Frigid temperatures, possible rolling blackouts primary causes for closure
TOPEKA – The Kansas Department for Children and Families announced Monday, Feb. 15, that DCF service centers will be closed to the public on Tuesday, Feb. 16 due to frigid temperatures and the possibility of rolling blackouts across the state.
While in-person contact will not be possible, DCF clients can still conduct business with the agency.
Those needing to apply for services like food, cash or child-care assistance can apply online at www.dcf.ks.gov.
Clients also can call 1-888-369-4777 to talk with a DCF worker.
If someone suspects abuse or neglect, they should call the Kansas Protection Report Center at 1-800-922-5330.