Lifeskills and WKU establish center for children’s welfare

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BOWLING GREEN, KY. – LifeSkills, Inc. and the Center for Child Welfare Education and Research, part of the College of Health and Human Services at WKU, announced a five-year partnership. In recognition, the Center will be known as the LifeSkills Center for Child Welfare Education and Research.

Established in 2019, the Center facilitates applied translational research focused on improving family and child well-being through research and education and offering students the opportunity to actively contribute to this work.

“We are thrilled to announce this partnership with LifeSkills, a dedicated leader in premium healthcare services in Kentucky, which was developed through our strong relationship with Joe Dan Beavers and his leadership team,” said Dr. Austin Griffiths (’06, ’11), Director of the Center. “We share a vision of improving the community through innovation, collaboration and service.”

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