Home and Family
The national poverty rate for children under age 18 is 22 percent. Kansas' rate is a little better, but there's a lot more to do.
K-State Research and Extension is committed to providing Knowledge for Life to make our homes and families happier and healthier. Here's just some of the topics we can help with:
- Cash in with Coupons
- FamilyTALK: Making it Work
- Kids Go Green
- Loving Long Distance: Families Separated by Distance
- Hoarding: The Impact of Compulsive Keepers
- Relationships Matter: You and Social Capital
Personal relationships take hard work. They don’t just happen; they require attention. A relationship can become stronger and more satisfying by focusing on your friendship with the other person and learning how to manage your differences.
Read more from the PeopleTalk fact sheet by family systems specialist Charlotte Shoup-Olsen.