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Kinship Navigator

Program Summary The Kinship Navigator program increases kinship caregivers’ capacity to provide safe, stable, and nurturing homes for children by addressing the immediate needs of kinship children, working towards the most permanent legal status for the family, ensuring families receive financial support, and increasing the quality of parenting kinship caregivers provide. …

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Child Welfare Training

Program Summary The Child Welfare Training Program includes new caregiver information sessions, kinship licensing classes, car seat safety classes, CPR classes, and QPI online training for kinship families involved with Clark County Department of Family Services. All trainings are designed to increase the safety, stability, and nurturing capacity of kinship…

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Resource Locator

Resources at your fingertips! The interactive online Kinship Resource Locator Tool, provided free of charge, will help you identify targeted resources for kinship caregivers in Clark County, NV based on age, caregiving status, the age and needs of the children, and location. Available in English and Spanish.  Start today by clicking “Begin.”

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Donate

Thank you for helping us achieve our goals by charitably giving today. Your financial gift provides hope for kinship caregivers and the incredible children they support. Your contribution to Foster Kinship is tax deductible. Foster Kinship is a tax exempt organization classified as a public charity and recognized by the…

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Quick Links

Child-Only/Non-Needy Relative Caretaker TANF in Nevada Most children living apart from their parents- including those living with family members- are eligible for cash assistance through TANF, even if the family member they are living with is not eligible. As a non-parent relative, you may apply for assistance for your child…

If you are caring for your relative and foresee it will be longer than a few weeks, you may want to establish legal standing so that you are able to protect the child, provide some stability and be able to make medical and educational decisions for the child. One way…

The following are a collection of national kinship caregiver resources. Have another one? Something outdated? Let us know! Online Resources The GrandKin Guide: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for Relative’s Raising Children. Published by the National Kinship Alliance for Children. Kinship Caregivers and the Child Welfare System published by the Child Welfare…