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United Ways of West Virginia have partnered with Governor Justice to improve coordination among all state, federal and community nutritional resources as a part of his Administration’s COVID-19 response. West Virginians in need are encouraged to use this new tool to find resources in their community.

West Virginia Department of Health and Human Programs

Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention – Provides development, oversight, etc. of adolescent.

AIDS/STD/Hepatitis Program - Prevention through health education, training, risk reduction.

Birth To Three - A statewide system of services and supports for children under age three.

Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening - Public health program that helps uninsured or underinsured.

Children and Adult Services - Provides protective services for adults, ages eighteen and older.

Children's Health Insurance (WVCHIP) - Provides health insurance to children who qualify.

Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) - Electronic delivery of Food Stamp and WV WORKS monthly.

Early Care and Education - Allows collaboration among DHHR, DOE, and the public over the Internet.

HealthCheck - WV's E.P.S.D.T - A child preventive health component of Medicaid.

Health Statistics Center - Repository of vital records and health-related data sources.

Help Me Grow - A FREE referral service that connects families with critical developmental resources for their children birth through five years.

Immunization Program - Prevents and controls vaccine-preventable diseases among children.

Infectious Disease Epidemiology - Manage communicable disease threats through education.

Infectious Medical Waste Program - Ensuring the protection of the public health, safety.

Injury Prevention - Identify trends in needle stick and sharp object injuries.

Newborn Metabolic Screening - Protect newborn infants from mental retardation and other.

Older Youth Transition Plan - A guide that the youth/ youth's worker Plan is as.

Right From the Start - Programs to help obtain Medicaid coverage for yourself and baby.

Rural Hospital Flex Program - Allows small hospitals the flexibility to reconfigure operations.

SNAP - Provides monthly benefits to help eligible households buy food.

Tobacco Prevention - Help participants quit tobacco, nicotine replacement therapy.

WISEWOMAN Program - Provides low-income uninsured women, age 40 to 64 with knowledge.

Women, Infants and Children - WIC is a special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants.

West Virginia Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (WVCLPPP) - WVCLPPP works to end childhood lead poisoning.

WV WORKS - Provides monthly cash assistance to eligible families.