West Virginia Agencies & Organizations
800-491-2717 – Information, education, and support services for caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia.
American Red Cross:
304-624-7689 – Disaster relief services and armed forces emergency services to the community. Health, safety, and blood services area also available.
The Arc of Harrison County:
304-624-3641 – Serves children and adults with developmental disabilities by providing advocacy, housing assistance, job training, service coordination, community-based day habilitation, and residential habilitation.
Bi-County Nutrition Program, Inc.:
304-622-4075 – Home-delivered meals for the elderly and disabled, congregate meals, nutrition education, and socialization for those 60 years of age and older.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Central West Virginia:
304-983-2383, ext. 104 – Serves children living in single-parent families by providing a one-to-one friendship with dedicated adult volunteers.
Boy Scouts of America Allohak Council:
800-654-5272. Dedicated to helping young people reach their full potential through leadership, citizenship, and ethics.
304-623-6681 or 304-623-0921 or 304-624-4966 – Information and Referral Service providing assistance with emergency food, finances, and utilities; other services include Consumer Credit Counseling and Representative Payee Program.
Family Service of Marion and Harrison Counties:
304-842-0200 or 304-366-4750 – Counseling, case management services, Alzheimer’s care, and in-home assistance for the elderly and disabled.
4-H Leaders Association of Harrison County:
304-324-8650 – Encourages youth to take on leadership roles, promote life skills, and get involved in their community through various 4-H and youth development programs.
Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council:
304-.366-1442 or 800-756-7616 – Dedicated to building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Harrison County CASA Program, Inc.:
304-623-5749 – send an email – Recruit, screen, and train Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers, appointed by a judge, to be his eyes and ears and speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the court system, with the goal of timely placement in a safe, permanent home.
Harrison County YMCA:
304-623-3303 – Helps individuals and families grown in spirit, mind, and body through character development activities.
Health Access, Incorporated:
304-622-2708 – send an email – A free primary care medical clinic providing care and prescription medications to income qualified uninsured adults from Harrison and Doddridge Counties.
Hope Inc. – Task Force on Domestic Violence:
304-624-9835 or 304-367-1100 – Services and shelter for sexual assault and domestic violence victims.
Kids on the Block:
304-622-8495 – A Program of Central West Virginia Community Action Association, Inc. Educational puppet programs dealing with social issues, life skills, disabilities, and safety.
Legal Aid of West Virginia, Inc.:
304-623-6649 – Seeks equal justice for the poor, the elderly, people with disabilities, and victims of abuse.
Literacy Volunteers of Harrison County:
304-624-0533 – send an email – Free, confidential, one-on-one tutoring in basic reading, writing, and math skills; computer literacy; GED tutoring; and English as a Second Language (ESL).
North Central West Virginia Coalition for the Homeless:
304-623-2018 – Provides a dayroom for the homeless or disadvantaged, serving breakfast, coffee, and snacks. Also offers coats, blankets, toiletries, and referral to help the needy find social service providers and health care.
304-624-2424 or 800-339-9896 – Care for the terminally ill and their families.
304-592-3592 – Residential care and services for alcoholic or chemically dependent males.
Scott Place Homeless Shelter:
304-366-6543 – A Program of North Central West Virginia Community Action Association, Inc. Emergency shelter, food, case management, and mentoring services for individuals and families.
Susan Drew Hoff Memorial Clinic:
304-745-3700 – Health and dental services to the actively working poor in Harrison County.
YWCA of Harrison County:
304-624-6881 – Creates opportunities for growth, health, education, and fitness for women and girls. Youth initiatives include theater, social, dance and art.