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KCK COMMUNITY

Our Greatest Need in Kansas City, Kansas

587

children in Wyandotte County are in need of foster homes as of January 2021

107

licensed foster homes in Wyandotte county as of January 2021

You can help! Download "Foster Parent 101" or attend "Real Talk with a Real Foster Parent" to learn more about becoming a foster parent.

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Uniting families through foster care and adoption

We have a long history of providing trauma-informed care services to children and families throughout Kansas and Missouri. In 2019, we began offering certification and support for a variety of foster care services, including traditional, respite, kinship, and medical foster care in Kansas City, Kan.

 

OUR WORK IN KCK

Functional Family Therapy
Keeping Families Together.

Family Preservation
Improving Safety with In-Home Partnerships.

Family Services
Connecting Families to Support Networks.

Foster Care and Adoption
Give a Child a Loving Home.

JOIN OUR TEAM

Are you looking to make a positive impact on the lives of children and families? Then you should join our team!

We offer competitive benefits, training to further your knowledge, opportunities to grow your leadership skills and much more!


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SUPPORT US

We exist to provide a positive impact in the lives of children, youth and families in our communities. However, we can’t do this without our supporters and volunteers. Here are the ways you can make a difference!

Give Financially
Volunteer with Us
Advocate for Children

Success Stories

Weaver Family Story

During 20+ years of fostering, the Weavers have cared for 87 youth, adopted 6 and had 3 biological children. A young man who has lived with them for years shares his story.

Breeze Family Story

Rafael's parents unwittingly caused head trauma trying to resuscitate him after he stopped breathing. Now with the Breezes, his elevated medical needs are being met while his family eagerly takes all the necessary trainings they need for him to come back home.

Nathan's Story

Nathan ran away from home and engaged in dangerous behaviors until he was placed in treatment foster care where he received 24/7 support in his day-to-day life at home and school.