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Walking the Walk: KVC In-Home Specialist Adopts from Foster Care

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Every day KVC Nebraska social workers help children and teens in foster care. Hear how one In-Home Specialist was inspired to open her heart and home to a child needing a forever family.

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How to Address Challenging Behaviors in Children

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Challenging behaviors in children and teens happen in all families. Learn what is typical and what might need additional support to overcome here.

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KVC Expands Services to Help More Families

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Each day, we work to make positive, meaningful change in the lives of children and families. To help serve more in our community, we’ve added two new services. Learn more about them here.

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3 Encouraging Ways to Teach Your Child about Giving

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Teaching your child about giving provides developmental benefits and can also be a very fun process. Here are 3 ways to encourage your child to give back!

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Documentary Showcases Efforts to Prevent Human Trafficking in Nebraska

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Human trafficking is on the rise in Nebraska, and a new documentary hopes to raise awareness of this growing crime and increase prevention.

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Make the Holidays Bright for Nebraska Children

Donate Gifts in Nebraska to KVC with Holiday Heroes Program

Calling all Holiday Heroes! Are you looking to give back this season or donate gifts in Nebraska? You can join our Holiday Hero program to put a smile on the faces of children in foster care.

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Foster Parents Gather for Training at KVC Nebraska Conference

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KVC Nebraska will host it’s 5th Resource Family Conference on December 11-12 at the Cornhusker Marriot Hotel in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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KVC Nebraska Leaders Named Center for Juvenile Justice Reform Fellows

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Jodie Austin and Theresa Goley were recently selected as new members of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) Fellows Network, a program of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

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