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Impact Stories

Hope’s Story: Teen Who Attempted Suicide Gets Life-Saving Help at KVC Hospitals

KVC Hospitals is a nonprofit organization that provides children’s psychiatric treatment. The KVC Hospitals team serves children and teens ages 6 to 18 who are struggling with depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, aggression, self-harm, thoughts of suicide, and other mental and behavioral health challenges. Read this moving story about how Janny Sivilay (pictured above), a […]

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Connecting with Children as a Mental Health Nurse

As a mental health nurse at KVC Wheatland Hospital, Farrah Hendrix engages and connects with youth to help them heal from childhood trauma.

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The Lydia Tree: How Unconditional Love Helped One Girl Heal from a Traumatic Childhood

Lydia success story

Lydia experienced severe trauma throughout her young life. The dedicated team at KVC Hospitals helped her build upon her strengths, learn new skills and find healing.

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Single Mom Gains Confidence, Learns Healthy Skills to Reunite Family

Breanne reunification story

When Breanne’s children entered foster care, she embraced the support that was offered to her for becoming a successful and confident parent.

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