Read this heartwarming story about two KVC Hospitals team members patiently connecting with a child to teach him how to talk about emotions rather than get angry.
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Teen suicides are often misunderstood with many false understandings surrounding prevention and the root of the issue. We are setting the record straight on some of these common myths.
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.
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!
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.
KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital recognizes Taylor Penrod as its 2016 Volunteer of the Year at the United Way of Wyandotte County’s annual volunteer recognition dinner.
KVC Hospitals is actively participating in Resilient KC, an initiative of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce aimed at building healthy lives after childhood adversity.
The Diversity Matters Initiative Committee is on a mission to reflect the clients, families and communities in which we serve, while also cultivating diversity across all levels of our organization. Throughout February, the committee focused groups, events and activities around the celebration of Black History Month.
For children receiving psychiatric treatment at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital, living away from home during the holidays can be an unsure time. Kids may wonder “will Santa find me?” or “will I have gifts to open?” By donating gifts to a child who is unable to leave the campus or has nowhere else to go […]
Every Friday at 3:00 p.m., music fills the room at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital as professional instructors teach youth how to express their feelings and discover their strengths through dance.