This  is a quick at-a-glance phone list to many of the organizations that serve the  Cabell County area.

CLICK ON LINK to download a PDF of Cabell Co. Quick Guide

Cabell Resource Quick Guide updated Sept 2018 Final PDF

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.

 

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Cabell County FRN is proud to launch our “Resources for Healthy Teeth Toolkit”.  The information in the Toolkit is compiled to make it easy to access a variety of different materials to help parents and programs promote good oral health and help children have healthy teeth and smiles for life.  Examples include: national children’s dental health campaign, tips for healthy teeth, find a dentist, lessons to use with students, and fun activities for children.  This project is done in collaboration with Marshall University and DentaQuest foundation.

CLICK HERE to go to “Resources for Healthy Teeth Toolkit”

 

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24 hour Substance Abuse/ mental health 844-HELP4WV

 

Help 4 WV - JPEG

 

CLICK HERE to download PDF of Help 4 WV -> Help 4 WV

 

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Other local resource directory & websites for health provider listings:

Cabell Huntington Health Dept. – 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/

 

Health Source Directory Link to buy a directory from the Herald Dispatch

  http://media.herald-dispatch.com/ecom/health.html

  

Notifications:

Heads Up Emergency:  http://www.headsupemergency.com/

Wide Area Rapid Notification: http://www.ccerc911.org/warn

 

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WV CHIP:  WV CHIP was created to help working families who do not have health insurance for their children. Children who get good medical care have a better chance of being healthy and doing well in school.

Visit the website to find out about services covered and how to apply for WV CHIP. http://www.chip.wv.gov/

 

Insurance, Medicaid, Medicare resource links:

Medicaid Managed Care Organizations

Aetna https://www.aetna.com

The Health Plan https://healthplan.org

Mountain Health Trust https://mountainhealthtrust.com

Unicare https://www.unicare.com/health-insurance/home/overview

WV Family Health http://www.wvfh.com/

 

Health Insurance Marketplace www.healthcare.gov or

contact a local insurance agent

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WV Department of Health & Human Resources Children & Adult Service Directory 

http://www.dhhr.wv.gov/bcf/

Reporting Abuse and Neglect: Reports must be made to the Abuse and Neglect Hotline  1-800-352-6513, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

 

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American Red Cross | Help Those Affected by Disasters

Every 8 minutes the American Red Cross responds to an emergency. Support the Red Cross. Join us today by making a donation.

 WWW.REDCROSS.ORG 304-340-3650

PHONE NUMBER:  MAIN OFFICE  in Cross Lanes that has a full time staff — 304-340-3650.  (OFFICE COVERS CABELL COUNTY AS WELL)

CONTACTS:

JUSTIN WILLIAMS, JUSTIN.WILLIAMS@REDCROSS.ORG 304-340-3650 EXT.1010

KIMBERLY PRICHARD, KIMBERLY.PRICHARD@REDCROSS.ORG  304-340-3650 EXT. 1805

ADDRESS: AMERICAN RED CROSS, 113 LAKEVIEW DR., CHARLESTON, WV 25313

AMERICAN RED CROSS, 1111 VETERANS MEMORIAL BLVD., HUNTINGTON, WV 25701

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West Virginia Aging & Disability Resource Centers

In 2003 the U.S. Administration on Aging awarded a three-year grant to the State of West Virginia to establish two pilot Aging & Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs), targeting seniors who are 60+ years of age and adults with physical disabilities.  These pilots served citizens in Marion and Ohio counties.  In 2006, West Virginia was awarded a two-year extension to the grant, and services were expanded to five additional counties — Hancock, Brooke, Marshall, Wetzel, and Taylor.
Building on the success of the federally funded ADRCs, in 2007 Governor Joe Manchin and the West Virginia Legislature provided funding to the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services to establish additional ADRCs throughout the state.  In November 2007, these ADRCs opened their doors, and citizens in every county in West Virginia had access to the ADRCs.
Today, the ADRC concept has continued to evolve from stand-along resource centers into a network of partnering aging and disability organizations committed to providing professionally trained staff that can guide you through the maze of long-term care services and supports and answer your questions.  The Aging and Disability Resource Network (ADRN) is a comprehensive web-based resource center that is fully accessible and searchable by the public 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Contact the ADRN and let our network of partners go to work helping you to build a bridge to your long term care needs.

 

Browse Resources on the WVADRC website to see all resources available in that county.

https://www.wvnavigate.org/SitePages/Home.aspx#/

 

Barbour Berkeley Boone Braxton Brooke Cabell Calhoun Clay Doddridge Fayette Gilmer Grant Greenbrier Hampshire Hancock Hardy Harrison Jackson Jefferson Kanawha Lewis Lincoln Logan Marion Marshall Mason Mcdowell Mercer Mineral Mingo Monongalia Monroe Morgan Nicholas Ohio Pendleton Pleasants Pocahontas Preston Putnam Raleigh Randolph Ritchie Roane Summers Taylor Tucker Tyler Upshur Wayne Webster Wetzel Wirt Wood Wyoming

If you have questions about services please call Toll-Free 866-981-2372, Fax 304-766-4137, or Email adrn@wvstateu.edu.

West Virginia Aging & Disability Resource Network
1400 Ohio Avenue, Suite B
Dunbar, West Virginia 25064

West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services
Mailing Address: 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East Charleston, West Virginia 25305
Physical Address: 3003 Charleston Town Center Mall, 3rd floor, Charleston, West Virginia 25389
Phone: (304) 558-3317, (877) 987-3646
Fax: (304) 558-5609

State Office – Charleston – Serves All WV Counties

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WV Foodlink – Connecting People and Food Resources in West Virginia

Our work is motivated by a vision that all people must have access to safe, nutritious and culturally appropriate food in sufficient quantity and quality to sustain a healthy life with human dignity. Today many West Virginians face critical challenges in meeting their basic nutritional needs. To meet their immediate food needs a large network made up of food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and other meal programs coordinate to provide short-term food resources and relief. WV FOODLINK serves as an information center, forum and interactive atlas for program directors, social workers, policy makers and WV residents.

http://foodlink.wvu.edu/index.html

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Cabell County WV Offices

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/

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FamilyWize Overview:
Increasing Access to Affordable Prescription Medications
FamilyWize Community Service Partnership helps improve the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities. We are a grassroots, community based program that has national and local partnerships with United Way, American Heart Association and more than 100,000 community organizations, government agencies, pharmacies, health systems and businesses. Together, we are making prescription medications more affordable and more accessible for millions of Americans.

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FamilyWize Prescription Savings Card Information

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Find out what community members, teachers, clergy and adults can do to help children and youth deal with traumatic experiences of violence and disaster.

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What Community Members Can Do to deal with disaster & violence

 

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