2020 Angel Tree
Register for the 2020 Angel Tree celebration, presented by the CASA Foundation and the Clark County Department of Family Services.

This year will only be a drive-through, gift distribution at Cashman Center. Gifts will be available for pick up by scheduled appointment only on Dec. 12, 14, 15, and 16.

The registration deadline is Friday, December 4 and is open to children under DFS care ONLY. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Thank you to the CASA Foundation Las Vegas and community partners for helping Clark County foster youth put their best foot forward by donating more than 1,500 shoes to Peggy's Attic. If you are a DFS caregiver and in need of shoes, please call 702.455.5424 and leave a message.
Sport-Social provides children and teens with a high-energy, friendly environment filled with positive learning experiences, open communications, and FUN! They teach social skills through sports, art and music and are based in a therapy method called Applied Behavioral Analysis. Learning new skills, gaining confidence, and making friends becomes easy when students are shredding in their skatepark, climbing the rock wall, jamming in the music rooms, and playing basketball in the courts! Sport-Social accepts members of all age and ability ranges, and specializes in working with children and teens with special needs.
Families interested in the program should contact Sport-Social at 702.485.5515 or email to schedule an in-person assessment. Please let them know that you will be using Dept. of Family Services funding, and your enrollment process will be expedited. Families will need to bring the child to the initial assessment. Should a child be accepted to the program, please notify your caseworker. 
The Adoption Exchange offers a variety of classes and training opportunities for both families and professionals. Their classes are geared toward providing information, support, and guidance in creating healthy, stable adoptive relationships.

This one-of-a-kind workshop provides caregivers with the unique opportunity to listen to three adoptees speak about how adoption has impacted and shaped their lives. The panel will consist of three adult adoptees: Lauren Fishbein (Latinx, international, transracial adoptee) Deontae Boswell (Black, domestic, transracial adoptee) Glenna Boggs (Russian, international adoptee). Lauren, Deontae, and Glenna come from diverse backgrounds and collectively have potent and powerful insights and knowledge to share.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020
10 a.m.-11a.m. PST
“A Peek Into The Adoptee World” -Adult Adoptee Panel Part 1
Lauren Fishbein
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
10 a.m.-11a.m. PST
“A Peek Into The Adoptee World” -Adult Adoptee Panel Part 2
Lauren Fishbein
2020 Payment Calendars - Foster/Adoption
Family Support Groups

There are a variety of support groups available monthly for foster, kinship and adoptive families.

Foster Change has compiled all these wonderful resources into one useful guide.

You can view the list here.
What is Quality Parenting Initiative?
Building quality relationships through support and partnership for the well-being and support of our children.

Enhance Your Skills

Various trainings are offered in the community to help enhance caregivers' capacity to parent. Please click on the links below to learn more about exciting training opportunities from which you can benefit. 

The QPI Clark County Values
  • Children do best in families
  • Engaging our community
  • Supporting & strengthening families