Agencies Catholic Charities Wheeling, West Virginia

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center in Wheeling, WV was founded in 1969. The charity serves families and individuals in the surrounding local communities throughout Ohio, Marshall, and Belmont. Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center helps those in need by providing assistance with home utilities, meals served at the center, local food deliveries, and obtaining official documents (state IDs and birth certificates). The Center also has a program that offers jobs opportunities for those looking to take action towards providing a better life for themselves and their families.

Neighborhood Center-125 18th St., Wheeling, WV 304.232.7157
Breakfast and dinner served, home delivered meals, medical clinic,
case management, emergency assistance for food, utilities and clothing.
Outreach-Wetzel County – 21 Rosary Road Suite A, New Martinsville, WV 304.455.9740
Food Pantry and emergency assistance.
Administration Office – 2000 Main Street, Suite 316, Wheeling, WV 304.905-9860
Administers WV Medicaid Waiver Title 19 Program, WV Birth to Three,
Child care food program and Child Care Resource Center.
Brooke/Hancock County Outreach-3622 B West Street, Weirton, WV… 304.748.4409
Emergency Assistance.

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Community Success Stories

Check out the following Community Success Stories for examples of how Catholic Charities Wheeling, West Virginia has impacted our community.

“…They had recently arrived from New York via a Greyhound bus and didn’t have anything to eat or any place to go…”

Late after a Friday staff meeting – after all the neighbors at the Neighborhood Center had left – a family of six knocked on the locked front door. They had recently arrived from New York via a Greyhound bus and didn’t have anything to eat or any place to go. We were able to work with our community partners to find temporary housing for them until we could do more in-depth case management th ...

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Everything was against her, but she never gave up.

A young woman, L, was referred to us in the fall by a local university for services. She had been in an abusive relationship, was left homeless, dropped out of college, and was living at the YWCA. She came to us for services related to Case Management. In addition to suffering from PTSD from a long-lasting abusive relationship, she had also suffered childhood abuse and was battling an eating disor ...

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“Don came to the Neighborhood Center while sleeping in his van.”

Don came to the Neighborhood Center while sleeping in his van. He had fallen on extremely hard times after a job loss and considerable health concerns, and was unable to qualify for many services because of not having proper identification. He came to the Center during the winter for a hot meal and a shower, and with the hope of getting a new ID. While there, he learned more about our case managem ...

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Assistance In A Time Of Need

Our Weirton office received a desperate call from a single father who was trying to make ends meet since being laid off from his job with the oil and gas industry. A few months ago he was making great money, paying off debt, and supporting his son independently through that income. Unfortunately, as frequently happens with the oil and gas industry, he was laid off because a job was completed earli ...

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Loving Help Provided

"Recently, a frantic son contacted us about help for his disabled father, Steve, who was living alone in Brooke County. The son, who resided in Youngstown, OH, was unable to help his father physically or financially, but hoped that Catholic Charities might be able to provide the support he could not. Because Steve was an amputee with no transportation, our Case Manager set up a home visit in order ...

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“We assured her that we would support her through anything…”

"Peter 4 years old, and his sister Ali 7 months old, are just two of the many children that walk through the doors of the Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center. Within the past year, their mother Erica, had fallen on hard times when her mother, and primary support system, had passed away and the house was repossessed by the bank. She moved into an area homeless shelter for several months. They fo ...

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A Warm Home and Much More

"Kayla, Jeremy, and their four children (ages 2-13 years old) have resided in our Hospitality House. Late last year, they fell on hard times with job loss and the loss of familial support. Both parents eventually found themselves sleeping in a car and trying to have their four children couch surf at various friends’ homes. However, through connections with Kayla’s cooking background, she was ...

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