Mental Health and Disability

Mental Health and Disability Assistance

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Appalachian Regional  Healthcare

306 Stanaford Road

Beckley, WV 25801

(304) 253-3000

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The Beckley ARH Behavioral  Science Center provides acute mental health services for southeastern West Virginia. Inpatient care is provided for adolescents twelve to eighteen, and adults eighteen and older. As part of the Beckley ARH hospital service array, the Behavioral Science Center strives to treat the whole person with compassion and professionalism. Beckley ARH is  committed to providing support, treatment, knowledge, and encouragement to enable individuals to develop resources they need to return home and lead productive and fulfilling lives. Service available include comprehensive psychological  assessment and stabilization, medication evaluation and management, individual and group counseling, life skills training, and electroconvulsive (ECT) therapy when indicate

 

Beckley VA Medical Center

200 Veterans Avenue

Beckley, WV 25801

(304) 255-2121

877-902-5142

www.beckley.va.gov

Beckley Va Medical Center provides a wide range of medical benefits including, Disability, Education and Training, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment. Beckley Va Medical Center works closely with American Veterans and their families providing mental health services that include Suicide Prevention, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse, Schizophrenia, and Mental Health Recovery.

 

Burlington United Methodist Family Services

One Rainbow Lane/PO Box 69

Burlington,WV 26710

(304) 289-3903

Beckley Location

4700 Robert C Byrd Drive

Beckley,WV 25801

(304) 252-3670

www.bumfs.org

Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Inc. is a church-related charitable human services organization whose vision is to be a leader in providing superior and innovative services to every child in need regardless of who they are, what they have done, or where they live by empowering them to discover and fulfill spiritual, academic, personal and professional dreams and passions. Burlington United Methodist Family Services include residential programs, specialized foster care, adoption, family stabilization, therapeutic treatment , education and spiritual life programs.

 

Central West Virginia Aging Services, Inc.

Oak Hill, WV 25901
(304) 465-0885
1-800-681-0886

centralwvaging.org/

Home and community-based services program designed to help elderly and disabled persons to stay in their own homes rather than going to a nursing home. Individuals 18 years of age and over and elderly individuals who are residents of any West Virginia county, medically in need of nursing home care but wanting home care and can meet financial guidelines are eligible for services. Case Manager assigned to individuals to assess needs and broker all resources and services needed to fulfill needs. Medical equipment, indigent prescriptions, Veterans’ in-home services, Workers’ Compensation in-home service and older worker training program also available.

 

Family Advocacy, Support and Training (FAST)

922 Quarrier St., Fourth Floor

Charleston, WV 25301

(304) 255-0561

Toll Free: 1-866-0561

www.lawv.net/fast

The goal of the FAST program is to develop a statewide parent and youth support network that will empower families to participate in planning, management and evaluation of their child's treatment and service needs. Eligibility checklist:

  • Child must be 5-18 years of age or transitioning to adulthood up to the age of 22
  • Legal Guardian agrees to participate
  • at least one of the following: 1) child has a Primary Mental Health (DSM-IV Axis I) emotional and/or behavioral diagnosis; 2) child's level of disability requires multi-agency intervention to improve conditions (services from at least 2 or more child-serving systems; one must be Mental Health); 3) child has received Mental Health/Behavioral Health services for at least a year or these services are expected to last for more than a year. Legal Aid of WV is a statewide non-profit organization that provides family-driven advocacy services to children and adults with mental or behavioral health needs.

 

 

FMRS Health Systems, Inc.

209 West Maple Avenue
Fayetteville, WV 25840
304-574-2100

www.fmrs.org

FMRS Health System, Inc. is dedicated to enhancing the emotional and behavioral health of residents of southern West Virginia through advocacy, community involvement and provision of the highest quality diagnostic and professional treatment services. FMRS provides and array of services which focus both on prevention and treatment of emotions and behavioral health problems. These services are provided by highly qualified professions that include psychiatrists, physician assistants, nurses, licensed psychologists, counselors, social workers, service coordinators, care coordinators, and paraprofessionals.

Serving Fayette, Monroe, Raleigh and Summers counties, FMRS Health Systems, Inc. offers specialized programs to meet needs of children and adults experiencing emotional, behavioral, developmental, or substance abuse problems. They work to identify and treat problems, in order to prevent a more serious problem from developing. Services include: 24 hrs/7 days a week access; short-term psychiatric care; individualized care; medication management, administration and evaluation; intensive supervision, group and individual counseling.

 

Goodwill Industries

Administrative Office
15810 Indianola Drive
Rockville, MD 20855
1-800-741-0186

www.goodwill.org

Goodwill Industries provides education, training, and career services for people with disadvantages, such as welfare dependency, homelessness, and lack of education or work experience, as well as those with physical, mental and emotional disabilities. Also offers Work Adjustment Training, Occupational Skills Training, Competitive Job Placement, Supported Employment, Extended (Sheltered) Employment, Community Based Vocational Services- Exploration, Assessment, Training. Occasionally employment opportunities are available at locations other than the Goodwill Thrift Shops.

