Healthy Grandfamilies training supported by Public Health students

Healthy Grandfamilies training supported by Public Health students

Students in the WVU School of Public Health are helping to implement West Virginia State University's Healthy Grandfamilies program in Preston County. The program provides training and support to older citizens raising their grandchildren. Read the story in The Dominion Post.

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    WVU Public Health faculty to be celebrated during Research Week 2019

    Four faculty members from the WVU School of Public Health are participating in celebratory events during the University's inaugural Research Week, April 1-5, 2019.

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  • ICYMI: Julie Donohue video available online

    ICYMI: Julie Donohue video available online

    Healthcare policy expert Julie Donohue's presentation was webcast live and recorded for those who couldn't attend. The video is now available online.

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  • WVABLE Community Awareness and Information Event

    WVABLE Community Awareness and Information Event

    Join the State Treasurer’s Office and WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities on April 5, 2019 for a WVABLE Community Awareness and Information Event. The WVABLE, or Achieving a Better Life Experience, Program program allows qualified individuals with disabilities to open a tax-advantaged savings account without the risk of losing resource based benefits such as SSI, Medicaid, and Title XIX Waiver. 

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