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Connecting People to Resources

As part of our community outreach, The Kim Foundation is involved in many parent-teacher conferences in the spring and fall. The Kim Foundation is busy this week working resource booths at four different middle schools during their parent-teacher conferences.

The Kim Foundation’s Community Outreach Program

Over the past couple of weeks, The Kim Foundation has had the opportunity to present to the entire student body at Lewis & Clark Middle School in the Bellevue Public School District. We reached over 600 students with our message of mental health awareness and suicide prevention.

Telepsychiatry to Treat Mental Illness

Telepsychiatry has become a growing service around the country. It allows for more access to care for those living in remote areas and for those who need help at any hour of the day. Typically, patients will video conference with their doctors for evaluations and to manage their medication.

New Year’s Resolutions and Mental Health

Once the New Year begins, most of us are ready to join a gym, organize our homes, or even start budgeting our money better. All of these pursuits are important ones, but how many of us include getting mentally healthy in our list of New Year’s resolutions?

The Kim Foundation’s Year in Review

2016 was a great year for The Kim Foundation to celebrate 15 years of making a difference in our community. We take time to reflect on the past year's accomplishments and growth by remembering our biggest moments from 2016.

National Family Caregivers Month

During the month of November, we take time to recognize the caregivers across the country. The family members and friends who spend countless hours providing care to relatives or loved ones are honored for their selfless acts of love and kindness. There are an estimated 90 million caregivers in our nation and this

Mental Illness is not a Halloween Costume

Every Halloween it seems that mental illness is unfortunately brought up as a form of entertainment. Whether it is in haunted houses, movies, or the costumes that people purchase, mental illness is especially stigmatized during this season.

Mental Health and the Workplace

People have started talking more openly about mental illness which definitely shows a shift from recent years. For most people though, fully understanding mental illness remains difficult. In the workplace especially, there are a lot of people who still regard mental illness as more of a character flaw rather than an illness.

A Successful Start to the School Year

The end of summer and the beginning of a new school year can be a stressful time for children, as well as their parents. The thoughts of a new school, dealing with different social settings, a new teacher or the possibility of a tougher academic year are all worries. It is that feeling

Talking to Kids about Tragic Events

Sadly, the world we live in today is filled with attacks by terrorists, mass tragedies, and much violence. We feel bombarded by the images we see each day and are faced with the issue of protecting our children during these trying times. As parents, we wonder what to tell our kids and how