When parents become unable to care for their children, different types of foster care exist to meet the unique needs of each child and family.
Foster Care & Adoption
The number of U.S. children entering foster care is rising while resources decline. This community problem requires a community solution.
More than 110,000 U.S. children in foster care are waiting for loving adoptive families. KVC Health Systems will facilitate nearly 100 children’s adoptions this November.
Growing up, Sierra was abused, neglected and never felt safe in her own home. Her foster parents have been instrumental in helping her heal and experience the love and support she deserves.
When choosing a foster care agency, be sure to ask questions about the support and training they provide and more.
The U.S. foster care system is complex and can be confusing to understand. Here are five things you need to know, plus ideas for getting involved.
A five-year child trauma study conducted with KVC Kansas shows how to help children in foster care.
Nearly 2,000 children and foster parents will gather for two days to learn about helping youth feel safe and connected, healthy brain development, resilience and more.
During the March Madness NCAA tournament, KU Coach Bill Self is partnering with KVC to recruit new foster parents to care for children and teens.
What makes KVC’s college concept unique is the combination of vocational training in high-demand fields along with specialized behavioral healthcare support and career readiness training.