Jeff Cash, a resident of the Bedford-area Twin Oaks group home for adults with intellectual disabilities, a friend to his housemates and the Lutheran Family Services of Virginia staff there, and a profoundly dedicated and unwavering fan of the Dallas Cowboys (and the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, for that matter), died Tuesday. He had only recently realized a […]Read More.
As a provider of services funded through Medicaid, we understand that there may be some concern about how the shutdown might impact LFSVA. While we cannot promise that there will not be an effect on Medicaid payments, we do know that previous federal government shutdowns did not stop the state from paying for Medicaid services. […]Read More.
By Dan Montgomery Lutheran Family Services of Virginia executives Lisa Morgan and Tresha Lafon have stepped up to new positions, Morgan as Chief Operating Officer, and Lafon as the organization’s first Chief Quality Officer. Morgan and Lafon had been LFSVA’s vice presidents of program operations for three years. “Lisa has over 25 years of experience […]Read More.
By Ariana Estes LFSVA was recently awarded a grant from the Sam and Marion Golden Helping Hand Foundation to help facilitate services to students ages 14 to 21 who need support and education as they transition from school to adulthood. Thanks to the funds from this award, LFSVA’s Supported Employment Services will begin working with eligible Roanoke […]Read More.
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