Everyone can do something to help a child or teen in foster care, and there are several different ways you can get involved.
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KVC team members work tirelessly to bring the best services and support to the children and families they serve. Here are some who go the extra mile.
Struggling to get your kids to listen is a common frustration felt among parents everywhere, but luckily, there is a solution.
Being a foster parent can be a roller coaster journey emotionally. But it’s worth it to help children. Learn why foster parents are superheroes in disguise.
Members of state agencies, national foundations, and community organizations will come together on June 2 at the charity event Home. Hope. Heroes, hosted by KVC West Virginia. Proceeds will benefit children and families across the state.
KVC WV is honoring a foster mother each day in May for Mother’s Day and National Foster Care Month. Read to learn more about these lovely ladies!
KVC’s Resource Family Conference is a one-of-a-kind training opportunity for foster families who are caring for children who have experienced abuse, neglect or other family challenges, and are temporarily in state custody.
KVC West Virginia will host the Resource Family Conference on December 11-12 at Glade Springs Resort in Daniels, WV.
KVC West Virginia is in the beginning stages of implementing Safe at Home West Virginia, an initiative to bring children and youth in out-of-home care back to a family setting with relatives, foster or adoptive families. Learn more about the 10 Wraparound Principles put forth by the National Wraparound Initiative and how they play a role in this new initiative.
By providing wraparound services to children, the state’s goal is to help children living in congregate care settings to safely return to their home communities and ultimately to their own families.