Having support is an important aspect of being a foster parent. However sometimes foster parents fear they are alone or their voices are not heard. To help alleviate these fears, the National Foster Parent Association (NFPA) as well as the Kansas Foster and Adoptive Parent Association (KFAPA) offer a variety of resources to improve the foster parent experience.
KFAPA was formed in 2007 as the official state of Kansas affiliate for NFPA. Their goal is to help families have access to support, resources and information regarding the fostering process. For more information on KFAPA, click here.
NFPA supports thousands of foster parents nation wide in achieving safety, permanence and well-being for the children and youth in foster care. To find out how to become involved, click here.
Please visit the NFAPA and KFAPA links above for additional information.