News Events

New Year, New Adventure: Kim Wilson Housing Opens Kim’s Place

2021 is off to an exciting start for the team at Kim Wilson Housing as they begin moving residents into Kim’s Place, their new congregate housing site.

Supportive Housing: Meeting People Where They Are

Tucked inside a modest brick building, a small team has been working for years to help individuals in Wyandotte County who have a history of being chronically homeless. The goal of Beacon Homes, a permanent supportive housing program, is to meet people where they are. The program provides affordable housing, as well as supportive services, to help adults on their journey to independent living.

2018-2019 Annual Report

View Wyandot Behavioral Health Network's Annual Report for 2018-2019. 

Brochures - English & Spanish

View printable versions of our brochure in English & Spanish.

Important Changes to Wyandot BHN Services in Response to COVID-19

Wyandot BHN is making changes to services due to COVID-19. 

Thank you, McDonald's of Bonner Springs!

The McDonald's of Bonner Springs shows their support for the people we serve at Frank Williams Outreach Center. 

Rental Assistance Available Through Kim Wilson Housing

Kim Wilson Housing has received an $80,000 grant from the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC) to provide rental assistance to low-income Wyandotte County residents. Applications for the rental assistance will be available from now until the funds run out.

Home for the Holidays

Last fall, a woman called Kim Wilson Housing to see if they could help find a home for her homeless brother. Jim (not his real name) lived with depression and had recently experienced a series of strokes that left him unable to work.

Kim Wilson Housing Celebrates 10 Years

This month, the Kim Wilson Housing Team celebrated 10 years of providing innovative housing solutions for the most vulnerable populations. KWH works closely with Wyandot Behavioral Health Network and many other direct service organizations that work with individuals experiencing homelessness, severe mental illness, disabilities and other challenges that make it difficult to find and maintain housing.

What is Permanent Supportive Housing?

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is an evidence-based practice, and has been proven to help vulnerable populations maintain housing.