Office of Nutrition Services
350 Capitol Street • Room 519 • Charleston, WV 25301-3715
phone: 304-558-0030 • fax: 304-558-1541

Partner Agencies

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources exercises no control over the content of these sites and provides the links for informational and reference purposes only. The Office of Nutrition Services holds no responsibility for the accuracy of information provided at these sites, nor are the views expressed necessarily those of the Office of Nutrition Services, the Bureau for Public Health, or the Department of Health and Human Resources. The materials presented herein are for informational purposes only. The appearance of an individual or organization on this site is not intended as an endorsement.

Bureau for Children and Families Resource and Referral
This resource connects you with local nonprofit organizations involved in supporting child care services.

Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Program
This program advances the health and well-being of children and youth with certain chronic, debilitating conditions by providing specialized medical care and care coordination services.

Food Stamp Program
This program helps low-income people and families buy the food they need for good health.

This program provides periodic, comprehensive health examinations; vision, dental and hearing assessments; immunizations; and treatment follow-up of conditions found through the health examination.

This site - the Information Network for Residential Online Access and Delivery of Services - evaluates you for possible eligibility and allows you to apply/review for benefits offered by teh state of West Virginia and lets you check on your benefits information online.

This program provides medical care to individuals who otherwise may not be able to afford the care.

Oral Health Program
This program promotes dental health services as an integral part of preventive, primary health services to encourage proper self care.

Systems Point of Entry
This program serves children with special health care needs and their familes through referral and coordination of service.

West Virginia 211
This program connects people with important community services, disaster information and volunteer opportunities.

West Virginia Birth to Three
This links to the statewide system of services and support for children under the age of three.

West Virginia Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
This program is a low-cost health care plan for children and teenagers of working families.

West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
This program is committed to the elimination of personal and institutional voice against women, children and men.

West Virginia Division of Early Care and Education
This group is dedicated to improving the afforability, accesibility and quality of child care services.

West Virginia Domestic Violence Crisis and Support Resources
This resource links you to domestic violence advocates and support contacts.

West Virginia Family Planning Program
This group delivers clinical family planning services to eligible individuals.

West Virginia Head Start Association
This group represents 24 Head Start programs statewide.

West Virginia Local Health Departments
This resource links you to local health departments by county/area in West Virginia.

West Virginia Nutrition Network
This network promotes healthy lifestyles through collaborative partnerships and social marketing efforts in order to improve eating habits and increase physical activity levels of all West Virginians.

West Virginia Right from the Start
This program assists you to obtain Medicaid coverage for you and you new baby, arrange to get medical care if you are uninsured, assists to get care for you and your baby and locate other valuable services besides medical care.

Violence Against Women
This website provides information on violence against women.


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