LOGAN, W.Va. — After seven years of serving child victims of abuse crimes the Logan Child Advocacy Center is expanding their space.
“Our program has grown each year and the County Commission is renovating more space for us in the Family Court Building,” Beth Cook, Executive Director, said.
Currently, paint is being applied and new flooring will be next. All the work is being done by Logan County Commission employees at no cost to the Child Advocacy Center.
“Kids are a priority with us,” Commission President Danny Godby said.
“We are happy to provide a safe and comfortable space for children who need your services” added Commissioner Danny Ellis.
The new space will host a permanent home for trauma therapy and administrative offices.
“Now we will be able to host more families at one time,” Cook said. “We are very grateful to the Commission for their continuing support of our work.”