4300 Brenner Dr. Kansas City, KS 66104
1507 W. 21st St. N. Wichita, KS 67203
3000 New Way Blvd. Hays, KS 67601
21350 W. 153rd St. Olathe, KS 66061
- How We Help
As the regional leader in youth mental health treatment, our innovative services help youth achieve health and wellness.
Learn how to admit your child to a Camber treatment location or make a client referral.
- Youth Disorders
Our free resources help you stay informed and educated about mental health, brain development, and childhood trauma as well as how Camber is working toward building healthier communities.
- About Us
Our philosophy is to provide collaborative, compassionate and effective care through the use of timely, individualized treatment planning.
Learn More About Us
We changed our name! We’re now serving our community as Camber, previously known as KVC Hospitals. Click here to learn more about this exciting change.
Camber’s Neuroscience-Based Initiative for Healthy Brain Development
At Camber, we focus on ensuring all children have the ability to develop healthy brains. Our programs, treatment, and innovations are built upon strengthening a brain’s architecture through positive interactions. Find out more about the programs we’re developing and the neuroscience-based initiative in the resources below.
Camber uses multiple treatment approaches to help children understand their own brains, actions, and responses to situations. In the Learning Lab, children and teens utilize various activities to strengthen their brains.
The ability to manage our emotions, remain calm and overcome tough situations is often the result of brain development in early childhood. The extent to which our childhood was healthy and supportive — or not — can affect a child or teen’s level of physiological brain development and our ability to handle life’s challenges long into adulthood. In the Learning Lab, Emotion Regulation (ER) drills are often used to help develop skills to better manage emotions.
The MakerSpace for Social Innovation is an activity for Camber employees to create tools and activities that they can use during their work with children and teens in care to help educate, connect and learn about the brain. The tools and activities created are all founded in science around topics like brain architecture, serve and return, toxic stress, executive function, and resilience. Learn more here.
- The Brain Isn’t Just Born, It’s Built
- Understanding the Link Between Adversity and Resilience
- How Exposure to Violence Changes a Child’s Brain, and How You Can Help
- Protecting and Transforming Childhood
- 5 Things Every Child Needs for Good Mental Health
- Healing From the Life-Long Effects of Childhood Trauma
- The Biological Consequences for Children Living in Poverty… and What We Can Do