Family Heals Trauma


58,645 children in the state of Washington cannot live at home with their parents


Open their hearts and homes


Family Heals Trauma

What is a Kinship Caregiver?
A Kinship Caregiver is a friend or family member of a child who is willing to care for them, helping them avoid the foster care system.

Why might they need support?
Kinship Caregivers often have very few resources available to help them, or they are unaware of how to access the resources that are available.

What is Kinship Connection?
We exist to create partnerships between Kinship Caregivers and the community, giving them the support and encouragement they need to love the children in their care.

Have A Need?

Are you a kinship or “fictive kin” caregiver?
Contact us to find out what support you’re qualified for.
We would love to connect with you!

Give To Our Cause

Your support offers hope in practical and real ways with resources caregivers need to help children overcome trauma, neglect, and abuse. Help us ensure safe and nurturing childhoods for children in kinship care and partner with us today.
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