Over the past several months, Kansas Family Partnership’s Board of Directors engaged in many thoughtful discussions about the agency’s past, present and future role in preventing substance abuse throughout the state. After careful consideration of KFP’s position within the system, the board has decided to close the agency’s doors on March 15, 2018.
Substance abuse prevention has changed dramatically throughout KFP’s history, with greater emphasis on supporting direct services at the community level where the impact can be measured. And as technology has created new avenues for finding, sharing and promoting messages and information, KFP recognizes the challenges with integrating its statewide efforts into the evolving landscape.
KFP’s Board of Directors would like to thank you for the support you have shown the agency for more than 20 years. As the need for prevention continues to grow, the board encourages you to advance the ideals of the agency’s mission by educating, networking and advocating for Kansas youth, families and communities impacted by substance abuse.