Agencies Gabriel Project of WV

Northern Programs Gabriel Project (NPGP)
1409 Chapline St
Wheeling, WV 26003

NPGP is a Chapter of the Gabriel Project of WV.  NPGP covers the Northern Panhandle and the Mid-Ohio Valley areas.  The mission of the Gabriel Project of WV is to protect and honor life by providing immediate, practical and compassionate assistance to families with infants and children.  NPGP provides tangible support in the form of cribs, car seats,diapers, baby food,clothing and much more.  The volunteers offer emotional support and network families with agencies.  Our goal is the provide everyone with support to give infants and children a healthy and safe start in life.

Community Success Stories

Check out the following Community Success Stories for examples of how Gabriel Project of WV has impacted our community.

Making a difference in the lives of mothers and their babies…

In today’s climate we are seeing many mothers with drug addictions not being able to care for their babies.  We work closely with the WIND Program from the local YWCA.  We have become known by parent as well as grandparents that we are here to help babies.  DHHR also knows that we provide support to guardians.  DHHR sent us a referral of a middle aged father who was trying to secure necessar ...

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“…when she saw the Gabriel Room, Miss Lisa’s Boutique, she started to cry.”

A young mother who learned about us from one of our previous high school volunteers, is married at age 19 and has a 6-week-old baby girl. She is no longer working but her husband works part time and is in college. They are planning to make all fresh baby food, she is a nursing mother and they are trying to use cloth diapers. She was so proud to share with us that they really want to do what is bes ...

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“The baby is sleeping in a box, but has outgrown it.”

A new client came into our Marshall County office and asked our volunteer whether or not we had cribs for sale. She had heard from the local DHHR office that we helped get cribs for babies. The volunteer replied "yes", and then asked if the baby had been born yet. The woman replied, "Yes, in January." When the volunteer asked what the baby was currently sleeping in, the woman replied, "The baby is ...

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