Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley announces their new Clinical Director

Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley announces their new Clinical Director
 
Harrisonburg, VA – May 3, 2021 – Approximately 6,000 people in the Central Shenandoah Valley Community are affected with brain injury. In 2020, Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley (BICSV) met its mission to help provide options for your neighbors to return to work, school, and live productive and meaningful lives.
 
Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley (BICSV) gladly welcomes Jen DuVon as the new Clinical Director. Mrs. DuVon graduated from Eastern Mennonite University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work and will graduate in May with her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of North Dakota. Jen has been a staff member with BICSV for nearly 9 years. She has consulted, trained and supervised case managers in the human services setting. She also has conducted needs assessments, developed person-centered individualized services plans, assisted with the Triage Team and facilitated support groups for clients living with brain injury. Additionally, Jen is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) and highly experienced in the field of brain injury services.
 
Mrs. DuVon shared, “I'm very excited to join Brain Injury Connections’ team in this new leadership role. BICSV does amazing and important work in our community, providing supports and services to persons with brain injury, their families and caregivers. BICSV fills a crucial gap in our community. Without BICSV services, many of our clients and families would fall through the cracks and be left without support. I'm proud of the work BICSV does, and am thrilled to join alongside our staff as the new Clinical Director.”
 
“We are excited to welcome Mrs. DuVon as our new Clinical Director. She has a heart for our client population and really knows their needs and how best to access resources and supports for them. I am looking forward to having her supervise the efforts of our case management team, as we continue our pursuit to provide the highest standards of care here in the Shenandoah Valley,” stated Cindy Noftsinger, Executive Director.
 
Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley, Inc. is the only non-profit organization, serving individuals with brain injury, which includes Rockingham, Augusta, Page, Shenandoah Bath, Highland, and Rockbridge counties and the cities located within these counties. BICSV is an affiliate organization with James Madison University’s (JMU) Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services (IIHHS). BICSV combines public and private resources to provide specialized services for persons affected by brain injury. The mission of our organization is enhancing the lives of individuals affected by brain injury through cultivating connections with information, services and resources.
 
For more information about Brain Injury Connections of Shenandoah Valley, Inc., please visit our website www.bicsv.org or call 540-568-8923.
 
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