Children and Families Take Over the West Virginia Capitol

The State Journal - Lisa Radford, of Tucker County, said without her local family resource center, she would not have been able to stop the nightmares her 4-year-old great nephew was having. Read

He was in an abusive family situation, so her family of six grew one more, she said.

"We have a very busy and active family," she said. "Here we were with a small child, basically starting over, this little guy needed help in a variety of areas."

Representatives from the Our Children, Our Future campaign spoke before the Joint Committee on Children and Families Sept. 10.


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