- About Us
KVC Missouri is a nonprofit passionate about strengthening families, preventing child abuse and neglect, and helping people achieve mental wellness. Learn about KVC Missouri.
At KVC, we want every child and adult to be safe & connected to a strong family and a healthy community. We’re proud to be a leader in innovative, effective and compassionate care. See our services and programs overview.
- Positive Impact
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Each year, KVC Missouri helps tens of thousands of children and adults create positive, lasting change in their lives. Since Great Circle became part of KVC Missouri on April 1, we’re working on putting together a complete picture of our combined teams’ positive impact.
Every day, our team of 800 child welfare and children’s mental health professionals give their best because the heart of our work is helping people. We strengthen families in crisis, prevent child abuse and neglect, and help both children and adults achieve mental wellness.
Over the last year, we helped in some big ways:
- 8,886 children’s and adults lives positively impacted total
- 1,540 people served through community-based services that strengthen families and support mental wellness
- 575 youth received children’s mental health support in residential treatment
- 445 students learned at our K-12 therapeutic schools
View KVC Missouri’s 2022 Impact Report (Our next report in Oct. 2023 will incorporate the impact of Great Circle, which is now part of KVC Missouri.)
Why I Support KVC: Meet Eric and Tonya Groves
When he was a child, Eric Groves’ father was helped by KVC Niles in Kansas City, MO. It was a home for children, and has since grown to be a leader in children’s mental and behavioral health treatment. With that childhood support, his father grew to be an influential leader in the community. Now, Tonya and Eric Groves are strong supporters of KVC Missouri because of its positive impact in the lives of children and families.
Youth and Family Success Stories
A 12-Year-Old Boy Experienced a Lifetime of Grief and Loss. His Therapist Helped Him Heal
After experiencing the loss of his home, pets and his parents’ divorce, this 12-year-old boy needed a caring person to help him process grief. Read more about his story here.
Jay was a junior struggling in school. But once he transitioned to Niles Prep, a therapeutic alternative school, he got the help to achieve his dream of high school graduation.
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