missouri.
KVC is partnering with Resilient KC for a free Resiliency Rally at Arrowhead Stadium. Please join us and the Kansas City community to learn about resiliency and have fun!
Astra Garner, Vice President of Program Services of Niles, will become President of the behavioral healthcare and child welfare organization on April 1.
We want to thank those who work tirelessly to shape KVC every day and help those we serve. Last month we honored Anne Roberts. Read more here.
In a powerful new documentary, three people share their struggles of living with mental illness and how speaking about it transformed their lives for the better.
Each year, KVC Wheatland Hospital recognizes the great staff accomplishments at the annual Wheaties Award ceremony in Hays, Kansas.