Cabell County FRN Focus Area-Specific Resources:
Cabell County Quick Guide:
This is an at-a-glance phone list to many of the organizations that serve the Cabell County area.
Cabell County Quick Guide (updated Jan. 2021, with a new edition on the way): Cabell Resource Quick Guide Jan 2021
The material presented here is for your information only. It is not intended to constitute professional advice and should not be relied upon as such.
** NOTE: If you cannot find a service listed, i.e. support groups, Medicaid waiver providers, & referrals to food, clothing pantries, Dress for Success, call Info. & Referral 528-5660 or Search I&R database topics http://services.cabell.lib.wv.us/ or Call WV 211.
General Cabell County Information:
Find government offices in Cabell County WV and general data such as population, demographics, unemployment rate, salaries, geography, crime, and political breakdown. http://www.countyoffice.org/
- City of Huntington
- Huntington Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
- City of Milton
- Village of Barboursville
- West Virginia Aging & Disability Resource Centers
- West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services
- Facing Hunger Food Bank
- WV Foodlink
- Cabell-Huntington Coalition for the Homeless/Harmony House
- American Red Cross
- United Way of the River Cities
- Rapid Response WV
- A New Beginning Crisis Pregnancy Center
- Branches’ LGBTQ+ Health and Safety Resource Guide
- Statewide Family Advisory Board parent group with the Bureau for Behavioral Health
Neonatal Care with Family Support
Children’s Behavioral Health
CDC Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccination Resources:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone ages 6 months and older get vaccinated against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). As such, CDC is excited to share resources for parents, vaccine providers, and partners. A website for parents and caregivers includes information on COVID-19 vaccination for children and adolescents. In addition, a list of resources for vaccine providers is available to help support conversations with families about vaccination and to highlight ways to improve vaccine accessibility for children, including those with disabilities and special health care needs. Jurisdictions, community partners, vaccine providers, and others can visit the COVID-19 Vaccination for Children site for up-to-date information and resources to help inform planning for pediatric vaccination.
Resources are now available to help encourage COVID-19 vaccination for children ages 6 months and older and for teens. Please share these resources with your network of community partners, vaccine providers, and parents and caregivers.
For Community Partners and Vaccine Providers
- The Resources to Promote the COVID-19 Vaccination for Children & Teens webpage contains information to help navigate conversations with parents and caregivers of children and teens. A suite of digital and downloadable resources is available to share with families, including content for social media, videos, printable factsheets, and webpages.
- The Quick Conversation Guide webpage helps visitors navigate answers to common questions that parents and caregivers may have about the COVID-19 vaccines for children and teens. Providers can use this guide to address concerns and to help parents feel more confident about vaccinating their children.
- The Vaccinating Children with Disabilities Against COVID-19 webpage includes strategies to improve COVID-19 vaccine accessibility for children with disabilities and special health care needs.
- The COVID-19 Vaccination for Children webpage serves as a landing page for jurisdictions, community partners, and vaccine providers to find up-to-date information and resources to help inform vaccination planning for children and teens.
- The Equity in Childhood COVID-19 Vaccination webpage highlights the work currently being done and resources to improve vaccine access and equity.
For Parents and Caregivers
The COVID-19 Vaccines for Children and Teens site is structured to help parents and caregivers easily find information on various topics, including:
- Help304: 1-877-HELP304, http://help304.com
- HELP4WV: 844-HELP4WV, www.help4wv.com
- Children’s Crisis and Referral Line: 844-HELP4WV, www.help4wv.com
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-TALK (8255), https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
- Abuse and Neglect Hotline: 1-800-352-6513, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Other local resource directory & websites for health provider listings:
- Cabell Huntington Health Department – https://www.cabellhealth.org/
- Cabell Huntington Hospital – http://www.cabellhuntington.org/
- Huntington Internal Medicine Group (HIMG)- http://uhswv.com/
- Marshall Health – http://www.marshallhealth.org/
- Prestera (behavioral health & addiction services) – http://www.prestera.org
- St. Mary’s Medical Center – http://www.st-marys.org/
- Valley Health System – http://valleyhealth.org/
- Visit the Health Insurance Marketplace or contact a local insurance agent
Please share these resource links with others! Contact us if you would like to see your resource listed on this page.
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