One of the goals of the Grandfamilies & Kinship Support Network: A National Technical Assistance Center (Network) is to designate and elevate exemplary kinship policies, practices, and programs implemented by state, tribal, and territorial government agencies and nonprofit organizations. We are doing this work so kinship service providers can learn from each other and support more kinship families around the country. Meet some of the first programs that have been deemed exemplary by the Network. Explore the characteristics that make these programs so successful and be inspired to start a similar program or “up your game” in serving kinship families in your own community.
Alyssa Craven, GRANDfamilies Director, Grandfamilies Kinship Care at Children’s Service Society of Utah
Jacqueline Payne, Managing Attorney, Kinship Care Project – Atlanta Legal Aid Society
Marty Wilson, CFO/Program Director, High Country Caregivers