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The mission of Cabell-Huntington Health Department is "Healthy people living and working in a healthy community." Harm Reduction Programs have been operating in West Virginia since 2011, providing sterile syringes, collecting non-sterile (used) syringes, and acting as points of access to prevention, testing and treatment for blood-borne diseases as well as providing family planning and referrals to medical treatment and social services. Services Provided: - Naloxone Class: This training opportunity is open to the public and FREE to attend. Please ask us for training dates. - Peer Recovery Coaches: Clients are able to speak to someone with questions regarding recovery. Our coaches will assist with placement into a program. - Spiritual Care: A chaplain with the Clinical Pastoral Education Program (CPE) from St. Mary’s joins us every week. - Social Work: Master level students from Marshall University assist with the program. Clients may speak with these individuals regarding food stamps, shelter, counseling, etc. - Nurse Practitioner: We have a nurse practitioner on site that clients may see if needed. STD, Family Planning, and testing for infectious diseases are available as well. - Volunteers: Many community members volunteer their time and are vital to our program
703 7th Ave
Huntington, WV 25701 US
Free COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing on the Cabell-Huntington Health Department lot.
Monday-Friday: 9am to 2pm
Please be aware of the follow guidelines:
Cabell-Huntington Health Department clinic staff have been busy working many of the public health aspects of case investigation during COVID-19. As we continue to offer clinical services with a reduced number of staff, we have modified our schedule as follows. We greatly appreciate your patience during this time.
ALL SERVICES ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Please note we are closed on holidays.