Most West Virginians will go out of their way to help someone in need. Some West Virginians make it their career to do so, such as the social workers from the Wheeling area featured in this article.
"I’m not there to do those things for them," says parent educator Brittani Rouse. "I am there to help them find the resources that they need, so that they can accomplish those things on their own to have that feeling of empowerment.”
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