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. During National Social Work Month, 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!
Kathy Salvucci, Licensed Social Worker
Kathy Salvucci is one of the quiet and often unsung heroes of KVC West Virginia and has been with the organization for more than 20 years. Kathy is a Quality Assurance Monitor and works closely with our billing and administrative staff to review utilization management and provide quality calls to our families. She is also our Safety and Privacy Officer and heads our Human Rights Committee. Kathy has a strong ethical insight and is kind and quietly funny. Thanks for all you do, Kathy!
Kaitlyn Jones is a case manager with the Jackson County KVC Team. She joined KVC as an intern from WVU and successfully transitioned into a full-time position in December 2017. Kaitlyn is kind, compassionate, and caring to the children with whom she works and is known for going above and beyond to spend extra time with families. She relates well with both younger children and teens and has plans to continue her education in the field of social work. Thank you, Kaitlyn, for all of your hard work!
Michelle Moske is a Therapist in the KVC Wayne office. She obtained her MSW from Marshal University and is also a Supervised Psychologist. She not only does diagnostic intakes but can do psychological evaluations as well. Michelle often travels to various parts of the state to complete diagnostic intakes and other needed testing for many of the clients we serve. Michelle is also working toward obtaining a certification in Family Behavior Therapy. She is helpful to new team members not only by making them feel comfortable but by guiding them in their training needs. Michelle is a great asset to our KVC team!
Kim’s major responsibility is to find homes for children in foster care. She has said on many occasions, “If I could take this child, I would.” Kim has a heart of gold and is always friendly and courteous. She takes calls at 3 a.m. and works until dawn to try to help a child. KVC is beyond blessed to have Kim as part of the foster care team. Thank you, Kim, for your hard work and dedication!
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. Click here to find out employment opportunities near you.