Life-long West Virginia resident Melody Bailey is pleased to announce the launch of her new local small business, Caring Transitions of Kanawha Valley. This locations serves Charleston, Elkview, Cross Lanes, Winfield, Teays Valley and Hurricane as well as the rest of Kanawha, Putnam, and other surrounding counties.
“Caring Transitions is unique because we are a full-service solution and we because we are focused on compassionate, caring service. We understand that transitions are tough and we want to help you get to the next chapter in your life with as little stress as possible,” Bailey said. “This is a family-oriented region and, when someone needs help, it’s assumed the family will pitch in to get things done. But we all know that sometimes having your family step in might not be the best or most efficient option and it’s easy for a weekend project to turn into a year-long one. Whether you want someone to take over the process all together or you need a little help with one piece of the transition, Caring Transitions is here to help.”
Bailey worked for the state government for more than a decade and, while she enjoyed her work, she was ready for a change. When she took a hard look at what she loved to do and what she might enjoy for her next move, she came up with what might sound like an unusual answer.
“I absolutely love to move and to help people move. I love going through a house, looking at everything inside, creating a plan, packing and resettling. Anytime a friend or family member is looking to move, they call me,” Bailey said. “When I came across Caring Transitions while researching business opportunities, I realized this business would be a perfect combination of my passion for planning, relocating and estate clearing with a service I think this community desperately needs. I’m excited to work with people in this community and to help families have less stressful transitions.”
Caring Transitions of Kanawha Valley is bonded, insured and their W2 employees have been background checked. For additional information call (304)513-3013, email MJBailey@CaringTransitions.com or visit http://www.CaringTransitionsofKanawhaValley.com.