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Legal Assistant
Legal Aid of West Virginia (LAWV) 

Legal Aid of West Virginia (LAWV) is seeking a skilled, motivated Legal Assistant to join our team in the Charleston office. LAWV offers a great family friendly work environment and tremendous benefit packet which includes health insurance, life insurance and paid leave. 

As a Legal Assistant in the Charleston office, you will provide support to the office by working directly with our staff attorneys and paralegals, performing general reception duties, drafting pleadings, motions, and other correspondence, and collaborating with other staff and community partners to better serve our clients. 

The Charleston office serves Kanawha, Putnam, Lincoln, Boone, Braxton, Clay, and Webster counties, and is the largest office in our firm. This position offers a chance to work with a diverse group of advocates and clients on a variety of social justice and poverty issues. While the main office is in busy metropolitan Charleston, outdoor enthusiasts will be delighted to learn that we are just a mere stone’s throw from some of the state’s most beautiful landmarks, including the New River Gorge, Kanawha State Forest, and the Hatfield/McCoy Trail. Additionally, the nearby Coal, Kanawha and Coal Rivers offer some of the best kayaking opportunities. Lovers of the arts and culture can spend their days exploring the Clay Center for the Arts and Science and the Capitol Market, and their nights enjoying a great meal at one of our many local restaurants. 

If you are passionate about serving others and want to do rewarding work, please send your cover letter and resume to Applications will be considered until the position is filled. 



Full-time Permanency Social Worker
Children’s Home Society of WV - Morgantown 

This position supports children in foster care by conducting assessments, referring to appropriate services, scheduling visitation with the child's family, and advocating for their needs. Additional duties include:  

  • Sharing in an on-call rotation, currently once every 5-6 weeks for one week at a time
  • Engaging with the community for recruitment and outreach events 
  • Participating in fundraising events 

Permanency Social Workers assist children in foster homes in North Central West Virginia. In July 2021, there were 6908 children in foster care in the state of West Virginia. Children in foster care are impacted by loss, substance abuse, domestic violence, neglect, and abuse. The ideal candidate has a strong desire to make a positive impact on their community by supporting, or advocating for, the permanency plan of each child. A permanency social worker earns $33,060-$38,060 annually based on education and experience level, and a full benefit package is offered which includes:

  • Paid Time Off and Extended Sick Leave 
  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance and a Health Reimbursement Account
  • Supplemental insurance options
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Mileage reimbursement 
  • Tuition assistance
  • Reimbursement/direct pay for social work licensing costs and continuing education (CEU's)
  • Retirement account options, including Tax Sheltered Annuity and an agency sponsored Profit Sharing Account

Requirements for this position include a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field, with Social Work license eligibility.  Applicants must have a demonstrated ability to work with children and their families. A clear criminal background check, a clear child abuse registry screening, reliable transportation, automobile insurance, and a valid driver’s license required.

The Children's Home Society of West Virginia is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please visit the Careers section our website for more information:

Interested applicants please email



West Virginia Program Manager
National Parks Conservation Association |  Elkins, WV

The National Parks Conservation Association, the nation’s leading national park advocacy organization, seeks a West Virginia Program Manager to advocate for the protection of national parks and public lands, including New River Gorge National Park & Preserve and Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.

As a part of the Mid-Atlantic Regional team, the West Virginia Program Manager organizes to build community and decision maker support for park-related issues. They foster productive relationships with community stakeholders, policy leaders, and decision makers, including state and federal elected officials and National Park Service staff. They research and understand issues impacting the national parks in West Virginia and develop and implement campaigns to protect them. They also support fundraising activities for NPCA’s work as well as educate local media representatives.

The ideal candidate must be committed to the NPCA’s mission, core values and NPCA’s Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) Statement of Intentions.  

This position reports to the Mid-Atlantic Senior Regional Director.

We offer excellent benefits including paid vacation leave, 403b, pension, healthcare and more!

