Kutz told 41 Action News Investigators that when a child in the foster care system goes missing, KVC immediately contacts state authorities.
The Kansas Department for Children and Families also receives monthly reports from its contractors, including KVC, on missing children.
Kutz said that information is always accessible online.
"This is not a secret," Kutz said. "There are staff in each state looking for these children, contacting local authorities. It's a problem -- just as if our own children went missing."
Federal Law requires each state to notify the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) when a foster care child goes missing.
In Kansas, the Kansas Bureau of Investigations (KBI) is responsible for collecting the data.
When it comes to foster care children, Kutz said Kansas is in line with the national average for children who've gone missing.
41 Action News Investigators reached out to KBI and NCMEC to confirm that information but had not received the data as of Wednesday evening.
Kutz said KVC Kansas closely monitors children who are in foster care. She said both the children and parents have separate caseworkers. She also said school employees work closely with the children, as well as therapists.
"We are in constant communication with the child, " Kutz said.
Kutz said she wants the community to participate in helping locate some of the children.