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 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  or Call WV 211.



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”



Cabell-Huntington Coalition for the Homeless Street Sheet – Indoor Community Meals and Agency Resources

CLICK to download CHCH Cabell-Huntington Street Sheet

IF you are homeless or at-risk of losing your housing, please call: (304) 523-2764 ext. 115 Harmony House Coordinated Entry Specialist.


One 4 All Expo Vendor & Resource List: Community resource information for families and individuals with disabilities.

If you are a community vendor and want to be listed on this page or need your current information updated, please contact One4All Disability at 304-691-1393 or send an email to



24 hour Substance Abuse/ mental health 844-HELP4WV


Help 4 WV - JPEG


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


Other local resource directory & websites for health provider listings:

Cabell Huntington Health Dept. –

Cabell Huntington Hospital –

Huntington Internal Medicine Group (HIMG)-

Marshall Health –

Prestera  (behavioral health & addiction services) 

St. Mary’s Medical Center –

Valley Health System  –


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



Heads Up Emergency:

Wide Area Rapid Notification:


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.


Insurance, Medicaid, Medicare resource links:

Medicaid Managed Care Organizations


The Health Plan

Mountain Health Trust




Health Insurance Marketplace or

contact a local insurance agent

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

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.

Women’s Right To Know  –  Resource Directory

How to use the Women’s Right to Know Resource Directory …

  • Look for the county where you live or the county where you would like to receive services.
  • Look for the type of agency you need.
  • Call one of the agencies listed and tell them what you need.
  • If they are not able to help you with what you need, ask them whom you should call.

Please remember there are many people who can help you.  They will answer your questions or tell you whom to call.  It is important to keep asking questions until you get the help you need.


West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources

Office of Maternal, Child and Family Health

350 Capitol Street, Room 427

Charleston, WV 25301-3417

(304) 558-5388

(800) 642-8522

CLICK below to download the directory from WV Office of Maternal, Child and Family Health

WRTK Resource Directory April 2019



Adoption Agency

Burlington UM Family Services

900 Washington St. East

Charleston, WV 25301



Adoption Agency

Children’s Home Society

1145 Greenbrier St.

Charleston, WV 25311

(304) 345-3894

1 (800) 854-1544


Family Resource Network

Cabell County FRN

1002 3rd Avenue, Floor 3

Huntington, WV  25701

(304) 697-0255


Local Health Department

Cabell-Huntington Health Dept

703 7th Avenue

Huntington, WV 25701

(304) 523-6483


Pregnancy Care Center

A New Beginning Crisis Pregnancy Center

925 8th Street

Huntington, WV 25701

(304) 697-0411


Pregnancy Care Center

Birthright of Huntington

709 3rd Avenue

Huntington, WV 25701

(304) 523-1212

1 (800) 555-4900


West Virginia WIC Agency

Valley Health – Cabell Co WIC

5187 US Route 60, Ste 12

Huntington, WV  25705

(304) 302-2013

LQBTQ+ Health & Safety Resource Guide

Seeking safety from domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, or human trafficking can be complicated, and members of the LGBTQ+ community often face added barriers to safety. The Cabell County STOP Team wants you to know we recognize those obstacles and want to honor your experience. Services are available today, and advocates can help you find your path to an individualized safety plan. Remember, you’re the expert of your situation, and you know what’s safest. 

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)






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.


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

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

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.

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.

FamilyWize Overview:
Cabell County Family Resource Network, Inc. partners with FamilyWize to provide access to affordable prescription medications in order to ensure greater health and financial stability to community members.

The FamilyWize Prescription Savings Card:

  • Is free for everyone – it’s like a coupon that you can use as often as you want.
  • Reduces cost – just show the card every time to get the lowest prices, whether it be FamilyWize, insurance or retail price.
  • Is easy to use with no registration or eligibility requirements.
  • Covers FDA approved prescription medications.
  • Saves an average of 45% on prescriptions.
  • Accepted at major chain pharmacies nationwide


How do I get a card?

