Emergency Services

These resources include information on disaster services, emergency shelters, 24-hour crisis response, and domestic violence shelters.

  • American Red Cross

    The American Red Cross provides services to West Virginia in the following areas: West Virginia Flood Response, Disaster Services, Volunteer Services, Blood Services, Training Services, Service to the Armed Forces, Home Fire Campaign, and International Services.

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  • Crossroads Men’s Shelter

    The Union Mission Men’s Shelter provides emergency shelter 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.

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  • EnAct Community Action

    EnAct Community Action provides emergency assistance to low-income families or individuals that have a termination notice or a court ordered eviction.

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  • FMRS

    24 Hour Crisis Response – FMRS has a team of Crisis Response Specialists ready to help when someone who is experiencing an emotional crisis, no matter the day or time. These clinicians are trained to assess potential crisis situations and intervene as appropriate.

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  • One Voice

    One Voice offers Crisis Intervention, where they will provide crisis assessment, offer how they can help, encourage and find resources, a follow up call within 24-48 hours, and establish a relationship to keep in touch through trials and successes.

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  • Pine Haven

    The 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.

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  • Women’s Resource Center

    Women’s Resource Center operates a 36-bed shelter that houses victims of domestic and sexual violence. 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.

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