Salary: $50k’s – low $60k’s



Outpatient Clinical Therapist
Grafton City Hospital

Please send resumes to:, Missey Kimbrew, Human Resources Director 

POSITION SUMMARY: Assess and treat individuals with mental illnesses and/or substance abuse problems. Provision of individual, family and group therapy for an adult primarily in a behavioral health environment.
Master’s Degree in related field.
Licensing of certification at the following levels:

                Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW) or
                Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or
                LPC or Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC) or
                Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)

CPR certification is required.
Provide psychosocial assessments of patients and families to identify emotional, social and community strengths and problems related to their diagnosis, illness, treatment and/or life situation.
Formulate, develop and implement comprehensive psychosocial treatment plans utilizing appropriate and evidence-based psychotherapy treatments and interventions.  Interventions may include crisis intervention, brief and long-term individual, marital, family and/or group therapies as well as grief and bereavement work.
Screen, identify, diagnose, treat and manage mental health and/or substance abuse problems in patients and family members.  Provide psychotherapy to individuals with a variety of presenting problems including substance abuse, depression, anxiety, thought disorders, trauma, and autism spectrum.  May perform these functions independently or as part of a team.
Provide consultative services to health care team members within scope of care definitions as needed.  Maintain a working knowledge of relevant medical/legal issues that impact on patient care; e.g., advance directives, child and elder abuse.
Provide education to patients and families around issues related to adaptation to the patient’s diagnosis, illness, treatment and/or life situation.
Participate in multi-disciplinary health care teams and represent clinical social work perspective/liaison with patient and family.
Maintain working knowledge of and liaison with community agencies and resources.
Maintain knowledge of hospital, medical center and/or health system resources to access and provide for patient care needs.
Document assessment, plan interventions according to departmental, hospital and/or health system guidelines and standards.
Maintain electronic medical records and documentation in accordance with department, hospital, medical center and/or health system policies.  Attend and participate in staff, committee, department and other administrative meetings.
Participate in department, hospital, medical center, and/or health system continuous quality improvement efforts.
Participate in regular professional conferences; keep current with social work and evidence based treatment of mental disorders and seek to increase further enhancement of job related knowledge.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Grafton City Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is a Drug and Tobacco-Free Workplace 

COVID-19 Vaccination Required



Therapy and Case Management positions
WVU Medicine Martinsburg, WV location.  

Check out the links below or WVU Medicine Careers | WVU Medicine to find all current available opportunities.

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Elkins Mountain Schools

NOW HIRING – A Therapist to provide therapy services for our clients in a residential setting.  Two years of experience with targeted population preferred, but not required

This is a full-time, benefitted position to include:

-Paid individual health insurance (includes life insurance)

-Options for dental and vision insurance

-Paid holidays

-Paid vacation

-Paid sick leave

-Flexible schedule

-Retirement plan

Pay range: $42,910 to $55,592 annually

The ideal candidate will possess these requirements: Master’s Degree in Human Services field (defined by Medicaid) , a valid driver’s license, and be over 21 years of age.

If you are interested in joining our team, please send us your resume via Facebook ®, Indeed ®, fax 304-636-4694 or email  We look forward to speaking with you! Human Resources: 304-637-8000 ext. 302



Director of the Office of Quality Assurance for Children's Programs
WV Department of Health and Human Resources

Link to position:

Promotes a culture of continuous self-monitoring across DHHR and provider networks. Quality assurance and improvement strategies including monitoring and reporting on: process indicators, functional indicators, and outcomes. Determines how to measure and monitor these to identify areas for improvement, devising creative solutions to continuously promote improvements in quality, implementing changes, and continuing to monitor and learn from these implementation efforts. Drives improvement, quality, outcomes, and policy and system changes. Increases transparency and accountability. Promotes improved well-being of families and youth. Catalyzes cross system collaboration to achieve children's outcomes. Reports returns on investment into the child welfare and child mental health and behavioral health systems. Develops and implements policies and procedures to create a continuous evaluation and improvement system that measures outcomes for children and families in the child welfare system and outcomes for children with serious emotional disorders served by the department and other state agencies serving children. Oversees the monitoring and evaluation of policies and procedures for effectiveness. Provides policy consultation and interpretation. Interprets and analyzes data for decision making. Engages stakeholders, including family, youth, and providers, in developing measures that reflect outcomes important to children, youth, and families and reflect a state or locality's diversity and priorities. Develops, monitors, and evaluates the continuous quality improvement process to measure key performance indicators and outcomes for the child welfare system and programs for children with serious emotional disorders. Collaborates with the Department bureaus to modify the child welfare system and programs for children with serious emotional disorders based upon the information gleaned from the evaluation process. Serves as a liaison to the Legislature. Collaborates with leadership to plan, develop, and draft policy necessary to improve the outcomes for children and families in the child welfare system. Directs the work of staff, assigns tasks, develops staff, conducts performance evaluations. Oversees the preparation of periodic and special reports to leadership and the Legislature. Responsible for office budget.

