Kinship caregivers, adults who are raising children who are not their own biological children, may qualify for wraparound services, which provide financial assistance to offset the costs of raising these children by providing expenses such as clothes, linens, hygiene, school supplies, computer supplies furniture, clothing, special activities, camp, and some emergency monies. To qualify for these services, kinship caregivers must prove residential custody or legal guardianship of the children and that the children live with them without their biological parent(s).

Financial eligibility depends on the size and income of the family unit. Caregivers must show proof of relationship, income, and residency of the child ; families cannot be active with the Division of Child Protection and Permanency. The caregivers can apply annual until the child turns 18 years of age. Kinship Navigator also provides Information and Referral service at any time to kin caregivers. To register, call the Kinship Navigator toll free at 1 (800) 396-4518.