Drug Price LookUp Tool:

  • You are able to see the FamilyWize price of your prescription(s) by either going to org or by downloading the free FamilyWize app. Simply enter your drug name, dosage and zip code to find the lowest price within a 10 mile radius.


FamilyWize negotiates fair drug prices directly with major pharmacies like CVS, Walmart, and Walgreens. We pass the savings onto our members, free of charge.

To start saving with FamilyWize, a member just needs to show the savings card to their local pharmacist whenever they fill a prescription at a participating pharmacy. The discount will be automatically applied to the retail price of the drug.

Members can use their card as often as they want. Cards do not expire. Cards may also be used for family members’ prescriptions and shared with friends.


CLICK to download PDF of information Family Wize Website Verbiage 12-2020


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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.

Click to download the 10 pages pamphlet

What Community Members Can Do to deal with disaster & violence

List Your Organization on

Our Mission

Rapid Response WV is a joint effort of a growing number of nonprofit organizations and community leaders to support our neighbors through this crisis. Funded by For WVs Future, this online portal will connect the people and service providers of our great state to one another. Together, we will take care of each others needs and build a stronger, healthier future.

Contact Us

Rapid Response WV intake forms are managed by volunteers. Please note that while we will do our best to respond to you in a timely manner, we cannot guarantee services or replies to everyone. If you are experiencing an emergency please call 911.

For local service listings, check out our resource page or call 211.

If you are an organization that would like to recruit volunteers and/or have your services listed on our site, please complete this form.

If you are looking for help or support during this time, please fill out this form.

If you would like to volunteer your time, skills, or space during this time, please fill out this form.

Do you have ideas for more ways we can connect with and serve each other? Are you an organization or service provider and need to have your information updated? Contact us below.

Are you a leader with a church group, nonprofit, business, or other organization that is offering services to your community?

Do you have resources to distribute but need volunteer help to get it done?

Please fill out the form below to apply to have your resources listed on our website. The name of your organization, type of service, contact info, and website or Facebook page will be listed publicly so that anyone in your area can be connected with you. If you indicate a need for volunteer support, our team will do their best to connect you with folks in your area willing to help. If after filling out this form your services or information change, please contact so we can update them.

** Please Note: Only organizations offering free, meaningful, verifiable services will be posted and the organizers reserve the right to remove an organization posting at any time.

CLICK for more information

In hard times, West Virginians of all backgrounds, beliefs, and abilities come together to support each other. Old and young, black and white, rich and poor-it’s who we are. Today as in any crisis, neighbors, friends, and strangers are helping each other and creating a better tomorrow.

Rapid Response WV is designed to coordinate local efforts to reduce the impact of COVID-19. We are working with our partners to identify needs related to the pandemic, protect our most vulnerable neighbors, and build a new way forward together.

Join us. Whether you need help or can offer help, please click on one of the links above. Our team will do their best to connect you. Together, we can get through this and build a West Virginia our children and grandchildren can thrive in.

Behavioral Health Hotlines:

These hotlines are funded by Department of Health & Human Service Bureau for Behavioral Health and provide 24/7 confidential assistance for those who need help themselves, and guidance for those seeking help for loved ones. The hotlines also provide access to a comprehensive list of state resources for social workers, nurses, and others involved in discharge or care planning.


Help304, West Virginia’s emotional strength line for COVID-19 related stress.

Call: 1-877-HELP304

Text: 844-435-7304



HELP4WV, immediate help for any West Virginian struggling with an addiction or mental health issue.

Call: 844-HELP4WV

Text: 844-435-7498



Children’s Crisis and Referral Line, helps interrupt behavioral health crises and connects families and youth with behavioral health services in their communities.
Call: 844-HELP4WV
Text: 844-435-7498

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
Call: 800-273-TALK (8255)


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