Master's degree and seven years of related experience preferred.

Job Type: Full-time


  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Parental leave
  • Retirement plan
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Vision insurance



Director/Liaison HSC Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 
West Virginia University Health Science Center 
Currently accepting applications for Director/Liaison of HSC Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). 
About the Opportunity 
As the Director/Liaison of HSC Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, you will be the primary point of contact 
for WVU HSC Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives. In this role, you will play a critical part in 
communicating and collaborating with the WVU Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the six HSC DEI Committees and other DEI mission-focused groups.
You will chair the HSC DEI Council, which meets quarterly and is responsible for setting HSC-wide goals and priorities for diversity, equity and inclusion efforts which are then recommended to the VicePresident and Executive Dean of Health Sciences. As the Director/Liaison; you will develop, administer, and evaluate programming that aligns with HSC and institutional strategic goals to address DEI while working with both the Associate Vice President for HSC Academic Affairs and the Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

• WVU offers a range of health insurance and other benefits (this position is a benefits-eligible non-classified staff position)

• 401(a) retirement savings with 6% employee contribution match, eligibility to continue health insurance, and other retiree perks.
 • Wellness programs
What you’ll do: 
• Maintain a close working relationship with DEI Committee Chairs across the HSC and be aware of all ongoing efforts in DEI at the HSC in order to communicate and collaborate with university-wide DEI leadership.
• Will be the point person for implementation of university-wide DEI efforts at the HSC working closely with the Director of HSC Faculty Affairs, Culture and Inclusion and the Associate Vice President for HSC Academic Affairs.
• Co-develop and implement a new HSC Strategic Plan for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 
• Develop and implement programming to educate and train faculty, staff and students to appreciate diversity and to understand and exhibit behaviors that promote a culture of inclusive excellence
• Develop and implement train-the-trainer sessions for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion topics to increase the number of HSC trainers who can meet the training needs of the five HSC schools. 
• Lead efforts to formulate and update Health Sciences policies related to diversity and inclusion.
• Manage the HSC DEI budget in conjunction with the HSC Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
• Assist the Vice President of Health Sciences and the HSC Communications Team with the drafting of press releases and messaging regarding diversity and inclusion issues.
• Promote an atmosphere of community in which communication of HSC efforts towards DEI initiatives is consistent and prioritized in collaboration with HSC and School Communicators.
• Work with the WVU Foundation to ensure they are fully informed of ongoing efforts and opportunities for donors, with a specific focus in the first two years on establishment of scholarships to recruit and retain underrepresented minority groups.
• Supervise the HSC Diversity Student Outreach Coordinator and will also be provided part-time administrative support. 
• Work closely with existing student organizations and the student representatives to the DEI Council to continuously get feedback to guide future efforts and to provide an additional point of contact for students of minoritized or marginalized backgrounds who need consultation related to their experience on any of the WVU HSC campuses.
• Master’s Degree
• A minimum of five (5) years of experience involving:
o engagement in leadership of diversity and inclusion efforts in an academic setting;
• Ability to be a leader or possess leadership qualities such as: vision, pro-activeness, being a self-starter, positivity, confidence and creativity.
• Keen understanding of and commitment to diversity issues in general, within higher education and within academic science and medicine.
• Ability to work cooperatively, collaboratively and effectively with all types of people and diverse groups.
• Demonstrated active listening skills
• Ability to supervise and manage people
• Excellent time management and ability to balance multiple priorities
• Capacity to set and attain meaningful goals in alignment with the vision of the HSC, the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the University
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to facilitate difficult dialogues, effectively listen to all points of view and ability to build consensus on initiatives and issues.
• Demonstrated ability to envision, identify, develop and implement systems, policies, training and programs to foster a healthy and inclusive educational environment.
• Competence in utilizing data-driven strategies to assess and evaluate programs and services focused on improvement.
• Demonstrated problem solving, critical analysis, initiative, judgment and decision-making skills.
Preferred Qualifications:
• Terminal degree in related area
• Experience specific to the fields of science and healthcare or related fields is preferred;
Why WVU?
At West Virginia University, we pride ourselves on a tireless endeavor for achievement. We are home to some of the most passionate, innovative minds in the country who push their limits for the sake of progress, constantly moving the world forward. Our students, faculty and staff make this institution one of the best out there, and we are proud to stand as one voice, one university, one WVU. Find out more about your opportunities as a Mountaineer at
West Virginia University is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer and is the recipient of an NSF 
ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff, and students, and invites applications from all qualified applicants regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, nationality, genetics, disability, or Veteran status. 
WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators
Skill Builders LLC, a WV Birth to Three Service Coordination Agency is looking to hire WV Birth to Three Service Coordinators to work in 
Preston, Barbour and Tucker Counties
This position offers the ability to work from home, flexible hours that you schedule yourself, a great hourly rate and the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families in your community. 
This position does typically require travel to family’s home in and around the areas listed above, BUT during the COVID-19 Pandemic, many services and visits are being provided virtually. This position is for day and evening work that you schedule. 
A minimum of a BA degree, preferably in social work, education or a human service field is required OR being a parent of a child that has aged out of the WV Birth to Three System. 
Please email or call for more information regarding this position.    or contact Susan Watson at 304-282-8554 
This posting/position will remain open until filled.  


