The President is in town this week to talk about our substance abuse crisis. We need action. We have the highest overdose death rate in the country.
If you were to walk into the average West Virginia kindergarten classroom, the statistics tell us that one … Continue Reading ››
As I arrived in West Virginia in 2012, I was blessed to join Stephen Smith on a trip to McDowell County to listen and learn about the children, families, and communities in West Virginia. That trip was the first of many taken around the state to … Continue Reading ››
Wondering whether getting involved in the Our Children, Our Future campaign can really make a difference in the lives of West Virginians who need help? Take a look at the front page of today’s Charleston Gazette Mail. “West Virginia’s Uninsured Cut by … Continue Reading ››