SINCE 1978, THE CHILDREN’S PLACE HAS BEEN COMMITTED TO MEETING THE DEVELOPMENTAL AND MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS OF THE VERY YOUNGEST SURVIVORS OF ABUSE, NEGLECT AND OTHER TRAUMA. Within the Kansas City community and beyond, the agency’s specialized expertise in working with traumatized young children has made The Children’s Place a recognized leader in the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect.
Nurturing and promoting the healthy development of young children who have survived abuse, neglect and trauma by providing specialized services and family support, within a safe and caring environment.
Enabling the very youngest survivors of child abuse, neglect and trauma to function and thrive in their communities.
Our definition of Cultural Competency and Diversity:
Cultural Competency is the genuine sensitivity, acceptance and respect given to all people with the ongoing awareness and development of skills that foster effective and open communication. The Children’s Place will create a safe and caring environment honoring all individuals.
Diversity at The Children’s Place means the recognition of each individual’s potential and uniqueness for the fulfillment of the mission and the advancement/vision of the organization.