When a couple lost their first child, they decided to foster and adopt in West Virginia to provide love and a safe home to children in need.
During National Adoption Month in November, KVC is helping to facilitate over 100 children’s adoptions nationwide. Meet some of the newest forever families!
If you’re looking for an in-demand career that can provide you with meaning, social work is a great field to consider.
Recently, KVC social workers spent extra time to assist two young brothers who were nervous before being adopted.
Families across across the country and here in West Virginia will finalize their adoption of a child, teenager or sibling group from foster care either on or near National Adoption Day, November 19. Following tradition, many judges open their courthouse on that Saturday before Thanksgiving to complete adoptions and bring smiles to the faces of children and adults alike.
Lily is a teenager who had been in foster care for some time and needed a forever family to adopt her. Now, Lily is a very loved teen who has a supportive, loving family forever.
We are celebrating week 2 of some fantastic foster mothers! Read more about these great women.
One child’s life changed forever when a couple was willing to care for him and his complex medical needs.
Registration must be received NO LATER than Tuesday, September 8! Space is limited to the first 300 registrants.
On July 2, KVC reached a major milestone: successfully matching 100 children with adoptive forever families.