Behavioral Health Social Workers 
Family Medical Care
3136 West Street, Weirton, WV
Contact: Marcy Crago, MSW 
Clinical Social Worker
WVU Medicine
University Health Associates
JOB TITLE & CODE: Clinical Social Worker (81421)
REPORTS TO: Department Administrator
POSITION SUMMARY:  The Social Worker provides clinical mental health services; including, assessment, crisis intervention, ongoing therapy, and referrals as appropriate. The Social Worker assesses and refers patients for supportive services.  Provides counseling and education for obstetrics and gynecology patients  virtually and  in the outpatient clinics of WVU Medicine.
Provides assistance and guidance to individuals experiencing medial and/or psychosocial crisis precipitated by their diagnosis, or subsequent developments. Performs resource management, facilitation, and referral to other levels of care. The Social Worker intervenes with patients who have complex psychosocial needs, who require referral assistance for social programs and funding sources. . . The social worker serves as patient advocate and counselor, performs psychological assessments, refer patients and families to medical resources and provide patient and family assistance and  assists with referral when appropriate. 
1. Master’s Degree in Social Work.
2. Must have LICSW and appropriate licensure for the state of practice.  
1. One year clinical experience 
CORE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The statements described here are intended to describe the general nature of work being performed by people assigned to this position.  They are not intended to be constructed as an all-inclusive list of all responsibilities and duties.  Other duties may be assigned.
1. Provide assessment, , ongoing counseling, and crisis intervention to patients and their families in relation to social, psychological, financial, and family situations 
2. On basis of preliminary risk screening, assesses patients and family’s psychosocial risk factors through clinical evaluation of prior functioning levels, appropriateness and adequacy of support systems, reaction to diagnosis, , and ability to cope. The Social Worker will also be expected to participate in the ongoing management of those patient’s needs as deemed appropriate. 
3. Documents interventions according to departmental policies and procedure related to the interactions with patients and families emotional, social, and financial consequences of illness and/or disability access and mobilizes family/community resources to meet identified needs. 
4. Collaborates with all member of the Multidisciplinary Team. Builds and maintains relationships with members and healthcare providers to obtain input and updates when developing an individualized plan of care. 
5. Meets directly with patient/family to assess needs and develop an individualized care plan in collaboration with physician, and continues to monitor ongoing management of that patient/family.
6. Promotes, coordinates, and refers to community education programs regarding WVU Medicine services. 
7, Provide education as needed to staff, physicians, and patients for transitional planning needs. 
8. Coordinates supportive counseling services and develops appropriate patient support group systems, and makes appropriate referrals.
9. Assesses patient information and serves as advocate.
10. Makes financial referrals for all indigent patients, as needed.
11. Maintains patient advocacy and ensures services are rendered satisfactorily.
12. Improve patients and their families’ knowledge regarding the importance and components of quality health care.
13. Advocate for the primary needs of the family, including food, shelter, safety, crisis intervention, transportation and child care.
14. Facilitate appropriate referrals and follow-up procedures to acquire necessary resources for patients. 
15. Evaluate activities and environment of clinic to enhance services to  patients.
16. Interacts with community agencies, staff and members to enhance services to patients. 
17. Maintains professional competency to assure delivery of quality patient service.
18. Attends educational activities to assure current in-depth social work knowledge and licensure. 
19. Participates in planning and implementing change and maintaining and improving productivity through attendance and participation in staff meetings, committees, task forces, projects, and discussions within WVU Medicine.
20. Use Data to drive decisions and plan/implement performance improvement strategies related to assigned patients, including fiscal, clinical and patient satisfaction data.
21. Serves as a preceptor for medical staff and any other learners as deemed appropriate.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
1. Prolonged periods of sitting.
2. Visual strain from viewing computer screen.
3. Ability to speak and hear clearly.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Date Reviewed/Revised:   August 2021
Substance Use Disorder Therapist
We are currently looking for a professional who is interested in Substance Use Disorder with the following qualifications as a Therapist:  LGSW, LICSW, LPC.  The link below will take you directly to the Indeed site to apply as well as find a brief job description.   We are currently taking applications and hiring as quickly as possible.   If you have any questions in regards to this position feel free to contact me at


