Central West Virginia Community Action Association
Customers seeking financial assistance receive case management services that include the development of a budget, a plan of action to confront immediate and long-term needs, and referrals to other service providers as appropriate. If a customer qualifies for financial assistance, the agency works with its coordinated network of nonprofits, faith-based groups and other entities to serve the customer. Through the agency's lead, the network offers a single point of screening in order to streamline each customer's request and to reduce the duplication of offerings. United Way funds this three year initiative to work toward eliminating the need for chronic emergency assistance.
Homes for Harrison County (formerly 100,000 HOMES)
Harrison County is one of 71 communities throughout the United States participating in the Zero: 2016. Zero:2016 is patterned after the 2013 100,000 Homes Campaign designed to help communities take whatever steps are necessary to end chronic and veteran homelessness by 2016. Harrison County’s leadership team includes members from United Way of Harrison County, Clarksburg- Harrison Regional Housing Authority, Health Access, Inc., Central WV Community Action Association, Louis A Johnson VA Healthcare System, Legal Aid and the Clarksburg Mission. New partners continue to be added to support this effort.
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PITAR (Prevention-Intervention-Treatment –Recovery)
Phone: 304.622.2451 or cell 304.677.8880
A collaborative effort to communicate, network, identify gaps in services and provide better and more comprehensive care to those in need of addiction- related services. Partners include Harrison County Family Resource Network, Clarksburg Mission, United Summit Center, Harrison County Probation Department, Harrison County Day Report Center, Highland Hospital, The Harrison County Prevention Partnership, US Attorney’s Office- Northern District of WV, Health Access, Celebrate Recovery, Clarksburg Treatment Center, Dismas, and Salem Correctional Center.