WELCOME TO THE WEST VIRGINIA RESOURCE PAGE FOR PSI. We are glad you found us. This page lists the PSI Support Coordinators and other area resources such as groups, telephone support, and reliable services that are available for no charge. We also list local events, trainings, and volunteer opportunities.
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR PSI COORDINATOR: PSI Coordinators are volunteers who offer caring and informed support and resources to moms and their families. They also provide information and resources for area providers who are caring for pregnant and postpartum families. Please don’t hesitate to contact us; we want to hear from you.
PSI SUPPORT COORDINATORS
West Virginia State Coordinator: Joyce A. Bennett
Telephone: 304-798-3230 X 4
West Virginia State Coordinator: Tama Waugaman Rn
WEST VIRGINIA EMERGENCY RESOURCE GUIDE
In an emergency: PSI is a volunteer organization devoted to providing social support and resources to women and their families. We will return your call or email as quickly as we can, but we can not provide an immediate response in an emergency. If you do need immediate assistance, please use one of the following resources now:
SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
The following groups offer support at no charge for women who are at risk of or are experiencing distress such as isolation, depression, anxiety, fearful thoughts, insomnia, trauma, and other difficulties during pregnancy or postpartum. Support groups provide a safe and caring place for connection and recovery. Please call or email for more information.
New Mothers Telephone and Group Support
The Mingo County Partners in Prevention (MCPIP) Team would like to announce that our warm line is now up and running for new mothers seeking support.
Support groups in Williamson and in Stepptown will be offered soon.
Call 866-434-7042 for more information.
Right From the Start
Right From The Start (RFTS) is a statewide program in West Virginia that provides targeted case management for low-income pregnant and postpartum women and their families. The RFTS Project uses a program of home visitation provided by registered nurses and licensed social workers known as Designated Care Coordinators (DCCs), who work and live in the community they serve. Home visits can begin during pregnancy, and continue through the first year after the baby is born.
Click Here to download a list of all of the regional care coordinators in West Virginia.
You can call 304-558-5388 or visit the RFTS website to find the care coordinator in your community. From West Virginia, you can call toll-free at 1-800-642-8522
EDUCATION & EVENTS
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Please contact the PSI Office if you would like to list an event here.
If you are aware of a perinatal resource for families that is not listed here, if a current listing needs updating, or if you would like to apply to be listed here, please contact us.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact PSI Program Director Wendy Davis with any questions.