PFS (2 positions): 
West Virginia Prevention Solutions Clarksburg, WV
Full-time Partnerships for Success Coordinator. 
Providing education, advocacy, and resources to respond to community coalition needs. will work with partner agencies to provide support, information, and link with services those youth who are affected by emotional trauma, poverty, early signs of substance use, and/or are engaged in foster care. The PFS role will be to aim to decrease underage drinking, IV drug use and marijuana use among the target population.
Experience with prevention, evidence-based programs, and systems-based approaches to problem solving in an asset-based frame and prior youth and community work is appreciated.  Computer proficiency required with a technical proficiency test as part of the interview process. Valid driver's license required for travel in 13 county region, as travel can be up to 50%. CPS background check required. Bachelor's degree required, Masters preferred.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $34,000.00 - $38,000.00 per year
COVID-19 considerations:
Equipment provided for remote work from home and limits to office presence. Some evenings, weekends and travel required.
Please refer all interested in these positions to submit resumes to
Anne Martin:
SOR (2 positions): 
West Virginia Prevention Solutions Clarksburg, WV
Full-time ODCP Regional Coordinator for State Opioid Response
Providing education, advocacy, and resources to respond to community coalition needs specific to opioid use and misuse in underserved and high-risk populations. Experience with prevention, evidence-based programs, public speaking, and community organizing is appreciated. Computer proficiency required. Valid driver's license required. CPS background check. Travel in 13 county region required, and travel may be as much as 70% for some positions. Bachelor's degree required, Masters degree preferred.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $34,000.00 - $38,000.00 per year
COVID-19 considerations:
Equipment provided for remote work from home and limits to office presence. Some evenings, weekends and travel required.
Please refer all interested in these positions to submit resumes to
Anne Martin:
Case Manager position 
Full-time Lead Clinician Therapist
WVU Medicine has a full-time Case Manager position and a full-time Lead Clinician Therapist position available with our Day Hospital.  This is located at 3600 Collins Ferry Road, Morgantown, WV, 26505.
To apply, please go to our website at or use the links below:
For questions, you make contact Kathy Mathess at 304-598-6083 or email at
TWO Full-time Campaign Coordination Positions
WV Rivers Coalition 
The Public Lands Campaign Coordinator and Climate Campaign Coordinator are both responsible for the overall coordination and execution of their respective campaign goals and activities. 
Read the full job descriptions, including salary and benefits offered, and apply here.  
WV Rivers is a remote work place; WV residency is required. 
WV Rivers is the statewide voice for water-based recreation and clean, drinkable, swimmable, and fishable rivers and streams–from the headwaters to wherever water flows in West Virginia. We’re also the West Virginia state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation and a licensed program of Waterkeeper Alliance. 
Below is a list of opportunities that we are currently aware of. Please share widely and particularly encourage folks from impacted communities to apply. These would be great roles for folks new to advocacy or seasoned pros looking for their next move.
Individual Links:
Jobs & Opportunities


Mission West Virginia Job Openings!

Mission West Virginia currently has several job openings for a new and exciting program and expansion of other programs.  Mission West Virginia changes the lives of youth and families. They promote positive futures by recruiting foster families, providing life skills education and creating community connections. More detailed job opportunities can be found here:


Mission West Virginia’s Bridge program uses Check and Connect, a comprehensive intervention designed to enhance student engagement at school, improve attendance and foster school completion. The manager will oversee the efforts of Mentors, work toward sustainability, reporting to funders, and community relations.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, social work, curriculum and instruction or related field. 5 years’ experience to include: work experience in special education, counseling, social work, or a related field. Demonstrated ability to effectively provide leadership to a team and problem-solve and make decisions independently. Demonstrated experience working with at-risk children and youth, especially youth in foster/kinship care.

