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Prioritizing Your Mental Health During COVID-19
In case you missed our big announcement, we recently rebranded and changed our name from KVC Hospitals to Camber. Click here to learn more about this exciting change! As we continue to work through this naming transition, many of our resources still use our previous name. Camber is providing the same high-quality, compassionate mental health treatment, education and resources for our communities. Stay tuned as we work to fully transition to this new name.
Camber has created several free, educational, and therapeutic resources to help families connect and navigate through the increased stress, isolation, and uncertainties related to COVID-19. As national leaders in behavioral and mental health treatment for children and teens, our mental health experts provide a wealth of knowledge to help children and adults cope.
- How to Talk to Your Child About Coronavirus: From Child Mental Health Expert Annmarie Arensberg, LCSW, LSCSW
- Staying Active Together: How Your Family Can Build Stronger Muscles and Bonds During COVID-19 [VIDEO]
Become Part of Our Emergency Response Team
Our extraordinary healthcare professionals are working hard to provide life-saving treatment to children and teens struggling with their mental health. In these difficult times, we’re looking for incredible people like you to become an extension of our team by donating to our emergency response efforts. Learn more and make an online donation at kvc.org/emergencyfund.
Camber is accepting new clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide compassionate treatment for youth ages 6 to 18 who are experiencing depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, impacts of trauma, and other behavioral and mental health needs. To learn how your child can benefit from treatment at one of our inpatient acute hospitals or residential treatment centers, contact our Admissions team at (913) 890-7468. Click here to see all of our locations.