During National Social Work Month, KVC Kansas celebrates the great impact social workers make in the lives of children and families.
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In her new role, Bass leads a team of 750 professionals who provide child welfare and behavioral healthcare services to 30,000 children and adults each year.
Everyone can do something to help a child or teen in foster care, and there are several different ways you can get involved.
Over the course of National Adoption Month, KVC Kansas helped facilitate more than 100 adoptions through the state. Check out some of these amazing stories!
A program designed to reunite families faster has been exceeding expectations for children and families in need throughout Kansas.
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.
Every year, KVC Kansas reaches out to the community to supply the children and families we serve with new school supplies. See this year’s amazing results!
Volunteers play an important role in the lives of youth. Here are a few ways volunteering can help children and teens in need.
Recently, KVC Kansas began a pilot initiative called Safely Home that’s intended to reunite low-risk families with their children in a more timely manner.
Phyllis and Eric Watson of Gardner, KS went from a family of 2 to 6 when they fostered and later adopted four siblings with support from KVC Kansas and the Kansas Department for Children and Families.