Providing Support, Education, Advocacy, Training, Physical and Spiritual Services to Children & Families
Striving to Connect Children, Families, & Caregivers Across Kansas to the Services & Assistance They Need.
The Ministry of KFAN offers therapeutic services for individuals, children, couples and families. Min. Nina Shaw-Woody, LMSW and Mary Ward, LMSW are trained in Trust Based Relational Interventions and Parent Management Training - Oregon (PMTO).
State Insurance and Blue Cross Blue Shields of Kansas are accepted.
Min. Nina Shaw-Woody, LMSW enjoys serving couples, family, children & teens, and does Christian counseling for those who desire such.
Mary Ward, LMSW enjoys serving children. Mary is working on certification in Play Therapy.
Call 316-264-2400 to learn more and check for availability.
The Ministry of KFAN:
Is Now Hiring
“We are not put on this earth for ourselves, but are placed here for each other. If you are there always for others, then in time of need, someone will be there for you.” Jeff Warner
We are looking for individuals with a heart for children and families and a love for their community. If you desire to make a difference - one child at a time, one family at a time and throughout your community, consider applying at Kansas Family Advisory Network - the Ministry of KFAN. If you have had personal experience with the child welfare experience and want to help others who are involved in it now, consider applying. If you are a resourceful person and love connecting children and families to services, consider applying. If you are the type of person who likes to help and encourage others who may be going through a difficult time, consider applying. If advocating in a respectful and positive manner comes natural to you, consider applying today. If you are a team player, can follow instructions, and love to learn, consider applying.
The Ministry of KFAN is a Faith-Based Non-Profit whose mission is to help restore the family unit by providing support, education, advocacy, training, and spiritual support.
If this interests you, download the application and apply today.
Support The Ministry of KFAN - "We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." Winston Churchill
Your donation today can help families in their time of need and/or assistance them on their road from Poverty to Sufficiency. Your gift of any size can provide aid to individuals, children, & families by providing - free food, free clothes, utility assistance, bus passes (in urban areas), case management services, connection to resources, tutoring services for children or adults, GED assistance, free school supplies, free needed household items, diapers, formula, & other infant supplies, new hire work uniforms, job skills assistance, homeless ministry, meals and child care for local parent training, just to name a few. Families are treated with dignity, respect & love as they seek help.
Giving is easy! For electronic donors - you can go to CashApp at $KFANinc or donate by credit or debit card through PayPal at the bottom of this page. You can also send a check or money order to: KFAN 333 E. English St. Ste 215 Wichita, KS 67202. Your gift will help the children, families, and individuals at the KFAN office nearest to you - Coffeyville, Dodge City, Topeka and Wichita, just let us know.
Help Is Available For Those Experiencing Mental Health Crisis
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
Administration (SAMHSA) is the lead federal agency,
in partnership with the Federal Communications
Commission and the Department of Veterans Affairs,
working to make the promise of 988 a reality for America.
Moving to a 3-digit dialing code is a once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to strengthen and expand the existing
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (the Lifeline).
Of course, 988 is more than just an easy-to-remember
number—it is a direct connection to compassionate,
accessible care and support for anyone experiencing
mental health related distress – whether that is thoughts of suicide, mental health or substance use crisis, or any other kind of emotional distress. Preparing for full 988 implementation requires a bold vision for a crisis care system that provides direct, life-saving services to all in need.