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BELMONT COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDE 2

The Belmont County Community Resource Guide contains information about agencies and organizations in the area that can assist you with a wide variety of services – counseling, disabilities, education, health, etc.

The Belmont County Community Resource Guide provides an alphabetical listing of organizations, including telephone numbers and addresses, along with information about the resources available. Inclusion of these guides/links does not represent endorsement of the organization or its program, nor does exclusion represent lack of endorsement

The Belmont County Community Resource Guide was developed to assist community members, as well as agencies that partner with individuals, in providing timely access to needed services. This guide is not exhaustive – no one document can list every organization and service that may be helpful. However, it is a starting point for you to access the local service network.

To provide updates and feedback for the Resource Guide, please contact the Mental Health and Recovery Board at erink@bhmboard.org.

ADULT SERVICES: Community Programs

Adult Protective Services
Belmont County Department of Job and Family Services
310 Fox Shannon Place
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Provide Adult Protective Services to the elderly who are in danger of harm, unable to protect themselves, and/or have no one else to assist them. County Departments of Job and Family Services are mandated to investigate and evaluate all reports of suspected abuse, neglect, and exploitation of vulnerable adults age 60 and over.

Phone: (740) 695-1074
Website:
http://careers.carestar.com/ohio/services_support/bycounty/Belmont.asp

Belmont County Department of Job and Family Services
310 Fox Shannon Place
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Handles Federal and State mandated welfare programs including: Medicaid, Food Stamps, SSI, Case Management, At-Risk Pregnancy, Enhanced Medical Transportation, Children Services, Title XX

Phone: (740) 695-1074
Website:
http://careers.carestar.com/ohio/services_support/bycounty/Belmont.asp

Belmont County Connections
302 Walnut St.
Martins Ferry, OH 43935

Belmont County can help people find employment, develop, and refine their job search skills, assist them with career and educational plans, and connect them with community resources and services.

Phone: (740) 633-5627 1-877-516-5627
Website: http://www.belmontcountyconnections.com/index.asp?pg=Home

Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation
816-30th ST NW
Canton, OH 44709

The Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR) provides individuals with disabilities services and supports necessary to help them attain and maintain employment. Disabilities may include physical, intellectual, mental health, or sensory disabilities. Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) services are customized for each individual through assessments and one-on-one meetings with professional VR Counselors.

Phone: 1-800-248-4391
website:
http://www.ood.ohio.gov/Core-Services/BVR

Bureau of Worker’s Compensation Cambridge Service Office
61501 Southgate Rd.
Cambridge, OH 43725

Provides services to eligible injured workers that assist with their return to work

Phone: 1-800-644-6292
Website: www.bwc.ohio.gov

Community Action Commission
155 West Main Street
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Provides community based programs to serve income eligible individuals and families. Programs include: Head Start, weatherization, senior nutrition, emergency home energy assistance, child and adult care food programs. Programs for low income families that support and augment other programs. Advocates for low income individuals and families.

Phone: (740) 695-0293
Website: http://www.cacbelmont.org/

Housing & Community Services Section
Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development
1 Pinchot Lane
Athens, OH 45701

Helps communities and COAD members perform marketing & needs analysis, devise project development analysis, encourage small business growth, build affordable housing, provide home repairs.

Phone: (740) 594-8499
Website: www.coadinc.org

Social Security Administration
100 Mall Drive
Steubenville, OH 43952

Administers all Social Security, Medicare, and SSI programs, either by telephone or in the office.

Phone: 1-866-253-6889
Website: www.socialsecurity.gov

Vet Center/Veterans Organizations
1058 E. Bethlehem Blvd.
Wheeling, WV 26003

Counseling, outreach, referral services to Veterans in order to help them make a satisfying postwar adjustment to civilian life.

Phone: (304) 232-0587
Website: www.va.gov/

ADULT SERVICES: Mental Health Counseling Services

Southeast Inc. Mental Health Services
68353 Bannock Road
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950

Provider of mental health, chemical dependence, healthcare and homeless services assisting a diverse population regardless of economic status.

Phone: 740–695–9344
Website:
http://www.southeastinc.com/index.php

Belmont, Harrison, Monroe Toll Free Crisis Line 1-800-654-4357

The Village Network/Brite Future
107 Plaza Drive
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Provides a comprehensive array of mental & behavioral health services to children, and their families through an outpatient treatment program with counseling for conditions including ADHD, impulse control disorders, mood disorders and depression.

