KVC Kansas is shining the spotlight on our amazing foster families who go above and beyond to help children and families in our community.
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Read how a KVC employee who used to be in foster care provided love and support to a sibling group while their parents worked toward reunification.
When a friend’s two children had to enter foster care, KVC Kansas family therapist Misty Montague opened her heart and home to care for them.
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.
Ever wonder how fostering would change your life? Check out why being a foster parent is the best decision these people made!
Are you a foster parent that wants to be able to confidently give your family tools to go from surviving to thriving? If so, join us for the Trauma Competent Caregiver training!
In this training on attachment, participants will learn how attachments are formed, damaged and how they affect children. This training will also cover how to better understand the behaviors in children in foster care and how foster parents can help. Child care is provided. Contact your FSC to RSVP. This training will also be available via […]
Becoming a foster parent is a big decision and it’s no surprise that families have a lot of questions along the way. We have identified some of the most common questions that are asked. We will cover a few different topics in a three part blog series.
The Foster Adopt Ministry at Colonial Presbyterian Church is offering a free respite night for foster and adoptive parents on Saturday, January 30th from 4:00 pm- 7:00 pm. Bring your children aged infant to 5th grade to the church for singing, bounce- house, crafts and dinner. Contact Hannah Mabie at email@example.com for questions or register […]