KinshipOhio | hosted by Public Children Services Association of Ohio



 This website provides information about resources and services
for kinship caregivers in Ohio

Many children are fortunate to be cared for by kinship caregivers when their own parents are unable or unavailable to care for them. cryptocurrency trading philippines Kinship caregivers may be relatives, such as grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins, even older siblings. Kinship caregivers may also be close family friends, neighbors, coaches, Sunday school teachers, etc. Many individuals step up to provide temporary and sometimes permanent care, raising "extended family children". It is our goal to ensure all kin caregivers are directed toward, and able to access available and needed supports.



Ohio's Fostering Connections Grant:

 Executive Summary and Final Progress Report

Ohio Grandparent /Kinship Coalition

OGKC is an organization consisting of kinship caregivers, kinship caregiver advocates and agencies throughout Ohio. Learn more about OGKC

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Public Children Services Association of Ohio

�Funding for this website was made possible by the Family Connection Kin Navigator Grant from the Administration for Children and Families, HHS.  Materials do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services.� 



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