West Virginia Agencies & Organizations

Alzheimer’s Association:

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.

People’s Hospice:

304-624-2424 or 800-339-9896 – Care for the terminally ill and their families.

Rainbow House:

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.