When a child enters foster care, child welfare agencies immediately seek out relatives or people the child already knows since they deserve to be in the least restrictive environment with people they are familiar with. Learn more about how this process works.
To help protect you and those close to you from suicide, it’s important to learn the warning signs and how you can help prevent it.
In this article, KVC Kansas President Dr. Linda Bass discusses the attainable methods we can implement to safely reduce the number of Kansas children in foster care.
Wondering who can be a foster parent? Or what does a foster parent do? Read this blog and download our free FAQs resource to answer those questions.
Ever wondered what the training classes are like to become a foster parent?. Read this post to learn how current foster families feel about the TIPS-MAPP class.
Children and teens in foster care often don’t have access to essential school supplies that are key to academic success, but here’s how you can help!
This is a big year for Kansas foster care changes – new leadership, new direction, and many changes in providers. Read this to find out what’s changing in the effort to strengthen children and families.
When Kansas teacher Adam Brown heard that two brothers in his school were entering foster care and needed a home, he overcame doubt and took them in. Learn more about their story!
During National Family Reunification Month, KVC celebrates families that have worked hard to bring their children safely home from foster care.
When this father started being honest with himself, he embraced the help of his KVC Kansas case manager in order to safely reunite with his son.