This training is strongly recommended for all foster parents each licensure period and worth 2 CEUs. Placement Stability training teaches the importance of placement stability for foster children, the stages of disruption, and the legislative history impacting placement stability. Objectives: Define placement stability. Discuss what child welfare legislation says about placement stability. Examine the effects […]
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KVC Nebraska announces Rebecca Bender, nationally known speaker and expert on human trafficking, as the Resource Family Conference keynote speaker. Registration now open!
During National Adoption Month, KVC Health Systems Facilitates Over 60 Children’s Adoptions & Highlights Waiting Children
There are over 123,000 children waiting for adoptive families in the U.S. This National Adoption Month, learn more about Nebraska’s foster-to-adopt process.
Removing children from their homes introduces new, unnecessary trauma into their lives. Read this article to learn more about how intensive in-home services help reduce the number of Nebraska children in foster care.
In collaboration with the Juvenile Services Division of the Administrative Office of the Courts and Probation, KVC expands foster care services in Nebraska.
This training is required for all foster parents each licensure period and worth 2 CEUs. This class provides information regarding the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) and the Multi-Ethnic Placement Act (MEPA). Definitions, specific guidelines, and examples are included that will allow foster parents to gain knowledge of how these Acts impact KVC’s work as […]
More than 3,000 Nebraska children and teens need foster families to open their hearts and homes. It only takes ONE caring adult to change a child’s life. How about you? One of the first and most important steps to become a licensed foster or adoptive parent is to complete TIPS-MAPP training (Trauma Informed Partnering for […]
Find out what it’s like working as a Foster Care Specialist in Nebraska and how these amazing staff members help at-risk youth and families in Nebraska.
Healthy Sexual Boundaries Training and Verbal De-Escalation More than 3,000 Nebraska children and teens need foster families to open their hearts and homes. It only takes ONE caring adult to change a child’s life. How about you? After this training, you’ll be able to: Talk about sex/sexuality in a manner that is comfortable for you and […]
Learn about our Administrative Professionals and the important role they play in impacting all aspects of our organization every day.