Boone County Listening Session: Kids, COVID-19, & the Drug Crisis

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Kids affected by the drug crisis have specific and acute, unmet needs. Parents, grandparents, guardians, doctors, nurses, teachers, bus drivers, camp counselors, coaches, etc.– these community members work with these children, care for them, and have important knowledge that should […]

Lincoln County Listening Session: Kids, COVID-19 & the Drug Crisis

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Kids affected by the drug crisis have specific and acute, unmet needs. Parents, grandparents, guardians, doctors, nurses, teachers, bus drivers, camp counselors, coaches, etc.– these community members work with these children, care for them, and have important knowledge that should […]

Clay County Listening Session: Kids, COVID-19, & the Drug Crisis

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Kids affected by the drug crisis have specific and acute, unmet needs. Parents, grandparents, guardians, doctors, nurses, teachers, bus drivers, camp counselors, coaches, etc.– these community members work with these children, care for them, and have important knowledge that should […]

Clay County Listening Session: Kids, COVID-19, & the Drug Crisis

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Kids affected by the drug crisis have specific and acute, unmet needs. Parents, grandparents, guardians, doctors, nurses, teachers, bus drivers, camp counselors, coaches, etc.– these community members work with these children, care for them, and have important knowledge that should […]

Lincoln County Listening Session: Kids, COVID-19 & the Drug Crisis

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Kids affected by the drug crisis have specific and acute, unmet needs. Parents, grandparents, guardians, doctors, nurses, teachers, bus drivers, camp counselors, coaches, etc.– these community members work with these children, care for them, and have important knowledge that should […]

Boone County Listening Session: Kids, COVID-19 & the Drug Crisis

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Kids affected by the drug crisis have specific and acute, unmet needs. Parents, grandparents, guardians, doctors, nurses, teachers, bus drivers, camp counselors, coaches, etc.– these community members work with these children, care for them, and have important knowledge that should […]

Fayette County Listening Session: Kids, COVID-19 & the Drug Crisis

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Kids affected by the drug crisis have specific and acute, unmet needs. Parents, grandparents, guardians, doctors, nurses, teachers, bus drivers, camp counselors, coaches, etc.– these community members work with these children, care for them, and have important knowledge that should […]

Medicaid/CHIP 101: Keeping Every Child Healthy

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Medicaid is a massive federal/state program with state-level variability and policies that can be complicated to navigate. Join Think Kids for a conversation with Jean Kranz, Executive Director of the WV CHIP, and Dr. Simon Haeder, Assistant Professor of Public […]

Ask a Journalist! With Amelia Knisely

Join us for a FB Live chat with Amelia Knisely, reporter for Mountain State Spotlight. We'll learn a little about her time as a kid in WV, her work to date, ask questions, and pitch ideas about the kids' health […]

Ask a Legislator! with Delegate Lisa Zukoff

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Join us for a informal, kid-focused conversation with Delegate Lisa Zukoff, representing District 4. We'll discuss the upcoming legislative session and what kids' issues the legislature might be missing. Bring your ideas and questions.

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From the Ground Up: Become a Child Advocate!

Who you are, where you are, with what you have to give-- that's all the kids in West Virginia need from you. And that's all you need to give to become an amazing advocate! Some of our children face seemingly […]

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A Data-Driven Discussion about Child Abuse in WV

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April Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. In honor of this, Think Kids, in conjunction with the SHIELD Task Force, will host a panel discussion on advancing a data-driven approach to understanding and responding to child maltreatment in West Virginia.