- About Us
KVC Nebraska is a private, nonprofit organization that provides a variety of programs and services to meet the diverse needs of youth, families and adults throughout Nebraska. We offer foster care, home-based support for people with disabilities, intensive in-home preservation and reunification, behavioral health, substance use evaluations, and educational support services to over a thousand children, families and adults every year.
We offer a variety of programs and services to meet the diverse needs of children, youth, adults and families. We accept referrals from the State of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Saint Francis Ministries, and Nebraska Juvenile Probation.
KVC Nebraska provides a variety of resources to help educate the community about child welfare, foster parenting, caring for individuals with disabilities, healthy brain development and more.
How to Become a Foster Parent
More than 6,000 Nebraska children and teens are in need of a safe and nurturing environment to call home until they are able to safely return to their biological families. By becoming a foster parent, you can have a tremendous impact on the life of one of these children, or a set of siblings.
Sign up for our pre-service training to get more information and determine if foster parenting is a good fit for you and your family. For more information on the process to become a foster parent, take a look at our guide “6 Steps to Becoming a Foster Parent.”
If you would like more information or you’re ready to sign up for Pre-Service Training, please register below.