• If you or your organization has a way to help people who are placed in need by coronavirus, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll add your information to this list.
• Hampshire County’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is open 24 hours a day and prepared to help seniors seeking help for meals or healthcare. Call 304-822-7513.
• Romney's Subway shop on U.S. 50 is offering free mini-subs to school age children between 11 and 1 on school days (and a courtesy drink, too). Subs are turkey, cold cut, ham or veggie, but no double meet or extra cheese.
• Dollar General is reserving the 1st hour of business each day for only seniors, In addition, the store is closing an hour earlier each day to allow staff time for extra cleaning.
• The United Ways of West Virginia have a phone number to call or a website to visit for support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the outbreak of coronavirus.
WV 2-1-1 is ready to help people facing difficulties. Resource navigators can help connect individuals and families with food pantries, health care services, tax prep assistance, utility and eviction prevention assistance and more.
Those seeking help should dial 2-1-1 or visit WV211.org.