Our Mission

Heart of the Kids Social Services, Inc (HKSS) is a Christian based, non-profit corporation, which places neglected, abandoned, and abused children from newborn infants to eighteen year olds into our homes. Some children may have serious mental, physical and/or emotional problems, and some may even be returning to a family setting after hospitalization. Heart of the Kids Social Services, Inc is inspired to provide an environment where children can heal, nurturing families can develop, and where serenity and personal growth are achieved.

Heart of the Kids Social Services, Inc is devoted to the goal of providing remedial services to aid children through the affecting pain that resulted from their abuse or neglect, as well as their neurotic behaviour.

Our highly trained professional staff will focus on the children's special needs and ensure that the children needs are being served. Foster parents, while working as a team member with Heart of the Kids staff and other professionals, provide the support needed by the child to thrive physically, emotionally, and socially. If additional services are required, we will consult with highly trained professionals and network with remedial services along with community resources for the stability of care.

If a child can’t go home, our licensed foster homes will provide care and stability for children who are waiting for relative care, adoption, guardianship, or some other supportive setting. Our foster families will also help prepare older adolescents for the day when they will be out on their own, living independently.

Heart of the Kids Social Services Inc is also committed to our foster parents by providing ongoing support, supervision and training; which will empower them to provide excellent care for the children and youth in their own homes.

"Our goal is to cultivate better leaders & create a fundamental organizational shift that fosters being a master of change rather than a victim of circumstances."



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