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 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.
During National Social Work Month, KVC Kansas celebrates the great impact social workers make in the lives of children and families.
In this story, see how KVC Kansas Receptionist Teresa Lora showed compassion and provided guidance to a mother experiencing domestic violence.
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.
There are several ways you can help a child who’s been abused or neglected. Read this article to learn some of the best ways to get involved.
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.
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.
Children always exist in families; not on their own. KVC Kansas, which serves thousands of families in the child welfare system each year, recently began some innovative approaches towards learning from parents in the child welfare system.