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Here are some of the organizations in the area that are looking for qualified volunteers. If you would like to become a volunteer for any organization, please connect with the contact person listed or follow the link to the organization’s website for more information.

Parkersburg & Wood County Neighborhood Watch
If you are interested in becoming active in your block’s existing Watch Group, or perhaps in starting and chartering a new Watch Group for your block, HERE you will find everything you need to get started. For more information watch the BobCast interview HERE and/or contact Cindy Ware at (304) 483-4423.
The Arc of the Mid-Ohio Valley
Since 1955, The Arc of the Mid Ohio Valley has been the premier advocacy organization for children and adults with intellectual, cognitive, and related developmental disabilities, and is committed to helping individuals with disabilities achieve their greatest potential. The mission of The Arc is to ensure a satisfying and productive life for the citizens we serve with intellectual, cognitive, and related developmental disabilities and their families. For more information watch the BobCast interview HERE and/or contact Doug Hess at (304)422-3151
Circles Campaign of the Mid-Ohio Valley
Circles is a community-based initiative that assists families in poverty to achieve their goal of self-sufficiency through education and supportive friendships with mentors, or “Allies.” Their mission is to “… build circles of support that strengthen our community by inspiring and equipping families in their effort to transition out of poverty.” For more information watch the BobCast interview HERE and/or contact Lisa Doyle-Parsons at (304) 488-7760
SW Resources
SW Resources serves as a Community Rehabilitation Provider which utilizes all of our business lines to provide vocational services, employment and other opportunities for individuals with support needs. This allows individuals the opportunity to strengthen and grow their vocational skills and advance within our company or the community. For more information watch the BobCast interview HERE and/or contact Jason Bailey at (304) 428-8601.
Medical Reserve CorpsMedical Reserve Corps,
Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department
We would love for you to join us in being a volunteer for the MOV MRC! If you have a medical background or layperson skills, call us today! 304-485-7374.
“Serving the West Virginia counties of Calhoun, Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Wirt and Wood.”
   The Medical Reserve Corps was officially launched as a national, community-based movement in July 2002. It was formed in response to President Bush’s call for all Americans to offer volunteer service in their community in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
   The purpose of the MOVMRC is to strengthen our community by providing an avenue for medical and public health volunteers to offer their expertise during times of community need.
   MRCs are a specialized component of the Citizen’s Corps, a national network of volunteers dedicated to ensuring their families, homes and communities are safe from disasters of all kinds.
   If you have medical skills, mental health skills or simply want to provide basic volunteer service, we are looking for a variety of volunteers to serve Public Health.
   Sign up as a volunteer by contacting the Health Department’s Threat Preparedness Coordinator Derek Wilson at 304-485-7374 ext. 181 or email

Also, check out the Wood County Volunteer Coalition on Facebook.