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LIVING IN MORGAN COUNTY

Health & Community Care



War Memorial Hospital, 109 War Memorial Drive, operates a 24 hour emergency department, acute care, skilled care & long-term care facility. Rehabilitation services, occupational health & home health care are available. Several specialty services are available on a weekly/monthly basis. Phone 304-258-1234 or emergency 911.

In April 2012 War Memorial Hospital will relocate to a new 87,000 square-foot facility. When completed, the $30 million facility will feature 25 inpatient beds and 16 long-term care beds, Emergency Department, enhanced space for outpatient services, a larger dining area, a courtyard with an adjacent education suite, upgraded technologies throughout the building, a helipad and plenty of parking.

The Morgan County Rescue Squad provides ambulance service for the county.

Tri-State Health Care (301-678-7256) at 130 High Street, Hancock, MD & Mountaineer Health Clinic (304-947-5500), Paw Paw, WV provide full clinic services on a sliding fee payment scale.

Physicians: 9 ( 16 consulting)
Dentists: 5
Pharmacies: 2
Nursing Home: 1

Notify authorieties of your plans for a controlled burn of leaves or brush by calling 304-258-0305.

Several health spas are available with therapeutic massage specialists.
There is a large homeopathic study group.



Community Resources That Can Help People

Senior Life Services of Morgan County
304-258-3096 or in Paw Paw 304-947-7922

• Meals for seniors age 60 and older Monday-Friday at Berkeley Springs and Paw Paw centers. Donations are requested for meals.
• Meals for homebound seniors.
• Activities, exercise, crafts, trips, speakers and fellowship.
• Home health care for those with special needs.
• Transportation to doctors, dentists, physical therapy and medical treatments. Eligibility guidelines.

Morgan County Starting Points
304-258-5600

• Meal Time Kitchen provides free hot meals Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 3 pm-6 pm.
• Baby Pantry provides emergency diapers, formula and clothing.
• Holiday assistance for children's toys and clothing.
• Play group socialization for pre-school children and fammilies.
• Job skills and resume writing class and financial education classes.
• Information and referral for family and children's services.

Morgan County Emergency Interfaith Care (MCEIC)
304-258-2487

• MCEAT food pantry open Tuesdays and Fridays, 9 am - 3 pm
• Assistance with rent, utility and fuel bills.

Department of Health & Human Services
304-258-1350

• Emergency temporary help.
• Food stamps, cash assistance and prescription assistance.
• Utility and transportation assistance.
• Job skills and resume writing class and financial education classes.
• Information and referral for family and children's service

WVCHIP WV Children Health Insurance Program
31-877-WVA-Chip helpline

• Covers doctor and urgent care/clinic visits, hospitalization.
• Vision and dental services, prescription drugs.
• Immunizations and preventative care.
• Mental health services; special needs case management. Eligiblity guidelines. Call or visit DHHR office.

Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
304-258-6074

• Income eligibility guidelines.
• Nutritious supplemental foods - milk, cheese, cereal, eggs, juice, peanut butter, beans.
• Infant formula supplied.
• Nutritional counseling and education.
•Health screenings.
• Breastfeeding support.
• Referrals for health care, immunizations and other services

Morgan County Health Department
304-258-1513

• Breast and cervical cancer screening (income eligibility guidelines)
• Flu vaccines. Family planning clinics (income eligibility guidelines)
• Childhood immunizations.
• Tuberculosis screenings, tuberculosis control program.
• Blood pressure screenings.
• Blood sugar screenings for diabetics.
• Weight and height checks.
• Manages and monitors reportable diseases.

Shenandoah Women's Center
304-258-1078

• Domestic violence and sexual assault counseling.
• Emergency shelter.
• 24-hour emergency assistance hotline.

Morgan County Schools
304-258-2430

• Free and reduced meals for students.
• Adult Basic Education, Adult and Community Education Classes.
• Parent Child Academy parenting classes.

Alcoholics Anonymous weekly meetings

• St. Mark's Episcopal Church and Trinity Asbury United Methodist Church, Berkeley Springs. Call 1-800-333-5051 for information.
• St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Hancock. Call 301-678-6569.

Narcotics Anonymous weekly meetings

• St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Berkeley Springs.
• Meetings also in Hagerstown, Cumberland, Martinsburg, Berryville, Romney and Shepherdstown. Call 1-800-777-1515 for information.

Suicide Hotline
1-800-273-8255 or 1-800-784-2433

 
   
   

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