Family Resource Centers

Our Resource Centers play an important role in our efforts to help families in their own communities across the state.

They provide a variety of items to help meet emergent needs and assist families during times of financial hardships.

During the 2020-2021 fiscal year, our Resource Centers assisted 4,742 individuals statewide. These children and their families were able to benefit from the in-kind support given to CHS by numerous businesses, individuals, churches, and civic groups throughout West Virginia.

Mid-Town Family Resource Center

Mid-Town Family Resource Center, located at the Parkersburg Community Based Services site, offers programs focused on neighborhood-based prevention, youth development, and supporting neighborhood families. These programs include:

  • after school care with academic help (see below for more information)
  • child abuse prevention by strengthening families
  • positive youth development
  • service learning opportunities
  • a clothing closet and food pantry

After school care is provided for students at Jefferson Elementary Center (K-5) through the Mid-Town Family Resource Center. Licensed by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, this fee-based program accepts students whose parents receive subsidized child care assistance as well as those who are able to pay their own fees. The program’s goals include raising academic achievement, promoting family and community involvement, and teaching responsibility through service learning projects.

Learn more on the Mid-Town Family Resource Center Facebook page.

Contact Lisa Weaver for assistance: 304.485.0650 Ext. 5014

 

Family Resource Centers

The Children’s Home Society resource centers listed below can help children and families with a variety of items to meet emergent needs and to assist families in times of financial hardships.

 

Some of these items may include:

  • Non-perishable food items
  • Gently used and new clothing (also including hats, gloves, scarves, coats)
  • Gently used and new shoes
  • Bedding (sheets, blankets, pillows, etc.)
  • Small household items (cookware, dishes, eating utensils, etc.)
  • Backpacks, luggage, duffel bags
  • Hygiene items (toothbrushes, makeup, lotion, etc.)
  • Toys (various different age groups)
  • Infant care items (diapers, wipes, car seats, baby beds, etc.)

 

Please find the contact information below of the location nearest you to learn more about what the resource centers have to offer or if you would like to make a donation.

Forever Families Resource Center
Northfork WV: Yolanda Smith – 304.862.4951 Ext. 23005

Martinsburg Resource Center
Martinsburg WV: Amanda Shank – 304.264.4658 Ext. 17008

Ray Skeens Resource Center
Charleston WV: Delvin (DJ) Johnson – 304.345.3894 Ext. 16013

Morgantown Resource Center
Morgantown WV: Brittany McCollam – 304.284.0992 Ext. 2011

Nancy Stuart Tonkin Children’s Resource Center                                                                                                     
Huntington WV: Belinda Chapman – 681.378.2530 Ext. 22009

Logan Resource Center
Logan WV: Caine Dials – 304.239.2470 Ext. 6011 or 304.310.2514

Beckley Resource Center
Daniels WV: LaAmy’a Manley – 304.255.0408

Lewisburg Resource Center
Lewisburg WV: Terri White – 304.647.3434 or Davina Agee – 304.645.1302

Princeton Resource Center
Princeton WV: Lindsey Short – 304.431.2424 Ext. 3001

Summersville Resource Center
Summersville WV: Natasha Tucker – 304.900.3620 Ext. 8102

Wheeling Resource Center
Wheeling WV: Kara Huff – 304.810.2460 Ext. 21001

 

To inquire online, please fill out the form below.