Phone: (740) 526-0204 1-877-392-3136 (Toll Free Crisis Hotline)
Website: https://thevillagenetwork.org

Tri-County Help Center
104 North Marietta Street
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Provides professional counseling along with crisis intervention, shelter, advocacy, community education, in-service training, classes. Victims assistance program for domestic abuse. Crisis therapy for children who are victims, and for offenders. Safe Zone for LGBTQI population

Phone: (740) 942-1018
Website: www.tricountyhelp.org/

Crisis 1-800-695-1639

ADULT SERVICES: Drug and Alcohol Counseling Services

Addiction Recovery Program
Trinity Health Systems
380 Summit Ave.
Steubenville, OH 43952

Provides assessments, IOP, EAP, Individual counseling with day & evening appointments for drug & alcohol abuse, transition program for pregnant women & those with newborns. Detox through inpatient treatment is rare but available through referral or court order.

Phone: (740) 283-7024 Website: No

Crossroads Counseling Services
255 West Main Street
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Treatment of alcohol/drug problems which include family issues, dual diagnosis, residential treatment and referrals to the Men’s Residential Facility, and to Awakenings Women’s Residential Facility.

Phone: (740) 695-9447 Website: https://www.cxroadscounseling.com/

The Village Network/Brite Future
107 Plaza Drive
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Provides a comprehensive array of mental & behavioral health services to children, and their families through an outpatient treatment program with counseling for conditions including ADHD, impulse control disorders, mood disorders and depression.

Phone: (740) 526-0204 1-877-392-3136 (Toll Free Crisis Hotline)
Website: https://thevillagenetwork.org

Treatment Center for Behavioral Health
Ohio Valley Medical Center
2000 Eoff Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

Serving adults with a chemical dependency problem through outpatient and inpatient programs. Family programs for adults with a chemical dependency problem.

Phone: (304) 234-0123 — Call for Department and Information
Website: www.rehab.com/ohio-valley-medical-center

ADULT SERVICES: Residential/Inpatient Treatment Programs

Addiction Recovery Program
Trinity Health Systems
380 Summit Ave.
Steubenville, OH 43952

Provides assessments, IOP, EAP, Individual counseling with day & evening appointments for drug & alcohol abuse, transition program for pregnant women & those with newborns. Detox through inpatient treatment is rare but available through referral or court order.

Phone: (740) 283-7024 Website: No

Cambridge Behavior Hospital
66755 State Street
Cambridge, OH 43725

A private inpatient psychiatric hospital for patients whose mental, psychological or substance abuse/addiction creates a barrier to leading a happy and healthy life.

Phone: (740) 432-4906 1-800-282-5512
Website: www.cbhohio.com

Treatment Center for Behavioral Health
Ohio Valley Medical Center
2000 Eoff Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

Serving adults with a chemical dependency problem through outpatient and inpatient programs. Family programs for adults with a chemical dependency problem.

Phone: (304) 234-0123 — Call for Department and Information
Website: www.rehab.com/ohio-valley-medical-center

ADULT SERVICES: Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Services

Ohio Victims of Crime Compensation Program
Attorney General of Ohio
30 East Broad St. 23rd Floor
Columbus, OH 43215

Administers program to financially compensate innocent victims of violent crimes and their families; compensation may be for medical expenses, lost wages, replacement services, and funeral expenses for deceased victims

Phone: (614) 466-5610 1-800-582-2877 TTY # 614-387-1081
Website: www.ohioattomeygeneral.gov/victims 9

Peg’s House Emergency Shelter Tri-County Help Center
104 -1/2 North Marietta St.
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Emergency shelter, counseling, case management of parenting education & crisis intervention. For victims of abuse, transportation, food bank, legal advocacy, clothing, and job assistance also provided.

Phone: (740) 695-5441 1-800-695-1639
Website: www.tricountyhelp.org/

Tri-County Help Center
104 North Marietta Street
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Provides professional counseling along with crisis intervention, shelter, advocacy, community education, in-service training, classes. Victims assistance program for domestic abuse. Crisis therapy for children who are victims, and for offenders. Safe Zone for LGBTQI population

Phone: (740) 942-1018
Website: www.tricountyhelp.org/
Crisis 1-800-695-1639

Child and Youth: Community Programs

Boy Scouts of America
Ohio River Valley Council
PO Box 6186
Wheeling WV 26003

Provides traditional scouting and specialized programs for boys ages 6-21

304-277-2660
www.orvc-bsa.org

Community Action Commission (CAC)
153 ½ West Main Street
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Bridges program, Help Me Grow Home Visiting Prenatal to 3, Connections job training and the Kelsey Fund to benefit widows residing in Belmont County.

