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.
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The cottages that house youth receiving psychiatric residential treatment at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital are getting a makeover. See how updating a living space can provide more than just fresh paint, it can offer a fresh start for children in crisis.
When a child or teen is struggling with emotional pain, friends and family often don’t know how to best help. Here are five steps you can take now.
Sometimes, professional help is needed for extra support when children or teens are struggling with anxiety, depression or trauma. Youth residential treatment can help. Learn more about it here.
When youth enter our residential treatment program, they are in the care of a dedicated treatment team. The Behavioral Health Technicians (BHT) help kids through their treatment plans and to overcome challenges. Meet Miquel, one BHT at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital who talks about the rewards of helping children.
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.
Children and teens can sometimes exhibit behaviors that might need professional help, and it might become confusing. Here’s some helpful information about psychiatric care.
18-year-old Jessica was convinced that Prairie Ridge staff would ask her to leave. But over time, she realized we would not give up on her.
A new 4 minute video features KVC Prairie Ridge Hospitals’ 75-acre campus and highlights the psychiatric inpatient and residential treatment services available to help treat youth.
Ashley Allen, coordinator for the Ellis County Salvation Army, collected over 300 suitcases for children and youth in foster care.