Dear supporters of criminal justice reform,
Expungement law now in effect…read all about it!
On June 7th Senate Bill 152 the expungement bill became law of the land in West Virginia! This is exciting for so many people who have waited years to no longer be discriminated against because of their conviction history. And it’s exciting for West Virginia because we are stronger when our friends and neighbors are afforded every opportunity to employment, housing, and hope.
Please see the attached one pager from Legal Aid of WV for important information about the new law. Take caution before you file your petition because the law states you can only petition once, so please be absolutely sure before you petition that you are eligible and you have all your paperwork in order. For more details about what qualifies, how to petition etc., the Legal Aid of WV website is an excellent resource. Spread the word!
Also if you are a lawyer or know any lawyers who might want to volunteer to assist people with their expungement petition, please respond to this email. We hope to see as many people as possible who are eligible to petition to successfully navigate the process and get their record cleared!
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50+ vendors are dedicated to improving the quality of life for older adults. Financial planning, Housing options, Home Healthcare, Medical equipment, and much more!
Registration will be limited to the first 50 PAID vendors. If you need an invoice, please contact the front desk at 296-9812 or email@example.com
Please complete and return this form with payment to:
Senior Monongalians, Inc.
P. O. Box 653
Morgantown, WV 26507
Office: (304) 296-9812 Fax: (304) 296-3917
website: http://www.seniormons.org facebook: Senior Monongalians, Inc.
YOU MAY SCAN & EMAIL THIS FORM, AND MAIL PAYMENT SEPERATELY, IF DESIRED
The 2018 Call for Workshops for the 40th Summer Institute on Aging is open! The 2018 conference sponsored by WVU School of Social Work will be held June 12-14, 2018 at Lakeview Resort & Conference Center in Morgantown, WV. The theme is “Adventures in Aging: Building Wisdom, Well Being and Wonder”
Below is some information about how to submit a proposal. The website http://sioa.wvu.edu has a lot of information about past conferences (see previous brochures under “conference archive”). In terms of our audience, we usually have mostly social workers, but also some nurses, licensed professional counselors, activities directors in nursing homes, and family caregivers. We offer the conference as part of an elective course in the WVU Gerontology Certificate program, so we also have undergraduate and graduate students in attendance at the Institute.
Proposals (90 minutes or 3 hours) will be accepted online at https://sioa.wvu.edu/2018-conference/presenters/ – the deadline is January 15, 2018.
Please share with interested persons! For additional information or questions, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-293-3280.
Cathy McConnell, Esq, J.D., Executive Director of WV Senior Legal Aid will be presenting “Capacity, Competency & Undue Influence” to be held on Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at First Christian Church, 1343 National Road, Wheeling WV. Sign in will start at 12:30 pm and the workshop will run from 1pm – 3:15pm. There will be 2 CEU credits for WV Social Workers (Bethany College 490052) and 2 CEU credits for WV Registered Professional Nurses (Altenheim Resource & Referral Services WV 2003 0431 RN). The fee is $20.00.
Questions? 304 243-0996 or email@example.com