This training is available to foster parents and worth 2 CEUs. You are able to take this training via webcast through the MyLink app on your iPad. This class provides foster parents with an overview of trauma, an understanding of how trauma affects children and parents, and how to work with people who have experienced […]
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Read this moving story about how the help and guidance offered by a KVC Nebraska Intensive In-Home Services professional helps a client overcome lifelong trauma and addiction to reunite with her children.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and we want to educate communities, schools, organizations, and families about the ways every child and adult can help to prevent bullying.
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.
As temperatures rise, caregivers should keep an eye on heat-related illness and sun safety. Here are some tips to make sure your summer is safe and fun!
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? This class will inform you of the processes involved in providing permanency and becoming an adoptive parent for youth. We will review the 7 Core Issues […]
KVC Nebraska’s Parents and Children Together program provides in-home crisis intervention and skill-building which strengthens families.
Do you know all the ways foster parents support healing for youth who have experienced trauma, abuse, or neglect? Read this blog to learn more.
Our RFC keynote speaker Josh Shipp is an author, global youth empowerment expert, and acclaimed speaker. Josh, a former at-risk foster kid turned youth advocate writes a guest post sharing how every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story.
Ever wondered what the training classes are like to become a foster parent? Read this post to learn more about what the training covers and why it’s important for caring for children and teens.