Children’s Campus of Kansas City Blog
How Data Helped Reduce Food Insecurity at the CCKC
How does a simple assessment eventually feed dozens of families in Kansas City? At the CCKC, it happens through constant collaboration and communication.
Vibrant Health Provides Affordable Pediatric Care at the CCKC
Vibrant Health (formerly Turner House Clinics and KU Pediatrics at the Children's Campus) offers sliding-scale pediatric care to all members of the community in a comfortable, modern clinic on the first floor of the CCKC.
Dean Olson Announces Retirement
After more than 40 years in the field of human services, president and CEO of The Family Conservancy (TFC), Dean Olson, has announced plans to retire at the end of 2019.
Meet Lisa London, the New Director of Project Eagle and Educare
The CCKC is thrilled to introduce Lisa London, the new Director of Project Eagle and Educare.
Improving Access to and Quality of Child Care in Wyandotte County
The Start Young program aims to make it easier for families to access child care, and to improve quality as well.
Collaboration in CCKC
Educare Kansas City (Educare KC) is part of a national network that operates in 22 Educare schools. This network of schools collectively aims...
Preschool Literacy Program
Responding to local needs for better school success and complementing the District’s Literacy Plan, District leadership and the JGCP will begin implementing Literacy 3D...
Early Head Start and Educare Collaboration Expands CCKC Reach
In a community where nearly 40 percent of children under the age of five are growing up in poverty, the Children’s Campus of Kansas...
Parent Becomes a Passionate Voice for Head Start
Sosha's story is an inspiring testament to the successes that are possible when you match a program like Head Start with a desire to...
Helping a Young Mother Overcome Depression
Thanks to a partnership between Project Eagle’s Early Head Start home-visiting program and The Family Conservancy’s Moving Beyond Depression (MBD) program, Vicki’s home visitor...