ThrYve youth Cobe Clemmons featured as KCK Young Champion Click Me for 2019 Thrive Honorees
The KU Center for Community Health and Development is administering a grant awarded to the KU Center for Research by the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health, which provides funding for this project.
Together Helping Reduce Youth Violence through Equity
Empowered Youth Thriving and Prospering in a Safe Community
To improve youth outcomes by coordinating community efforts to address risk and protective factors.
KCUR interviewed ThrYve youth for their thoughts on Quindaro Boulevard. “For Some Teens In Kansas City, Kansas, ‘Making It’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Making It Out’ “
In order to extend our outreach ThrYve now has a Facebook Profile! Please follow us to keep updated on what ThrYve Youth, Advisory Boards, and Action Teams are doing. CLICK …