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.
Keeping Families Safely Together
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.
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.
A radical reform of the foster care system has been long overdue. The Family First Prevention Services Act is just that. Here is how your agency can implement it and help families.
Read our blog for 5 ways your church’s members can come together to help strengthen Kansas families and support at-risk youth.
Child abuse is a growing epidemic that can happen anywhere and to anyone. Make sure you know the signs of child abuse and neglect and make a report if you suspect a child is being abused or neglected.
In this moving story, one KVC employee and foster mom shares some of her experiences as a caregiver to children in need. Read how it has changed her life!
In this story, a mother who was struggling with mental health issues recounts how she worked hard to reunite with her children after they entered foster care.
Two parents faced hardships that were about to force their children into foster care. Read how a KVC social worker was able to keep them safely together.