The WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities is collaborating with WV Home Visitation Providers, Burlington United Methodist Family Services, CASA, Inc. and Wheeling Hospital to provide additional services to families who enroll in the WV IMPACT study. Referrals for services can be made by anyone by clicking the Make a Referral button below.
TYPES OF SERVICES AVAILABLE:
Patient Navigators coordinate the care of multigenerational families impacted by substance abuse and or NAS. Services will focus on meeting “where the client is,” by responding to current client needs such as food, shelter, education, clothing, transportation, and/or childcare. The WV IMPACT Project Navigator will be responsible for coordinating the care of multigenerational families impacted by substance use and NAS. The three IMPACT Demonstration Sites, Wheeling Hospital Perinatal Transition Program, WV Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), and Burlington United Methodist Family Services (BUMFS) use Patient Navigator to coordinate services.
Wheeling Hospital Perinatal Transition Program
Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel
1 Medical Park
Wheeling, WV 26003
WV Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, Tyler
1224 Chapline Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
Ashleigh Blair McKinsey
Burlington United Methodist Family Services (BUMFS)
Preston, Harrison, Marion, Taylor, Monongalia
304-256-1338 x 231
1076 North Pike St
Grafton, WV 26354
EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATION SERVICES
The Education and Employment Specialist provides information to individuals who are interested in obtaining gainful employment or returning to higher education. This program helps identify goals and barriers and can help individuals strengthen their personal financial knowledge in the areas of savings, loans and debt. Trainings are also available for many other life skills as needed and/or requested during time or service.
Other Impact Connections
- TAYLOR COUNTY FAMILY RESOURCES
Taylor County Family Resources is a 501(c)3 non-profit located in Grafton, West Virginia. They work to connect families to resources, and develop resources when there are none. "Family Resource Networks" (FRNs) exist all around the state doing similar work, but each one being responsive to the needs of its own community, and the direction of its own community lead Board of Directors.
WVU CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN DISABILITIES
The WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities (CED) has a variety of program offerings to help individuals with disabilities be as independent as possible in their own communities. Most programs work with individuals outside of the medical setting to help ensure that they are able to participate fully in their lives. Programs often work together to provide coordinated services to individuals and families.