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Christian program for young men, ages 15-19
Free, confidential HIV antibody counseling and testing, risk reduction information, contact notification, and follow-up services.
Highly individualized, multi-disciplinary behavioral health care for girls and young women, ages 10-21, requiring clinical, psychological / psychiatric, health, recreational, pre-natal, parenting and education services with supervision.
Domestic violence project serving Greenbrier, Pocahontas, and Monroe counties in southeastern West Virginia. Services include emergency shelter, legal information, counseling and advocacy, information and referral, and support groups.
A structured, quasi-military training and mentoring program for at-risk youth that develops the life skills, educational levels and employment potential of 16-18 year old high-school drop-outs.
Services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and incest.
Free residential program for young men and women, ages 16-24, that empowers youth to take responsibility for their employability through the integration of vocational skills and academic achievement.
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This booklet helps young people understand the dynamics of healthy relationships; the signs of controlling relationships; the strategies for dealing with dating violence; and the resources available to end the cycle of violence.
Visit Character Education.
Visit Family Health.
Visit Special Education.
Support, education, and advocacy for West Virginia families who have children who suffer from emotional, mental or behavioral disorders. Visit Teen Behavior Problems and Behavioral Disorders.
Non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of individuals and families dealing with Tourette syndrome in the Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC., and West Virginia areas. Visit Tourette Syndrome.
Protects and advocates for the human and legal rights of persons with disabilities. Visit Special Education.
WV CHIP is a free or low-cost health plan for children from birth through age 18. Covered services include preventive care, such as well-child visits and immunizations, prescriptions, hospital visits, dental, vision, and mental health services. Visit Family Health.
Committed to the elimination of personal and institutional violence against women, children, and men by developing a strong network of shared resources and support. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual.
Promotes the rights, representation, respect and responsibility for consumers of mental health services. Visit Counseling and Therapy.
Provides training, technical assistance, information and referral to parents and other professionals on appropriate educational services for students with special needs. Visit Special Education.
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Comprehensive emergency poison information, prevention, and educational resources. Visit Family Health.
Comprehensive, interactive prevention system in West Virginia that provides resources, technical assistance, community development and evaluation for individuals, agencies and organizations that provide prevention programming and services. Visit Drugs and Teen Substance Abuse.
Coalition of concerned citizens who believe informed consent is required for all vaccinations, which are medical procedures that carry risks of injury or death. Advocates for religious or philosophical exemptions from mandatory vaccinations required to attend school (West Virginia and Mississippi are the only two states that do not have this right). Visit Family Health.
HOTLINES AND HELPLINES
Child Abuse Hotline
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
Report school violence and safety issues
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