Our mission is to bridge the gap between Kansas Caregivers and the Child Welfare System by creating access to resources to sustain a healthy placement.

Stay Informed: News Highlights

We have an upcoming training!

The Kansas Caregivers Support Network will host a Zoom Training regarding Providing for Children Requiring Multisystem Care. Upon registration the Zoom Link and any relevant information will be included in your registration confirmation email. CEU Certificates will be provided to registrants by email after the event.

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This Month’s Support Group

The Kansas Caregivers Support Network provides a monthly Peer to Peer Support Group conversation about a selected topic. Participants receive CEU credits. This month’s topic is Allegations and Investigations in Foster Care.

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KCSN 1st Annual Conference!

The Kansas Caregivers Support Network is hosting their 1st Annual Conference. More information coming soon!

We want to hear from you

The Kansas Caregivers Support Network wants to hear from you! If you are a foster parent, non-related kinship parent, or kinship parent please take a moment to complete our November survey!

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Our Vision

To be recognized as the innovative, trusted and respected resource for caregivers and partners across Kansas.

Innovative. Trusted. Respected.

The Network will provide for caregivers’ needs in a variety of ways, including peer to peer support and mentoring, education and training opportunities, and information and resources to assist all caregivers in feeling equipped to handle the needs of children in care. The Network will provide for Kansas Foster, Non-Related Kinship and Kinship/Relative caregivers.

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Partner Corner

Check out highlight services offer by our partners throughout the State of Kansas.
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The Youth Employment Project provides resources to promote employment skills with teens and young adults ages 14-21. Additionally, YEP strives to provide lifelong skills and experience to further enhance future career paths. If you are interested in hearing more, visit the Youth Employment Project website.

Register to participate in the program. Once you register you will receive benefits such as the YEP Newsletter and notifications about job fairs and workshops. The Essential Skills workshop which is required when you register covers how to obtain and retain employment. All participants receive an Essential Skills Certificate, which is recognized by YEP partner employers, giving them priority over other applicants.

**Due to COVID, they are unable to provide the workshops at this time, but they are working towards finding a safe and effective way to do so.

Becoming a Foster Parent

Visit FosterKSKids and review the Frequently Asked Questions and Find Your Agency sections to assist in deciding on a Child Placing Agency to help you work through the process of obtaining or continuing your foster care license.