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Niles in Kansas City, MO
KVC Hospitals’ track teams teach youth about the importance of physical health and engaging in outdoor activities to boost fun, creativity and connection.
Youth often struggle to engage in traditional talk therapy. Music therapy offers a different way for them to express themselves and work through emotions.
Throughout February, Americans come together to celebrate Black History Month and the many achievements of African Americans throughout our history.
Megan Brinker, Dietitian at KVC Hospitals, hosts a Kitchen Lab where she teaches the youth we serve healthy eating and cooking safety.
The youth receiving psychiatric treatment at KVC Hospitals created new memories and enjoyed many holiday fesitivities thanks to our 2018 Holiday Heroes!
KVC Hospitals Strengthens Senior Leadership Team to Expand Children’s Psychiatric Treatment in KS & MO
The leadership changes will help KVC Hospitals replicate its unique, effective model and expand children’s access to psychiatric treatment.
Sometimes, children and teens might need a different school environment to be successful. Learn how an alternative school can support youth learning at their level.
Many children and teens experience some form of trauma. With the help of compassionate, trauma-informed treatment, youth can begin to heal.
Throughout history, Niles has been a safe-haven for children and families needing support. Learn how Niles is doing since reopening 1 year ago and how they plan to remain a safe-haven for years to come.