Head Start classrooms at Indian Run Bellaire, St. Myers Martins Ferry, School of Hope St. Clairsville, Flushing, and Barnesville.

740-695-0293
www.cacbelmont.org

Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center
1305 National Road
Wheeling WV

Offers physical, occupational and speech therapies, early intervention services, medical services, social work services, and advocacy to individuals with disabilities and developmental delays.

Provides developmental screening, assistive technology, equipment loan, dental screenings, a nutrition clinic, speaker bureau, and a disability awareness program for children 12 years and under. Parenting support groups.

304-242-1390
www.wveasterseals.com

Help Me Grow
68145 Hammond Road
St.Clairsville OH 43950
153 ½ West Main Street
St. Clairsville OH 43950

A birth to three program that provides developmental information and screenings, age appropriate activities in the child’s natural setting.

800-755-4769

Ohio State University Extension
101 North Market Street, Suite A
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Teaches youth and adults through consultation, workshops, committees, group activities, printed material and mass media.

740-695-1455
www.belmont.osu.edu

Preschool Handicap Program
Bellaire Elementary School
53299 Pike Street
Bellaire OH 43906

Provides services to children age 3-5 years with at least two handicapping conditions.

740-676-1272

School of Hope
68145 Hammond Road
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Provides a specialized program of instruction and life skills training for school age children with mental retardation or developmental disabilities.

740-695-0460
www.bcbdd.org

WIC-Belmont County Women, Infants & Children Program
Belmont County Health Department
68501 Bannock Road
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Provides nutrition education, breast feeding education and support to pregnant and post-partum women and their families children 1-5 years of age

740-695-0222

Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA)
1100 Chapline Street
Wheeling WV 26003

Offers shelter to victims of domestic violence and homeless women and children

304-232-0511

Child and Youth: Child Care Resources

Belmont Dept. of Job and Family Services
310 Fox-Shannon Place
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Determines eligibility for publicly funded child care, certifies family day care homes for children up to age 13, and provides foster care for abused/neglected children.

740-695-1074/800-494-1616

Coad4kids – Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development
1500 B. Greene St.
PO BOX 534
Marietta, OH 45750

Provides referrals to child care providers answers to parents’ questions about child care and parenting issues. Refers families to sources of financial assistance for child care and coordinates child care training. Helps parents find child care and provides resource lending library.

740-373-6996/800-577-2276
website: http://www.coad4kids.org/

Child and Youth: Behavioral Health and Counseling

Crisis Text Line
Text 4HOPE to 741741
Crossroads Counseling Services
255 West Main Street
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Treatment of alcohol/drug problems including family issues

740-695-9447

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant – The Village Network
107 Plaza Drive
St. Clairsville OH 43950

ECMH-C includes primarily indirect services for children birth through five in group care and early education settings. Services include capacity building for staff and family members, directly observing children and the caregiving environment, and designing interventions that involve changes in the behaviors of caregivers. 13

740-526-0204/877-392-3136
www.thevillagenetwork.org

House of Samuel
420 N. 8th Street
Cambridge, OH

A not-for-profit, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services licensed agency that provides counseling, respite, comprehensive foster care, adoption services, and child custody services in the state of Ohio.

740-439-5634

Southeast Inc.
68353 Bannock Road
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Provider of healthcare, mental health, chemical dependence, and homeless services assisting a diverse population regardless of economic status.

740-695-9344/800-654-4357
www.southeastinc.com

Student Services
349 35th Street
Bellaire OH 43906

Provides in-school services that include: prevention education and support and intervention services for mental health and drug and alcohol problems.

Services are provided in grades K-12 in Bellaire, Belmont Career Center, Bridgeport, Martins Ferry and Shadyside School Districts.

740-676-4815
wware@bellaire.sd.org

The Village Network
107 Plaza Drive
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Provides a comprehensive array of mental and behavioral health services to children, and their families through an outpatient treatment program with counseling for conditions including ADHS, impulse control disorders, mood disorders and depression.