Local Offices:

Goodwill Industries - Beckley
112 Appalachian Drive
Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 256-0802
Hours: Mon-Sat 9-5
Sunday 12-5

 

Goodwill Industries - Summersville
225 Merchants Walk Mall
Summersville, WV 26651
(304) 872-0052
Hours: Mon-Sat 9-8
Sunday 12-5

 

KVC Behavioral Healthcare

PO Box 1286

117 Rural Acres Drive

Beckley, WV  25802

office: (304) 929-4130

www.kvc.org

KVC Behavioral Healthcare is a private, non-profit behavioral health care organization that provides metal health, psychiatric and social work services that assist individuals and families with resolving issues that interfere with normal, everyday functioning. Eligible individuals will have Medicaid, CHIPS, a referral from DHHR Social Services or a private insurance that pays for the services provided. Requests for services can be made Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

 

ResCare Incorporated

203 Grey Flats Road

Beckley, WV 25801

(304) 255-2243

www.rescare.com

ResCare Home Care provides personalized home care services to people of all ages, physical conditions and cognitive abilities. We offer in-home senior care, including professional nursing, personal care, Alzheimer's care, dementia care, homemaking, companionship, respite care and many home care services in the home, the hospital, long-term assisted living facilities and other places of residence. Locations are available in most counties of West Virginia.

 

Senecca Health Service

804 Broad Street
Summersville, WV 26651
(304) 872-2090 (Nicholas County Office)
www.shinc.org/

Medicaid wavier program designed to deliver services to individuals in their home and community surroundings as an alternative to receiving services in an intermediate care facility for individuals with mental retardation and related conditions. DHHR will determine eligibility; must meet medical and financial guidelines. Service available include day habilitation, speech therapy, physical therapy, prevocational training, supported employment, transportation to clients, adult companion services, respite care and community based day habilitation.

 

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

West Virginia Office of Social Services
350 Capitol Street, Room 691
Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: (304) 558-7980
1-800-772-1213
1-800-325-0778 TTY

www.ssa.gov/

SSI provides cash benefits to eligible individuals with disabilities. Ages youth thru 21 years of age. Children who get SSI usually also qualify for free medical care through the Medicaid program.

There are both financial and disability eligibility rules. The financial rules count the parents’ income from salary or wages. The rules also count the parents’ resources such as savings or property to decide if child qualifies. The amount of money you have affects eligibility and how much SSI your child gets each month. The disability rules require children to have “marked and severe” functional limitations from a physical or mental condition. This means that your child cannot do the same things that another child who is the same age, but who does not have disabilities, can do. SSI also provides benefits to eligible adults with disabilities who do not qualify for earned social security. Youth and adults automatically qualify for Medicaid if SSI benefits are received. When calling for application, must have Social Security number.
Or

 

Beckley Crossing Shopping Center

Route 19
Beckley, WV 25801
1-800- 772-1213
(304) 253-2742
TTY: (304) 253-2667
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 

WV Advocates
Litton Building, Fourth Floor
1207 Quarrier Street
Charleston, WV 25301
(304) 346-0847
(800) 950-5250 V/TDD

wvadvocates.org/resources

WV Advocates provides information, referral, and technical assistance to people with disabilities and their families, friends, advocates, representatives, service providers, and the public. They provide direct advocacy, negotiation, medication, investigation, legal representation in individual or class actions to select eligible people whose problems meet WV priorities and case selection criteria. No fee for services.

 

WV Birth to Three

Mountain Heart Community Services
195 Davis Street
PO Box 5650
Princeton, WV 24740
(304) 425-2926
1-866-207-6198

Early intervention for children up to the age of 3 years who are experiencing a developmental delay or have been diagnosed with a physical or mental condition which has a high probability of resulting in developmental delay. There are no financial eligibility requirements. Services include audiologists, counselors, social workers, child development specialists, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, registered dieticians, speech language pathologists, and vision specialists. May also include transportation necessary to receive other WV Birth to Three Services.

 

Women’s Resource Center

206 Church Street,
Fayetteville, WV 25840
(304) 574-0500

The Womens Resource Center assists victims of domestic or sexual abuse in obtaining mental health treatment. Support groups are also available.

 

WV Department of Rehabilitation Services

549 Mall Rd
Oak Hill, WV 25901
(304) 465-3025

WV Department of Rehabilitation Services helps people with disabilities obtain, maintain, or advance in competitive employment, vocational rehabilitation services, job training, rehabilitation therapy and other support services to people with disabilities.

 

For a list of additional providers go to: www.dhsem.wv.gov/CountyContacts/Pages/Fayette.aspx