Everyone can do something to help a child or teen in foster care, and there are several different ways you can get involved.
Posts Tagged ‘Families’
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.
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.
NAMI is a six-session program for parents of children and youth with emotional and behavioral difficulties.
On June 8th, KVC hosted the Fifth Annual Families United event to celebrate and honor families who have worked diligently to keep their children in the home, safely reintegrate with their children, and families who have provided permanency for children through custodianship.
If you have thought of becoming a foster parent or adopting a child, this program is for you!
Case managers often receive pictures and drawings from the children they serve. Many cherish these items and display them proudly at their desks.
KVC is hosting it’s Fourth Annual Families United Event on June 9th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm at Antioch Park. This exciting event celebrates and honors families who have worked diligently to reintegrate with their children, and families who have provided permanency for children through custodianship. Join us for a picnic, games and prizes!