**Full-time position based in Hurricane, WV


The Program Implementation Analyst is primarily responsible for overseeing the MWV performance measurement system, including curriculum fidelity using an independent data management system and other established procedures implemented to collect and report on a common set of performance measures that assess program implementation program goals and objectives. 

Minimum Qualifications Include:  Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Health, Business Administration, Computer Science or Education preferred. Previous experience in tracking data a plus along with experience overseeing data reporting for a government-funded project. Knowledge of web-based data reporting systems required and be computer literate with a working knowledge of Microsoft programs.

**Full-time position based in Hurricane, WV.


The Director of Finance will play a critical role in strengthening the internal financial management of the organization, as well as accounting.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management, Finance, NP Management, or associated degree with demonstrated experience in financial management and accounting, ideally in the nonprofit sector. Minimum of five years’ experience with financial management, budgeting, and accounting required.

**Full-time position based in Hurricane, WV.


Mission West Virginia’s Bridge program uses Check and Connect, a comprehensive intervention designed to enhance student engagement at school, improve attendance and foster school completion. The mentor directly works with students and their families, school staff, and community members to implement strategies that address school success for students in foster or kinship care.

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. Experience working with at-risk youth.
Possess excellent interpersonal skills. Available to work a flexible schedule to include occasional evenings and/or weekends.

**Hourly position based in home office/schools in Boone/Kanawha county.



New River Health Association

New River Health Association is hiring Behavioral Health Counselors to provide counseling at our main sites and school health. A mandatory Licensure: LICSW, LCSW, and LPC is required. Full-time work and part-time work available. Travel is possible. Experience working with children and adolescents is preferred for school-based work. EOE and Drug Free Workplace.  Please send cover letter and resume to or call the Human Resources office directly at 304-465-2352.

Enjoy living right next to the best whitewater, mountain biking, rock climbing, hunting, fishing, hiking country of the east in beautiful New River Gorge National Park.  New River Health has sixteen clinical locations in three counties and provides preventive and urgent care, chronic disease management, women’s health, pediatric care, occupational health, behavioral health, school-based health, laboratory services, x-ray, 340b pharmacy, and dental care.


ACIL Community Living Services Program (CLSP) Coordinator (Full-Time Non-Exempt Position)

The Appalachian Center for Independent Living, Inc. (ACIL) was founded in 1982. ACIL is a community-based, cross-disability, non-profit organization. Most of ACIL’s staff and board are persons with disabilities.

ACIL’s five core services are, information & referral, independent living skills training, individual and systems advocacy, peer counseling, and transition assistance from a nursing home or other institutions, and for youth with significant disabilities after completion of secondary education.

ACIL also offers a “Community Living Services Program” (CLSP) with state funding. This service provides ramps, home renovations, and assistive devices for consumers. In recent years the WV Housing Development Fund has given ACIL significant additional funding for ramps and home renovations. With all of these services, consumers can keep living at home.

ACIL also offers:

  • Community Living Services Program” (CLSP) with state funding
  • Transportation (including accessible “non-emergency medical transportation” through WV Medicaid)
  • Consumer support group
  • Housing advocacy and assistance
  • Emergency preparedness

Essential Job Functions:

