Client Resources

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  • Legal Aid of West Virginia​
    • Civil Legal Aid, Behavioral Health Advocacy, and Long-Term and Elder Care
    • Can assist with protection from domestic violence, divorce and family law, access to government benefits, consumer protection, housing disputes, and access to healthcare and education.
    • 12 offices around the state
  • West Virginia Senior Legal​ Aid
    • ​ Ph: 1-800-229-5068
    • For people 60 and over
    • Provides quality legal services critical to senior citizens to protect their homes, income security, access to healthcare and other benefits, and their autonomy.
  • Other Civil Legal Aid offices + resourc​es
    • Mountain State Justice, WVU Clinical Law Program, etc.
  • Free or Low-Cost Lawyers in WV
    • Civil offices and organizations that serve seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities, respectively.
  • WV State Bar Association
    • If you have a legal question or are looking for a lawyer.
  • ​​ West Virginia Bar Association's Tuesday Legal Connect
    • Volunteer lawyers from around the state take calls from the public, and offer suggestions and guidance about their questions every Tuesday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. They can provide general legal information, but they cannot provide direct legal advice or legal assistance about your case.
    • Phone: 1-800-642-3617
  • WV State Bar Association
    • If you have a legal question or are looking for a lawyer.​

  • Connect Child Care Resource & Referral
    • Provides parents with child care referrals and information on evaluating quality child care, plus resources on various parenting issues.
    • The State Opioid Response (SOR) grant sponsors free child care, after confirmed eligibility, through CCR&R to legal guardians in treatment or recovery services for substance use disorder
  • Home Base
    • Provides intensive parenting and life skills education to parents in effort to either assist parents maintain children in their homes, or to work toward family reunification when children have been removed from the home.  
  • Help Me Grow
    • Free referral service that connects families with critical developmental resources for their children, birth through five years.
  • WIC
    • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.
  • PATH Programs and Services
    • Family Assistance: School Clothing Allowance and Child Welfare sections
    • Screen for services here.
  • Family Court Forms - West Virginia Judiciary (courtswv.gov)
    • Forms for Family Court Proceedings, Parenting Plans, Family Court Appeals, Modification of Child Support, etc.​

  • West Virginia Transportation Services - DHHR
  • The West Virginia Public Transit Association (WVPTA) works with State Opioid Response to provide transportation to individuals wi​th a substance use disorder (SUD) to and from treatment or recovery services​; serves all 55 counties.​
  • LogistiCare: Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)
    • Available to Medicaid members for transportation to West Virginia Medicaid-covered services.
  • Kanawha Valley Senior Services
    • For seniors age 60 and above in Kanawha County.
    • Transportation is available for non-emergency medical appointments, group grocery store shopping, transports to and from Tiskelwah Senior Center and Nitro Senior Center, and some community events.
  • Raleigh County Commission on Aging
    • Daily routes embark passengers at their homes and deliver them to our Raleigh County Senior Center. Other destinations include the various shopping malls within the county as well as educational excursions to out of county sites. Most trips within the county incur no fee. Trips outside the county are charged a small fee.
  • Workforce Development Board: Career Connections
    • Serves anyone ages 1​6-24 who is ready to find work, go back to school, or gain work experience.
    • Locations
  • WV WORKS Educational Opportunities
    • Eligible participants may receive educational programs including assessment, vocational training, college, job skills related to employment and education related to employment.
  • Department of Education - Adult Education
    • Educational services are available at no cost to adult learners and are designed to meet the educational needs of each individual. 
    • Five programs: Distance Education, English Language Acquisition, Integrated English Language and Civics Education, Workplace Education, and Career Pathways
  • Help4WV
    • Resource directory with map 
  • DV Legal Resources and FAQs
    • Legal Aid of West Virginia's domestic violence section of their self-help library.
  • State and National Hotlines
    • Including West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and other programs by county.
  • Womenslaw.org West Virginia DV Program Directory
  • Women's Resource Center 
    • Services and support are available 24 hours a day by calling their hotline at 304-255-2559 or email at help@wrcwv.org
    • Operates a 36-bed shelter (largest in the state) as well as outreach offices located in Raleigh (Beckley), Fayette (Fayetteville), Summers (Hinton), and Nicholas (Summersville) counties. 
    • Offers temporary emergency shelter, crisis intervention, individual therapeutic counseling, legal, personal, medical and systems advocacy, individual case management, 24 hour crisis hotline, information and referral, service planning and safety planning, support groups and programs to assist child witness and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. 
  • West Virginia Courts DV Resource Page