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I Matter: A Message from the Adults We Serve
On Tuesday, March 16, InterHab held a virtual advocacy day to engage legislators on the issues surrounding our population. Agencies from around the state submitted videos to be shown to peers, stakeholders and legislators. Click on the link to view the video Futures submitted, underscoring the importance of taking action on behalf of the individuals served. 

Legislators were asked to support HB 2046 and SB 154, which will help stabilize the Kansas IDD provider network. These bills set up a funding plan needed to stabilize current services, including:

1. Shoring up crumbling provider networks that serve the existing IDD population.

2. Building the direct-care workforce that is vital to Kansans with IDD.

3. Ensuring future capacity can be developed to serve the 4000+ people with IDD who are waiting for services.

Initially, this preschool was only available to families who met need-based and developmental eligibility criteria. But recently, to ensure over-income families who do not already have a preschool hom
Northfield Apartments property manager, Dawn Stevenson (middle) and her staff, Dana Dick (left) and Kari Dvorak (right) are available to residents on-site most days of the week. Northfield in Caldwell
Do you have a child who will be 3 or 4 by Aug. 31? At the start of the 2022-2023 school year, the USD 353 school district will partner with Futures to open two new preschool classrooms at Kennedy Elem
Any way you cut it, becoming parents when you’re in your teens is tough. Sometimes, life throws in some curves that can make it even more challenging. With the birth of their first child, Phoenix; Pat