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How Our Amazing Employees Help Children and Families


When a child has suffered abuse or neglect or when a family is facing adversity such as a mental health challenge, KVC West Virginia is there with the support needed to move through difficult times. KVC West Virginia is a private, nonprofit organization that provides foster care, adoption, in-home behavioral healthcare, and other services for children and families. We would like to recognize some of our staff for all they do. If you’d like to join us in making a difference in the community, check out our job openings!

Ashley Moore

Ashley is a therapist with the Lincoln team and has a master’s degree in social work from Concord University. She has been providing clinical assessments and therapy services for children and their families in the Lincoln area, and has already brought so much excitement and positivity to the team.

She lives in Putnam County with her husband and 5-year-old son, and they are expecting a baby girl later this year! She has known she wanted to be a therapist since she was a child, and her passion for helping others is clear in her daily work.


Kristi Cavins

Kristi is a Permanency Case Manager in the Wayne office. She graduated from Marshall University with her bachelor’s degree and has been a licensed social worker since 1997.

Kristi’s responsibilities in the Wayne office are too many to count! To name a few, she is responsible for completing adoptions and facilitating foster care intakes and care plans. On top of this, Kristi also manages to maintain a caseload! She always displays a caring attitude towards children and families and is detail-oriented in everything she does. Kristi’s experience and expertise in being a social worker make her a valuable member of our KVC family!


Johanna Smith

Johanna graduated with a bachelor’s degree in June 2011 and master’s in social work in 2014. Johanna works closely with youth and their families and collaborates with staff to ensure every client is receiving the best possible services to allow for success.

Johanna enjoys hiking and spending time with her family and friends. She is a joy to work with and a wonderful addition to the KVC family.



Madison Raines

Madison is a therapist with the Roane County team as of January 2018. She has quickly established herself as a hard worker, a dependable member of the team and someone who is very creative in her work with her clients.

She has a bachelor’s in social work from West Liberty University and a master’s in social work from Concord University. She has a wide range of interests outside of work including painting, metal detecting and travel. Madison is the proud mom of three kids.

For those committed to helping others and bettering their communities, a career in social work can provide countless personal rewards. KVC West Virginia is always hiring social workers and other types of professionals. We are a private, nonprofit organization that provides foster care, adoption, in-home behavioral health, and other services that strengthen families. Click here to find out employment opportunities near you.

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