Kansas Department for Children and Families Expands Access to Child Care Program

In a move to help Kansans find work and stay employed, Governor Laura Kelly today announced a new Kansas Department for Children and Families initiative that will expand access to child care assistance for Kansas families.

“Having access to quality child care is essential for parents to maintain employment,” Kelly said. “Those with lower incomes often struggle to afford quality child care. By expanding access to the program, more Kansas families can sustain employment or participate in meaningful training programs.”

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Wearing Blue for Child Abuse Prevention

Kansas Early/Head Start directors, staff, and admin wore blue!

Attending the APM/Networks were Parent, Family, and Community Engagment Coordinators, Health Managers, Education Coordinators, Mental Health & Disabilities Consultants, Coaches and Mentors, and program directors and staff.

Thank you for a great turnout and for supporting child abuse prevention!