Meet Intensive In-Home Services Clinician Kristi Quattrochi who shares how her role helps to strengthen families and what inspires her to help children and families in Nebraska.
Challenging behaviors in children and teens happen in all families. Learn what is typical and what might need additional support to overcome here.
Mental health is important at every stage of life. The early years are the best time for parents & caregivers to start building a child’s mental health.
All across our community, people are struggling with mental health issues. One way we can help ensure everyone who needs help finds the support they need, is by working to reduce the stigma around mental health. Here’s how you can help.
Each day, we work to make positive, meaningful change in the lives of children and families. To help serve more in our community, we’ve added two new services. Learn more about them here.
After answering a school principal’s call for help with a student, KVC Nebraska’s team’s unwavering commitment to enriching the lives of children was called upon.
Erin Curran is an Intensive Family Preservation Clinician with a wonderful gift for working with at-risk youth in the community.
This month and throughout the year, KVC Nebraska encourages all individuals and organizations to play a role in making Nebraska a better place for children and families.
By introducing other agencies to KVC’s Safe & Connected model, KVC helped one prominent juvenile justice agency reduce the average number of youth in detention by more than 10%.
In-Home Team Please help us in congratulating the In-Home team of Erin Curran and Elizabeth Horton on their nomination and receipt of the “Champion for Families” Certificate of Appreciation. Erin and Elizabeth were nominated by Nebraska Families Collaborative (NFC) Family Permanency Specialist, Bethany Dilts, and received their certificates at NFC’s quarterly Community Partner Meeting today. Recognition They were recognized for their […]