BELINGTON, W.Va. — Barbour Community Health Association (BCHA) is pleased to introduce the hire of Jessie Massimino as their new Behavioral Health Case Manager at Barbour Behavioral Health.
BCHA is thrilled to be expanding the Behavioral Health Team throughout all four locations in Barbour County, including Belington Medical Clinic, Myers Clinic, Brandon Wellness Center and ABU Wellness Center.
A native of Maryland, Massimino grew up on Kent Island and moved to West Virginia to attend Davis & Elkins College where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Human Services. Psychology was always a subject that interested Massimino, and combined with her passion for helping others, inspired her to turn to the mental health field.
After graduating in 2010, Massimino began her career working with children and families in outpatient behavioral health, and was a certified facilitator in parenting education. She then went on to work as an advocate for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault with Women’s Aid in Crisis, and later at the Randolph-Tucker Children’s Advocacy Center as the Advocacy and Prevention Coordinator.
Knowing she wanted to get back into mental health treatment, Massimino was eager to begin her journey at BCHA.
“I’m looking forward to the opportunities to grow my experience and I am excited about the unique and beneficial treatment programs that are a part of BCHA,” Massimino stated.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Massimino call, 304-457-4000.