KVC West Virginia continues to make a positive difference in the lives of hundreds of West Virginia children and families.
Spotlight on Providers
In this section, we profile KVC staff and partners who are making a difference.
Each year, we recognize one family as the KVC Resource Parents of the Year.
How To Become A Foster Parent
Each year, hundreds of local children are removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect or other challenges. These kids and teenagers need the support of a caring foster family.
How To Become An Adoptive Parent
KVC West Virginia helps match children in foster care with loving forever families through adoption. We work exclusively with children that are placed through the Department of Health and Human Resources
KVC provides two types of in-home services: Medically-Necessary Services and Socially-Necessary Services. There is a great deal of research showing the positive impact of conducting therapy in the home as opposed to an office setting. The family home is where challenges exist and where change must occur!
KVC provides Medically Necessary services to children and adults who have Medicaid and meet APS Healthcare and Medicaid criteria for medical necessity.
KVC licensed therapists provide quality mental healthcare by developing trust and treating the whole person. Our mental health professionals offer individual and family therapies in the privacy of your home or at our offices. Services are child-centered, family-driven and strength-based. Our therapists are trained in the latest evidence-based treatment approaches, including Trauma Systems Therapy. We work to meet the needs of children, adolescents and adults so they can meet their full potential at home, school and work.
We offer both individual and family therapy. Contact your local KVC office to check therapist availability in your area!
We serve clients equally, without regard to race, color or national origin.
KVC West Virginia provides in-home Socially Necessary (ASO) Services through partnerships with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR). The referrals for these services are generated through DHHR only, and clients of Child Protective Services or Youth Services are eligible to receive these services.
This program is funded in part under an Agreement with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources.
ASO services are provided in-home and include:
- Individualized Parenting (KVC West Virginia uses the Nurturing Parenting along with Positive Parenting with a Plan Curriculum)
- Adult Life Skills
- Supervised Visitation
- Safety Services
- CAPS Services