740-526-0204/877-392-3136
www.thevillagenetwork.org

Tri County Help Center
104 ½ North Marietta Street
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Provided crisis intervention, emergency shelter, counseling, case management, community education and advocacy to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Counseling for men, women, and children. Psychiatrist available, sex offender and adolescent support groups, and self-help groups, domestic abuse intervention program

740-695-5441/800-695-1639

Child and Youth: Residential/In-Patient Treatment Programs

Fox Run Hospital
67670 Traco Drive
St. Clairsville OH 43950

Provides a variety of inpatient mental health services for children to age 18 and families

740-695-2131/800-245-2131
www.foxruncenter.com

Gender Specific Program
45232 National Road
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950

The GSP is a community-based program that houses female youth who are in the temporary custody of the Juvenile Court or Children Services. We currently provide services to the following counties: Belmont, Harrison, Jefferson, Licking, Monroe, Muskingum and Noble but are open to referrals from other counties. We are a Title IV–E eligible, non-secure facility serving females ages 11 – 17 years of age.

740-695-9750

Village Network Residential Treatment

Operates four Ohio based residential programs are in Wooster, Salem, Bethesda and Mount Vernon. Each location provides short term residential treatment, emergency placements, mental health evaluations and transitional living programs. Each location has a strong focus on the treatment of complex trauma among children and adolescents.

1-800-638-3232
info@thevillagenetwork.com

COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE: Programs

American Red Cross
193 29th Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

Provides disaster related financial assistance, financial aid to current military personnel and their dependents in emergency situations and CPR/First Aid/ AED certification.

Phone: (304) 232-0711
Website: http://www.redcross.org/local/west-virginia

Amity Methodist Church Good Samaritan Needy Cupboard
Amity Methodist Church
Powhatan Point, Ohio 43942

Provides emergency food and emergency clothing to residents of the Powhatan-Steinersville area. Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets.

Phone: (740) 795-4055 or (740) 795-5567

Catholic Charities West Virginia
125 18th Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

Catholic Charities is the social service arm of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. It provides information and referral and direct emergency assistance to families and individuals in West Virginia and Belmont County, Ohio.

Phone: (304) 232-7157
Website: http://catholiccharitieswv.org/neighborhood-center-wheeling-wv/

Energy Services Section (COAD)
Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development
1 Pinchot Lane
Athens, OH 45701

The following programs provide comprehensive energy efficiency and weatherization services through our 17 member community action agencies and other partner organizations: Home Weatherization Assistance Program, AEP Targeted Energy Efficiency Program, Warm Choice Program, and Universal Service Fund Targeted Energy Efficiency Program.

Phone: (740) 594-8499
Website: www.coadinc.org

Council of Churches
209 East Main Street
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Provides utility assistance for St. Clairsville school district residents only; can be accessed through any church.

Phone (740) 695-0770

First Baptist Church
306 Locust Street
Martins Ferry, OH 43935

Provides emergency utility assistance for Martins Ferry residents only.

Phone: (740)633-9642 Ask for Margaret

Grace Presbyterian Church
7 North 4th Street
Martins Ferry, OH 43935

Provides utility assistance when funds are available for Martins Ferry residents only.

Phone: (740) 633-2699 Ask for Rev. Webster

Goodwill Industries Thrift Store
301 South 4th Street
Martins Ferry, OH 43935

Retail store with low prices on new and used items; open to general public; accepts donations of all kinds.

Phone: (740) 609-3039
Website: www.goodwillgoodskills.org

Goodwill Industries Social Services
Goodwill Industries, Inc. 103 Main Street
Wintersville, OH 43953

Provides direct support and resource information on emergency shelter, food, clothing, healthcare services, housing/rent assistance and transportation.

Phone: (330) 445-1039 1-800-942-3577 ext/ 1039
Website: www.goodwillgoodskills.org

Habitat for Humanity
PO Box 312
Bellaire, OH 43906

Builds housing in partnership with people in need. Applications available only in the Fall.

Phone: (740)676-7834

House of Carpenter
200 South Front Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

Provides emergency clothing, food and utility assistance to those in need.

Phone: (304)233-4640

Information Helpline
51 11th Street
Wheeling, WV 26003

Provides emergency utility assistance and referrals. Supplies bus pass for work or doctor when funds are available.

