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KidsPeace 2023 Annual Report Published

By March 19, 2024No Comments
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For the past several years, KidsPeace and other mental healthcare providers have faced a dilemma that arose in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic: a dramatic rise in demand for services coupled with a severe shortage of available workers, resulting in limits on needed help for many children and families as the pandemic’s pressures eased.

But in 2023 KidsPeace noted progress in addressing this dilemma, through a combination of workforce strategies and program advancements.  

The organization’s 2023 Annual Report, published this week, details these efforts and their success in advancing the KidsPeace mission of providing Hope, Help and Healing to children, adults and those who love them.  They include improved salaries/pay rates and benefits offerings, and updated recruitment, training and engagement strategies, along with advancements in programs across the KidsPeace Continuum of Care.

The report also notes KidsPeace saw increases in program admissions, number of clients served and episodes of care delivered in 2023 over 2022’s levels – along with significant improvement in severity of symptoms among its clients, and continued high rates of satisfaction in client surveys.  

As in years past, more than four out of every five dollars spent by the organization in 2023 went toward programmatic expenses related to providing care and treatment to those in need.

To learn more about KidsPeace’s challenges and successes in 2023, go to and download a copy.

Bob Martin

Bob Martin is the Director of Communications at KidsPeace. 800-25-PEACE, ext. 7797 |