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KVC West Virginia Announces Martinsburg Office Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Event 

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KVC West Virginia (KVC) will open its new Martinsburg office on July 15, 2022. To celebrate the child and family services newly available throughout the Eastern Panhandle, KVC invites community members, child welfare and mental health professionals to a grand opening event on July 15 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at 261 Aikens Center, Suite 304, Martinsburg, West Virginia 25404. 

Event activities include speeches from KVC leaders, a ribbon cutting ceremony, an open house in KVC’s new office, networking, and food and refreshments from Nucilli’s BBQ. Attendees will also meet local KVC team members providing child welfare and mental health services in the Eastern Panhandle.  

“Our Martinsburg office grand opening marks a major step in increasing access to mental health and trauma-informed services throughout West Virginia,” said Brent Lemon, KVC West Virginia President.  

KVC also announces a partnership with Aetna Better Health of West Virginia to fund vital in-home Medicaid behavioral health services for children in the Eastern Panhandle. In-home services are an important part of keeping families safely together and reducing the need for out-of-home care. 

“We invite anyone interested in learning more about KVC’s youth mental health programs, family support services, or foster parenting to join us on July 15,” said Sarah Marshall, KVC West Virginia Eastern Panhandle Regional Director. 

People interested in attending KVC West Virginia’s Martinsburg grand opening should RSVP at kvcwv.org/martinsburg. 

About KVC West Virginia 

KVC West Virginia is a private, nonprofit child welfare organization that provides a diverse array of services including foster care, adoption, in-home family preservation services, and outpatient psychiatric and behavioral healthcare. In partnership with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Bureau for Children and Families, we use the Safe at Home West Virginia program to maximize the benefits of home and community-based services for children in out-of-home care. KVC is accredited by The Joint Commission. The organization is a subsidiary of KVC Health Systems which touches the lives of more than 60,000 children and families each year. Learn more at kvcwv.org.

About Aetna® Better Health of West Virginia 

Aetna® Better Health of West Virginia is part of Aetna® and the CVS Health® family, one of our country’s leading health care organizations. We have been serving people who use Medicaid services for over 30 years — from kids, adults and seniors to people with disabilities or other serious health issues. Learn more at aetnabetterhealth.com/wv.

Contact:

Kristina Foster
KVC West Virginia Marketing and Communications Manager
(816) 534 – 8099
kafoster@kvc.org