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Camber Children's Mental Health

Hays, KS

Announcing our Newest Location: Camber Hays

Camber Hays provides a healing space for youth throughout in the state of Kansas with residential and inpatient care mental health services.

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Camber’s Life-Changing Work Environment: Cultivate Purpose, Belonging and Opportunity

Employees share the personal fulfillment from their work and how Camber’s benefits and supportive culture create work-life balance.

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Camber Announces Location of Youth Psychiatric Hospital in Western Kansas

KVC Hospitals will begin providing youth psychiatric hospital services in Western Kansas in early 2023 at a newly leased space.

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Governor Laura Kelly Announces Partnership to Bring Youth Psychiatric Hospital to Hays

Governor Laura Kelly announced today that the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) has reached a contract agreement with Camber Children’s Mental health to open a modern acute psychiatric hospital in Hays to meet the needs of youth in western Kansas.

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Fun Family Valentine’s Projects That Help You Bond and Cope With Stressors

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Make new memories by trying one of these family valentine’s projects and learn how arts and crafts can benefit your child’s mental health.

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Children’s Mental Health Week: How A Teen Girl Overcame Suicidal Thoughts & Found Hope

Read this moving story about a teen girl who found hope for her future with psychiatric treatment and was able to overcome suicidal thoughts.

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Children’s Mental Health Week: How A Teen Girl Overcame Suicidal Thoughts & Found Hope

Read this moving story about a teen girl who found hope for her future with psychiatric treatment and was able to overcome suicidal thoughts.

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To Address the Severe Bed Shortage for Children’s Mental Health in Kansas, KVC Hospitals Adds 92 Beds

Kansas youth experience waitlists and barriers to getting critical, life-saving psychiatric care. KVC Hospitals is addressing the bed shortage in Kansas to advance children’s mental health care.

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Inpatient Mental Health & Residential Treatment: What’s the Difference?

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.

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Inpatient Mental Health & Residential Treatment: What’s the Difference?

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.

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