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.
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Amy Coppage is Director of Administration at Camber Children’s Mental Health Wichita. In this role, she supports the Executive Director and manages projects in compliance and quality assurance while streamlining business processes. She also has administrative oversight over the facilities and front desk departments.
With nearly eight years of facilities and office supervisory experience, Amy brings a variety of skills to her role and empowers team members to succeed. She also has a wealth of knowledge in strategic planning and diversity, equity and inclusion. Amy participates in the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA) where she previously served as Membership Development Chair.
Amy received a bachelor’s degree in communications with a concentration specific to business and corporate sectors from Southern New Hampshire University.
“I have a passion that drives me to be part of families and children’s journeys to gain a connection with each other and the resources they need to be happy and successful. I have always had a heart for service, specifically for children. When I found Camber and learned what they are about, I was so thrilled to be part of such an amazing organization. Not only do the mission and values of Camber mirror mine but I just can’t think of a better way to make a positive impact on the children and families in my community.” – Amy Coppage