Phone: (304)233-6300

Miracle of Life Support Group
PO BOX 273
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Provides infants and small children with clothing and/or basic necessities. Refers expectant mothers in need to local agencies for proper prenatal care and financial assistance.

Phone: (740) 695-5658

OHIOMEANSJOBS
Belmont County
302 Walnut Street
Martins Ferry, OH 43935

ATTENTION: JOB SEEKERS! Register, post your resume, search for work, save your job searches, and create resumes on www.ohiomeansjobs.com click on the link. OhioMeansJobs offers many more resources as well as career assessment, on-line computer training, budgeting, and occupational information!

Phone: (740) 633-5627

Project Manna – Epworth Center
301 N. main Street
Bethesda, OH 43719

Provides emergency assistance with utilities and food for Union Local district residents only.

Phone: (740) 484-4705

The Salvation Army – Bellaire
315 37th Street
Bellaire, OH 43906

Provides food, clothing, shelter, and emergency utility assistance to needy families.

Phone: (740) 676-6225
Website: www.salvationarmy.org

SOWER Work Mission -Epworth Center
PO Box 538
Bethesda, OH 43719

Provides repairs and maintenance between June and August for service area of 1 hour drive of Bethesda. Applications are online and due in April.

Phone: (740) 484-4705

St. Mary’s Catholic Church
20 North 4th Street
Martins Ferry, OH 43935

Provides utility assistance for Martins Ferry residents only.

Phone: (740) 633-1416 Ask for Cindy or Fr. Thomas

St. Vincent DePaul Society
348 National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003

Provides used clothing, retail and furniture. Provides emergency utility assistance to parts of Belmont County.

Phone: (304)232-4230

St. Vincent DePaul Society
114 West Main Street
Barnesville, OH 43713

Provides used clothing, miscellaneous household items and utility assistance to Barnesville school district residents ONLY.

Phone: (740) 425-9438

Tabitha’s Storehouse
Church of Christ
1310 National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003

Provides personal hygiene and household items that are not covered by WIC or SNAP. Includes items for babies and nursing mothers.

Phone: (304) 232-0511

USDA Rural Development
21330 State Rt. 676 Suite A
Marietta, OH 45750

Single family housing loans to purchase homes, loans/grants to repair homes, Community/Business Programs, and Multi-Family Housing Program for low and very low income rural families.

Phone: (740) 373-7113 (Main Service Ctr) Then press “4” for Rural Development
Website: www.rd.usda.gov/oh

Veterans Service Commission
3326 Belmont Street
Bellaire, OH 43906

Provides emergency shelter for male veterans.

Phone: (740) 325-1042 1-877-316-0385

DISABILITIES SERVICES: Community Programs

Belmont County Department of Developmental Disabilities
68401 Hammond Rd.
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Arranges in-home services for individuals with mental retardation or developmental disabilities, an Employment and Community Work Program, and a program called Self-Determination that gives people of all ages and abilities the freedom, authority and responsibility for their lives as they learn to take control and become more self-sufficient.

Phone: (740) 695-0407
Website: www.bcbdd.org

Belmont County Department of Jobs and Family Services
68145 Hammond Rd.
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Determines eligibility and authorizes benefits for Disability Assistance, Medicaid and Medicaid Waiver Programs, Residential State Supplement program as well as Nursing Home Placement

Phone: (740) 695-1075
Website:
http://www.belmontcountyconnections.com/

Easter Seals West Virginia
1305 National Rd.
Wheeling, WV 26003

From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Seals offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life’s challenges and achieve personal goals.

Phone: 304-242-1390
website:
http://www.easterseals.com/wv

Social Security Administration
123 16th St.
Wheeling, WV 26003

Provides retirement, survivor, disability, and supplemental security.

Phone: 1-800-772-1213
Website: www.socialsecurity.gov

The Seeing Hand Association, Inc. 750 Main Street Wheeling, WV 26003

We offer an array of specialized services for the blind and visually impaired individuals. The services assist in meeting the identified needs of the individual while maintaining our core values of accountability, honesty, integrity, trust, teamwork, independence, personal and professional growth, dignity and self-esteem. Provides community based programs to serve income eligible individuals and families.

Phone: 1-304-232-4810
Website:
http://www.seeinghandassociation.com

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