For immediate assistance, United Way's 211 help line will talk to you to find out what you need and walk you through all the options to find the right service or program for you, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The resources below offer assistance with childcare, clothing, food, housing, infant needs, transportation and utility bill help for Monongalia, Mineral and Raleigh counties.
Childcare centers and programs offered by nonprofits and DHHR.Read More: Childcare Assistance
Clothing, houseware, baby items and more from nonprofits and DHHR.Read More: Clothing
Foodbank assistance, free school lunch and summer food programs offered in local areas.Read More: Food/Free Lunches
Local housing authority and agencies that offer shelters and affordable housing options for low-income persons/families.Read More: Housing
Women, infant and children services to support early childhood development.Read More: Infant Needs
Public transportation options, including bus and taxi services, as well as medical/senior transportation services.Read More: Transportation
Utility Bill Help
Nonprofit and DHHR programs to help low-income persons pay utility bills.Read More: Utility Bill Help
Mountaineer Completion Grant Program
Aimed at reducing the number of students who leave campus before graduation. This grant program is geared toward serving undergraduate students who are within 2 academic terms of completing their bachelor's degree and who demonstrate both academic progress and unmet financial need.
Stitzel Emergency Fund
Emergency Fund for graduate and professional students assist those who experience an unexpected and documented financial hardship that negatively impacts their academic life and progress.
United Way (211 Guide)
211 is a free and confidential service provided by United Way that connects area residents to critical health and social service resources when they need help the most. Whether it's financial assistance, domestic violence, addiction treatment, health care, mental health, or utilities assistance, United Way's 211 help line will talk to you to find out what you need and walk you through all the options to find the right service or program for you, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Because sometimes you need more than an internet search, you need a conversation.