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Woman mentoring another woman

DCF announced in January the launch of the HOPE Mentoring initiative, a voluntary program to provide pathways for clients to access beneficial resources through the empowerment of a mentoring relationship.

 

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Adopt A Kansas Kid

Zavion

Zavion, 13, needs a family that can offer him security, consistency and love. When he grows up he would like to become a professional basketball player. Zavion states that his favorite class in school is math. He does well in school and relates well to peers and adults.

 

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By the Numbers

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 134 Kansas kids were reunited with their families in November.

 
138 Kansas children were adopted by families in November.
 
66 Kansans with disabilities found competitive, integrated employment in November, with an average hourly wage of $9.96.
 
418 New child support orders were established in November.