W. Va. names ombudsman for state’s overwhelmed foster care system

CHARLESTON, W. Va. — West Virginia has appointed an ombudsman for its overwhelmed foster care system. The state health department announced Oct. 21 that Pamela M. Woodman-Kaehler has been named to the newly created position. Her job will be to investigate complaints and collect data about the state's foster care system. The number of children under state ...

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