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American Red Cross
Address: 200 Industrial Drive, Beckley, WV 25801
Services: The West Virginia Region of the American Red Cross serves all fifty-five counties in West Virginia and is made up of four chapters with nine offices. We provide the following services to our community: West Virginia Flood Response, Disaster Services, Volunteer Services, Blood Services, Training Services, Service to the Armed Forces, Home Fire Campaign, and International Services.
Crossroads Men’s Shelter
Address: 503 Leon Sullivan Way, Charleston, WV 25301
Services: The Union Mission Men’s Shelter provides service to the homeless and hurting every hour of the day, year-round. It provides between 150 and 200 meals per day, and it has a maximum lodging capacity of 76. The men who come to the shelter do so knowing their physical needs will be met; the staff and chaplains of the shelter, while meeting these physical needs, also tend to the spiritual needs in a practical way.
Emergency shelter is offered as a refuge to men needing temporary housing. Residents receive three hot meals every day, as well as a hot shower, clean clothes and pajamas, fresh toiletries, and a clean bed. The shelter is open throughout the day, and residents are welcome to access the facility whenever they wish (except during the daily cleaning). If after a short initial period a transient decides to make the shelter his home, he must commit to finding a steady job. Residents are attributed the dignity they deserve as human beings, but they are also kept accountable for the management of their time and money.
Pine Haven Center
Address: 103 S. Eisenhower Drive, Beckley, WV 25801
Services: Raleigh County Community Action Association (RCCAA) Pine Haven Center offers emergency shelter to 150 men, women, children, and families. In addition to emergency shelter, Pine Haven Center aims to help others help themselves with assistance through case management, referral services, and crisis intervention. Our flagship programs at Pine Haven Center in Beckley WV are the Project for Assistance in Transitioning out of Homelessness (PATH) and the Child Mentor Program
RCCAA – Permanent Supportive Housing Program
Address: 111 Willow Lane, Beckley, WV 25801
Hours of Operation: Monday thru Friday 8am to 4pm
Services: RCCAA’s Permanent Supportive Housing program is designed to assist individuals and families that are chronically homeless and have a diagnosed disability, in the transition to permanent housing. Participants receive continuous case management and evaluation while residing in the homes to ensure their transition from homelessness to permanent housing.
West Virginia 211
Services: 24 HOURS A DAY. 7 DAYS A WEEK
You are not alone. Every day hundreds of people across West Virginia turn to 211 for information and support—whether financial, domestic, health or disaster-related.
- Counseling + Mental Health
- Crisis + Emergency
- Domestic Violence
- Emergency+ Disaster Relief
- Human Trafficking
- Jobs + Education Reentry
- Shelters + Housing + Utilities
- Substance Abuse
Women’s Resource Center
Address: PO Box 1476, Beckley, WV 25802
Phone: 304-255-2559 or Toll Free 1-888-825-7836
Services: Women’s Resource Center operates a 36-bed shelter (largest in the state) that has been housing victims of domestic and sexual violence since 1983. They offer temporary emergency shelter, crisis intervention, individual therapeutic counseling, legal, personal, medical and systems advocacy, individual case management, 24 hour crisis hotline, information and referral, service planning and safety planning, support groups and programs to assist child witness and survivors of domestic and sexual violence.