- About Us
KVC Nebraska is a private, nonprofit organization that provides a variety of programs and services to meet the diverse needs of Nebraskans.
Our mission is to enrich and enhance the lives of Nebraska youth, individuals and families.
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, Nebraska Juvenile Probation, and parents and caregivers.
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.
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The Heart of KVC
Safe & Connected™ Integrated Child Welfare Practice Model
KVC Health Systems in 30 seconds
Become a Nebraska Foster Parent
Foster Parents Share Why They Choose to Foster Teens
Becoming a Foster Family After Providing Kinship Care
Foster Mom Shares How Her Past Led to Fostering Teens
Hear From Some KVC Nebraska Foster Parents
Become a Foster Parent with KVC Nebraska
Becoming Attached as a Foster Parent
Foster Dad Shares His Inspiration for Fostering Teens and Youth...
Become a Foster Parent with KVC – We’ll Support You!
Become a Foster Parent with KVC – Hear from Real...
Join the KVC Nebraska Team
Join Our Inspiring Mission at KVC Nebraska
The Heart of a KVC Nebraska Team Member
Who We Are
My KVC Story – Aymar Dossou
My KVC Story – Becki Johnson
My KVC Story – Larissa Dowe
My KVC Story – Megan Akinmoladun
My KVC Story – Sarah Nixon
Important Topics in Child Welfare
KVC’s Big Idea for Transforming Foster Care Across America
Safely Reducing Psychotropic Drug Use in Foster Care
Right-Sizing Congregate Care, Caring for More Children in Families
See more content from the KVC Institute for Health Systems Innovation.
Sierra’s Story of Hope, Healing and Resilience
Single Father Works to Safely Reunify His Family
Every Child Needs a Hero
Building Health Brains
Healing from the Life-Long Effects of Childhood Trauma
Healthy brain development requires positive interactions with adults
Toxic stress can interrupt a child’s brain development
Resilience is the brain’s ability to overcome adversity