VAN WERT — In order to meet growing needs at The Marsh Foster Care and Adoption Center, the organization has hired Megan Riemesch as its third foster care consultant.
“Becoming a foster parent is a brave decision. I’m excited to support families of all kinds through the good, bad, frustrating, most amazing times of their lives,” Riemesch said.
She obtained her degree in social work from The Ohio State University and previously worked at Westwood Behavioral Health and Allen County Children’s Services.
“I truly want to help others and that is why I chose a career in social work in the first place. This position will allow me to do just that,” Riemesch said.
“We are excited about the opportunity to have Megan join our team,” said Melissa Snyder, foster care supervisor at Marsh. “Unfortunately, we are seeing more and more children needing care. Thankfully, we are fortunate to have a strong, compassionate staff that use their talents to work closely with these families and children,” she added.
The Marsh Foundation is a non-profit children’s services agency that provides services including group homes, family foster care, adoption and independent living.