10 Organizations Leading The Way This Mental Health Awareness Month

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According to their website, “Through integrated special education and mental health services, Positive Education Program (PEP) is able to provide individualized care to children and youth experiencing emotional disturbances and demonstrating severe and challenging behaviors.” The primary goal of PEP’s integrated special education and mental health services is to enable children and youth to succeed in the least restrictive environment, ideally their own school district.

How Chestnut Ridge Church Reinvents the Church Experience with Technology

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It's probably no accident that Chestnut Ridge Church has become the largest church in West Virginia. Chestnut Ridge Church is a big independent evangelical church in Morgantown, West Virginia. He and his wife Vicky established the foundation to help meet the needs of children and families facing hardships due to traumatic injury, illness, or financial crisis.

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Another feature of the program will be Safe America’s recruitment of First Ladies/Spouses in ALL 50 states to lead local, state educational efforts — building on West Virginia First Lady Gayle Manchin and her husband, Governor and Senator-Elect Joe Manchin’s efforts that reached 40 states in 2010 and had the active involvement of Governors and First Spouses in Kentucky, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, Washington state, West Virginia, Iowa, Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Utah and Tennessee.”.

Grant Writing and the Perfect Storytelling

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In rural Boone County, West Virginia, Jennifer Massey bathes her children in contaminated water. I grew up on a farm in Minnesota. My mother was from the area, but my father was from Missouri. I don't know how much you know about Missouri, but I bet you know this: Missouri is the Show Me State. My father, however, was the "tell me" father. Never an evening meal went by that we weren't all encouraged to tell what happened with our day.