Family preservation services are designed to help families going through crisis and prevent children from having to enter foster care.
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Ever wondered what the training classes are like to become a foster parent?. Read this post to learn how current foster families feel about the course!
4-year-old Jeremiah faced challenges in school as a result of abuse and neglect. To help him succeed, his case manager put him on the right education path.
When a couple lost their first child, they decided to foster and adopt in West Virginia to provide love and a safe home to children in need.
We know that exercise and eating well are important to your health, but did you know that your environment plays a major role? Learn more in this post.
Sometimes youth need help managing their emotions or behavior. This article shows the types of licensed mental health professionals you can turn to.
Research has shown that keeping youth in their communities instead of group homes is much more beneficial to them. Learn how you can help.
Donors have the power to make a world of difference in the lives of children in need. When beds were in short supply, a generous donor stepped in to help.
The ten Wraparound Principles are key to the Safe at Home West Virginia program. Learn more about the ninth principle, Unconditional.
Learn more about how Safe at Home West Virginia is using the Wraparound Principle of being Strengths-Based to support and help West Virginia families.