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Family Support

Helping families succeed to be better parents

It takes a village to raise a child. At KCSL, we believe that good support systems create stronger families which produce healthier and happier children.

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KCSL’s Family Support Services

Parenting or working with young children is tough and sometimes you just need answers to your most pressing questions or some help solving problems. 1-800-CHILDREN is KCSL’s FREE call line, resource directory, and mobile app that offers 24/7 FREE assistance for parents, grandparents, relatives, caregivers, and professionals in over 200 languages. 

KCSL’s effort to assist adoptees, birth parents, and adoptive parents that utilized our private adoption services in the past find information about each other and/or get in contact with each other.

Getting involved allows parents the valuable opportunity to develop critical leadership skills and feel a sense of empowerment. We invite our parents and caregivers to participate in support groups, advisory counsels, board meetings, conference presentations, parent cafes, parent/practitioner partnership trainings, and advocacy activities through our agency.

Dads make a big difference in the lives of their children. That’s why KCSL offers classes, support groups, parent cafes, father-friendly checklists, meetings, and more. We encourage dads throughout the state to get involved and improve their parenting skills.

KCSL’s Kinship Navigator Program offers free and confidential support to grandparents, family members, or friends raising someone else’s children in a complex system. A case manager offers support and coordinates community resources to help the family thrive. In addition, we offer support groups, child care, training and workshops, legal support, evaluations, and more for families providing kinship care.

KCSL offers compassionate support for individuals facing an unplanned or crisis pregnancy who are considering adoption for their unborn child. We know this is likely the hardest decision you’ve ever had to make and we’re here to offer you hopeful solutions as you make the best decision for your baby. Likewise, we’re here to support couples who are hoping to adopt as they navigate this complicated and emotional process.

KCSL offers mental health services for the entire family in-person and via telehealth.  Because we know that early intervention is a big predictor of a child’s success, we offer early childhood mental health services to assist children, families, and early childhood professionals by providing the resources needed to help every child reach their full potential.

Case management services for families with juveniles in custody with the Kansas Department of Corrections.

We offer a wide range of services to better support families during times of health and hardship all year round. Whether it’s answering new parents’ questions or getting assistance for those facing an unexpected crisis, we work to make sure families have access to the resources they need.


of parents increased their nurturing and attachment with their child/ren.


Call (877) 530-5275 for more information.