  • Responsible for the implementation of ACIL’s CLSP Program in our defined service area in which is currently the counties of Boone, Braxton, Calhoun, Clay, Doddridge, Greenbrier, Jackson, Kanawha, Nicholas, Pleasants, Putnam, Ritchie, Roane, Webster, Wirt, and Wood.
  • Monitor the Community Living Services Program waiting list and purchases of home modifications, wheelchair ramps, vehicle modifications, assistive devices, and durable medical equipment. Based on the appropriate funding sources.
  • Knowledge of ADA Standards for accessible design.
  • Promote the Independent Living Philosophy in the community.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with community organizations and consumers to expand opportunities for community connections.
  • Maintain effective and positive working relationships with all disability partners as well as other agencies/service providers to encourage referrals, promote cooperation, and ensure effectiveness of services.
  • Ability to work with diverse consumers on a cross disabilities basis and understand their independent living needs to find resources in the community for referrals.
  • Prepare and submit reports as required in accordance with ACIL’s Operational Policies and Procedures.
  • Schedule appointments for hearing aids, vehicle modifications, and lift chairs.
  • Identifies third party resources, identifies vendors, subcontractors, and obtains bids in accordance with ACIL’s policies and procedures.
  • Provides CLSP documentation for case service records (example: bids, pictures, copies of checks, etc.)
  • Conducts assessments and writes reports to determine what modifications needs to be made and determines specifications for wheelchair ramps.
  • Make referrals to other programs and locates alternative funding sources.
  • Explores options for purchasing multiple items and/or services at a discounted rate.
  • Attend meetings and trainings related to this position.
  • Must document consumer information and services using CIL Management Suites. Must document regularly.
  • Regular attendance and punctuality is required.
  • Provide services in compliance with HIPPA (confidentiality) requirements.
  • Perform related duties as assigned.

Minimum Job Qualifications


  • Associate Degree with Human Services, Social Services, Rehabilitation Services, or closely related field. High school diploma and a contractor’s license or construction background may be substituted.

Desirable Experience/Knowledge:

  • Personal experience with a disability or working with persons with disabilities is preferred
  • Ability to interact with consumers as a peer.
  • Knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and ADA standards for accessible design.
  • Knowledge in construction and building.

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:

  • Must be a self-starter with the ability to organize tasks and manage time effectively.
  • Must have excellent interactive skills and ability to motivate others.
  • Requires excellent written and communication skills.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, internet, and email.
  • Ability to work with management and staff to achieve goals of the organization.
  • Ability to work independently, one-on-one or in a group setting to provide support with the ongoing daily operations of a non-profit organization.
  • Must be able to travel throughout the sixteen-county service area independently. May occasionally attend meetings, trainings, and conferences during non-working hours.
  • Must have a WV Class D license and a verifiable good driving record.
  • Must be able to pass a background check and drug test.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:

  • The position will primarily be in an office setting but will be required to go to consumer homes to complete assessments and take before and after photos. Periods of sedentary work and data entry are required. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Supervision of Position:

  • This position is supervised by the Executive Director

Positions Supervised by the Community Living Services Coordinator:

  • None

Other Job Responsibilities:

  • Other duties that may be assigned.

Salary Range:

Salary is negotiable, plus benefits including health insurance, disability insurance, IRA, annual, holiday, and sick leave.

Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to: Meredith Pride, Executive Director, to by Monday, October 25, 2021



Valley HealthCare System is a non-profit comprehensive behavioral health care system with an $15 million annual budget providing behavioral health care services to 6,000 consumers in north central West Virginia. Valley HealthCare System is searching for bachelor level applicants for our Crisis Specialists, Service Coordinators, Residential Specialist and Behavioral Support Specialists. Our Crisis Specialists will work directly within our Crisis Residential Unit completing assessments, answering 24-hour phone line and monitoring of clients. Our Service Coordinator positions will assess client needs, plan & set treatment goals and evaluate progress towards their goals. Our Residential Specialist positions will work directly with substance use disorder clients in our residential programs. Our Behavioral Support Specialists will work with our Intellectual/Developmentally Disabled clients to provide positive behavior support and implement habilitation programming. These position require a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field. There is no need for prior experience or training. Those hired will receive paid training including on-the-job training for the position. The positions provide great experience for those seeking their Master’s degree to gain experience. All full-time positions offer a competitive salary with benefits such as health insurance, dental and vision insurance, company paid Life, STD and LTD Insurance, Paid Time Off and the ability to participate in a 403(b) retirement with company matching contributions.

Offering a sign on-bonus up to $2500!

**New supplemental pay for our direct care positions. **
For more information about Valley HealthCare please visit .
Interested candidates can apply by clicking Careers on our website.
Valley HealthCare System is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Behavioral Health Clinician/Counselor

Rainelle Medical Center (RMC) has a full-time position open for a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW), Licensed Clinical Psychologist or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) to work in our Behavioral Health program and school based health clinic.

Some travel may be required. Positions available in Greenbrier and Fayette Counties. Excellent benefits package and student loan repayment available. RMC is a federally qualified health center (FQHC). Please forward your resume to Laura Eagle at