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February, 15 2023

Legislative Short – Continuum of Care

“As this workforce crisis permeates (through) the whole country, and the issue with mental illness and children being raised in…

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Legislative Short – Mental Hygiene

As we near the halfway point of the 2023 Legislative Session, Mark Drennan joins us today to discuss the issues…

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February, 2 2023

Legislative Short – IDD Waiver Rate Increase

Mark Drennan, CEO of the West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers Association, joins us today to talk about the need for…

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January, 5 2023

2022 Holiday Luncheon

It's that wonderful time of the year again! We had a blast at our annual holiday luncheon. Thank you to all who attended and enjoyed the afternoon with us!

November, 11 2022

CCBHC Implementation Workshop

The West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers Association recently attended the CCBHC implementation workshop in Morgantown, WV. Thank you to all who attended and participated in this initiative to improve the way West Virginia behavioral healthcare is delivered to its communities.

October, 25 2022

Association Spotlight Series – Ep. 7 John Taylor, Emily Young & Mollie Taylor

John Taylor, a client at Autism Services Center and resident of Huntington, WV, shares his inspiring story with us. Alongside his longtime staff Emily Young & sister/guardian Mollie Taylor, our own Lake Morehouse discussed John's journey and the bond he's built with his staff over the years, as well as the critical workforce shortage the Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDD) system is facing in West Virginia.

October, 7 2022

Business Summit Round Table

We were grateful to attend the Business Summit Round Table yesterday with Speaker of the House Roger Hanshaw, House Health Chairman Matthew Rohrbach and House Technology and Infrastructure Chairman Daniel Linville to discuss upcoming legislative issues and creative strategy with our state leaders in order to bring more businesses and growth into West Virginia!

July, 21 2022

Association Spotlight Series – Ep. 6 Angie Hamilton Thomas

This career is so much more than a paycheck. I (respect and) know that people hold doctors in high regard. But this (career) is of that level of importance. I don't think anyone can fully understand the impact of our jobs." Angie Hamilton Thomas, Executive Director of Pressley Ridge, sat down to talk to us about her fulfilling 30-year journey within children, youth, and family services and how she turned an entry-level role position into an executive-level career path.