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.
Posts Tagged ‘children’
Four brothers and sisters needed a forever family. Thankfully, the perfect family was looking for them. Read about heartwarming teen adoption story.
KVC Kansas is shining the spotlight on our amazing foster families who go above and beyond to help children and families in our community.
Double-digit vacancies in case manager jobs and other child welfare positions is contributing to high caseloads, burnout and turnover. KVC Kansas has a quick, safe, effective solution that will help Kansas children and families.
What challenges is the Kansas child welfare system facing, and more importantly, what are the top solutions that will quickly and effectively address them?
At KVC Kansas, we value transparency, openness and honesty. This post clarifies our role in the Kansas child welfare system and gives insight into key areas.
Rebecca McFarland from the K-State extension office will be offering a training class for foster parents regarding effective communication between foster parents, biological parents, and kids. This training will discuss ways to become stronger in communicating with others. KVC Foster Parents will receive two training hours for attending. Please RSVP to your FSC.
Foster, adoptive, and kinship parents are invited to attend KFAPA’s one-day regional conference.
Interested in learning more about becoming a foster or adoptive parent? Join us for an informational session about foster/adoptive parent training classes, the process of becoming a foster or adoptive parent, and a Q&A session.
KVC knows that children grow best in families. Children should be in family-like settings – not in group homes. Learn how you can help.