Five Ways to Help Kin Caregivers Now

Kin caregivers don’t always receive the same level of support that foster parents receive. This can result in kids missing out on key resources — from school supplies to mental health services — that they need to thrive. This blog post shares specific ways that individuals, communities and child welfare agencies can support kin caregivers now.

January 2, 2019

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A Family First Q & A: Apply for Federal Kinship Funds by July 20

The federal Administration for Children and Families is now accepting applications — through July 20, 2018 — for the first of two funding opportunities aimed at helping state child welfare agencies strengthen and evaluate existing kinship navigator programs or develop new ones. A new Q & A shares data and background so that jurisdictions are prepared to benefit from this chance to help children thrive in kin families.

June 20, 2018

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