Address:94 Main StClay, WV 25043Map & Directions
Services: WVDHHR is responsible for the operation of a number of programs that affect families and children. Staff located in county offices are responsible for the day to day delivery of services such as child and adult protective services, foster care, adoption, financial assistance, and food stamps. 24 hour adult and child abuse hotline is 1-800-352-6513
Hours: 8:30am - 5pm
Eligibility: Those under age 18 who are legally emancipated andAPSElderly.jpg
-Adults age 18 and older
-Who are functionally disabled due to a mental or physical
-Living in their own home or a residential facility, such as
a nursing home, personal care home, residential board
and care home or adult family care home
Address:42 Mcginnis DrWayne, WV 25570Map & Directions
Services: health screening and referral, nutritional counseling for prenatal women, breastfeeding counseling and assistance. Ed classes on prenatal nutrition, feeding children and infants, how to breastfeed and other nutrition and health topics
Eligibility: income guidelines or medical card
Address:703 7th AveHuntington, WV 25701Map & Directions
Services: TOLL-FREE NUMBERS (WV Dept. of Health and Human Resources):
Maternal, Child and Family Health (including family planning): 800-642-8522
Pediatric Services: 800-642-9704
AIDS & Venereal Disease Hotline: 800-642-8244
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING DIVISION (Ext. 239):
Infectious disease investigation. Home Visits to assess public health issues.
INFECTION CONTROL/ EPIDEMIOLOGY SERVICES (Ext. 213):
Infectious disease investigation within Cabell, Wayne, Lincoln, Mason, Mingo and Logan Co.
CLINIC SERVICES (Ext. 232):
Includes DtaP, HIB, Adult DT, Polio, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Hepatitis B, Pneumococcal, Varicella. Tuberculosis testing is provided. (Immunizations for travel available for Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, injectable Polio and Tetanus/Diptheria - costs vary. Other vaccines may be available by special order at the patient's request.)
Children's Immunization Clinic Hours (For uninsured and under-insured children): Tues. 9 am-11 am, Fri. 1 pm-3 pm. 2nd & 4th Mon. 4 pm-7 pm. Satellite Immunization Clinic at Milton Municipal Bldg 2nd & 3rd Wed. 1-3 pm.
> Travel Immunization Clinic: Thurs. 1-3 pm
> Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic: Tues. 2 pm, Thurs. 3 pm
> Pregnancy Testing: Mon. & Fri. 8 am-11 am for diagnosis, counseling, and referrals.
> Family Planning Clinic (ext. 244) Free birth control provided for Marshall University students and participants meeting state guidelines. Appointments required. Several choices of birth control devices provided, including sterilization procedures for those who qualify.
> Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening Program by appointment for women who don't need birth control supplies. Free pap smear and a clinical breast exam for women over 25 yrs. who do not have a medical card, health insurance or cannot meet their insurance deductible. Arrangements for a mmogram can be made for those who qualify.
> Adult Health Screening by appointment
> HIV Testing & Counseling (confidential) by appointment. May be anonymous at the client's request.
> Tuberculosis Clinic and chest x-ray 1st & 3rd Thurs. by appointment
> Hepatitis Testing: Call for appointment.
> Blood titers to improve immunity. Mon. 9 am-3 pm to determine if the client is immune to Rubella, Varicella, or Hepatitus B. Costs vary.
DENTAL SERVICES (Ext. 215):
> Services for children: including education on the proper techniques of brushing/flossing, the harmful effects of smokeless tobacco, and provides products for the fluoride rinse program.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (Ext. 217):
> Inspections: of septic tanks, restaurant, day care centers, swimming pools, well inspections, water samples, indoor air pollution, nuisance complaints, housing complaints and other environmental health controls.
> Food handlers training $3/course, with preregistration required.
Provides permits for childcare centers, food handlers and restaurants.
TOBACCO PREVENTION PROGRAM, REGION II:
Serves Cabell, Wayne, Lincoln, Mason, Mingo, and Logan Counties.
OTHER SERVICE HOUSED IN CABELL-HUNTINGTON HEALTH CENTER
> American Cancer Society 523-7989
> Huntington Pediatric Clinic 522-3055
Address:225 Main StSpencer, WV 25276Map & Directions
Services: The focus of Community Resources, Inc. is simple: the improvement of the lives of low income people. Its primary goal is twofold: providing services which help the poor obtain basic necessities, and developing means of change to those systems which cause poverty.
In the pursuit of its service goal, Community Resources has a wide range of objectives:
Feeding the hungry, finding shelter for the homeless, clothing the needy, training the unskilled, educating the illiterate, assisting in emergencies, providing counsel to the distressed, and advocating for persons with special needs.
To achieve its goal of development and change, Community Resources' objectives are:
To research, study, and analyze the conditions which affect poverty, to seek and develop plans to improve those conditions, to seek funding and support for its plans, to create liaisons with private and public sectors which will improve the plight of the poor, to pursue opportunities for economic development in this region, especially those which would open doors out of poverty.
It is not an easy task to work for changes even as we work to serve those caught in the cycle of poverty. It is a challenge which we, as an agency, commit ourselves.
Hours: Closed Holidays Monday-Friday 0800 - 1600
Area Served: Roane County