As Kansas Family Partnership celebrates its 20th anniversary, the agency has embarked on a journey to innovate its work for the future. As national partners broaden their prevention work to encompass multiple influential behaviors throughout a person’s life, termed “behavioral health,” KFP will expand its prevention efforts as well. Numerous research studies have shown that substance abuse often impacts other behaviors in individuals of all ages. In addition to supporting substance abuse prevention across the state, KFP will provide opportunities to encourage mental health, suicide and problem gambling prevention. And while promoting positive behavioral health lifestyles among youth will remain a priority, KFP will explore ways for individuals to sustain healthy behaviors for a lifetime. See how you can support KFP as the agency works to innovate prevention for Kansas.