With help from KVC Health Systems, Minnesota’s most populous county is flipping its child protection system from reactive to proactive — to improve outcomes for children and families, address the system’s disparities and transform the workplace culture.
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The 2018 KVC Resource Family Conference will take place November 30 – December 1 in multiple states. This one-of-a-kind weekend provides relative, foster and adoptive parents with valuable training to help them care for children who have experienced abuse, neglect or other family challenges.
When choosing a foster care agency, be sure to ask questions about the support and training they provide and more.
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.
School districts in Kansas are invited to request free training for staff on childhood traumatic stress in order to become a trauma-informed school.
Read the latest stories of how KVC is helping children and families across the U.S.
KVC trained public agencies at two national pilot sites on a curriculum that will help relative and foster parents better care for children and youth who have experienced trauma.
Wayne Sims, who grew the organization exponentially over the past 35 years, will retire at the end of 2015 and leave a legacy of caring.
Generous private donors underwrite all hotel, meal and training costs for the RFC by by sponsoring and attending fundraising events hosted by KVC Health Systems and its subsidiaries throughout the year.