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Guide to Services (A - F)

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Abuse - Child and Domestic, and Senior Citizen
CHILD
Child Protective Services (CPS) - (See CPS)
Social Services
    (276) 328-8056  
    1-800-552-7096 - 24 hour hotline
Virginia Family Violence Hotline
    1-800-838-8238
DOMESTIC - Rape or Spousal Abuse
911 - Emergencies
Sheriff - Domestic Violence Unit    
    (276) 328-3756
Family Crisis Support Services
    1-800-572-2278
Virginia Sexual Assault Hotline
    1-800-838-8238
SENIORS
(See Adult Protective Services)
Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc. (MEOC)
    (276) 523-4202
SeniorNavigator.org
Resources for Nursing Home Abuse – Provides the most up-to-date statistics and information relating to nursing home abuse.
 
Administrator
(See County Administrator)
 
Adoption Services
Adoption information or assistance in search for natural parents/adopted adults.
Social Services
    (276) 328-8056
 
Adult Protective Services
To prevent and/or alleviate abuse, neglect or exploitation of an adult, including senior adults 60 years or older or disabled persons over the age of 18 years.
Social Services
    1-888-832-3858
 
Adult Services
To promote self-reliance, personal responsibility and independence through protection and coordination of supportive community resources and community based services.
Services: maximizing self-sufficiency; preventing inappropriate institutionalization of impaired adults; assisting with appropriate placement when necessary; incapacitated adults to reside within their home setting for as long as possible.
Developmental Services, Inc. - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-0682
Junction for Independent Living
    (276) 679-5988
Social Services
    (276) 328-8056
 
Aging/Elderly Services
ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT SERVICES
To prevent unnecessary and/or inappropriate institutionalization of older persons by the development and maintenance of comprehensive user-friendly community based long term care services; recognizing that families provide the bulk of care for older people and then developing a user-friendly comprehensive infrastructure to support family caregivers; and by serving as an active and responsible advocate on issues effecting older persons.
Services:  Specialized and public transportation (for all ages); Family Support (caregivers, personal care, Alzheimer's, senior volunteers); Nutrition and Wellness (Cancer support, employment services, meals on wheels, socialization and recreation); Elder Rights and Security (abuse prevention, legal and other counseling services).
Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc. (MEOC)
    (276) 523-4202
REAL ESTATE TAX RELIEF FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED
Qualifying individuals can receive up to $150.00 credit toward the County real estate taxes on their home.
Commissioner of Revenue
    (276) 328-3556
SeniorNavigator.org – "Your One-Stop Source for Information and Access to Community Programs and Services:  Empowering Seniors and Caregivers to Navigate.  SeniorNavigator helps hundreds of thousands of seniors and caregivers each year, guiding them to the vital support and information they need and equipping them with valuable tools to make educated decisions."
Senior Living Directory – "strives to be the most complete and unbiased source of lifestyle options for older citizens.  We have tried to list EVERY elder lifestyle option (no kidding).  We are also focusing on retirement planning, money and finance for seniors because we know that the wave of 76 million baby boomers is probably under prepared for the difficulties of retirement."
SOCIAL SECURITY
   
(276) 679-7633
Virginia Assisted Living Directory is a free and useful resource for Assisted Living, Alzheimer's, and long-term care available within the Commonwealth of Virginia.
 
AIDS Awareness
(See HIV/AIDS)
 
Airport
Lonesome Pine Airport, with a 5,400-foot runway, is the primary corporate air terminal for business and industry in Southwest Virginia.  Liberty Flying Service, a private commercial vendor, offers:  charter service; sightseeing tours; aircraft rental; flight training; and other aviation management and operational services. 
    (276) 328-5300  
COMMERCIAL SERVICE
Tri-Cities Regional Airport (TRI) in Blountville, Tennessee, is a full-service commercial airport (passenger service & cargo) that serves East Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Western North Carolina and parts of Kentucky.  Non-stop Passenger Service to six major hubs is available from the following carriers:
Delta Connection (ASA), United Express, U.S. Airways, and Northwest Airlink.
     (423) 325-6000
 
Alcohol and Drug Abuse
ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control) Violations
    1-800-552-3200
Alcoholics Anonymous
    (276) 523-4545 (local chapter)
Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) is designed to provide accurate information about drugs and alcohol; teach students the necessary decision-making skills; show students how to resist negative peer pressure; suggest healthy alternatives to drug use; and build confidence and self-esteem.
Sheriff
    (276) 328-3756
Drug Violation Hotline (VA State Police)
    1-800-553-3673
Office on Youth
    (276) 523-5064
Planning District One Community Services Board
    (276) 523-2562
Parent to Parent Program - A parenting skills workshop with a strong drug and alcohol prevention focus.
    (276) 523-0682
Wise County Behavioral Health Services - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-8300 or (276) 523-8360
 
Animal Bites
All animal bites to human beings must be reported within 24 hours.  All wildlife bites or attacks to pets or wildlife acting abnormally must be reported.  The Animal Control Officer works from the County Administrator's Office and the County animal shelter located in the Josephine community near Norton, Virginia.
Animal Control
    (276) 328-2321
    (276) 679-6750 (Animal Shelter)
 
Animal Control
To report animal cruelty, stray pets, wildlife bites or attacks, or to inquire about impounded pets.
Animal Control
    (276) 328-2321
    (276) 679-6750 (Animal Shelter)
 
Animals - Dead on Public Road
Virginia Department of Transportation - Wise Residency
    (276) 328-9331
 
Auction of Surplus County-Owned Property
Disposal of surplus county vehicles and equipment, not including lost and found or confiscated property.
County Administrator
    (276) 328-2321
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Baby Care
(See Infant Programs)
 
Bidders List
For information regarding placement on the bidders list.
County Administrator
    (276) 328-2321
 
Birth Certificates
For applications and copy of existing records.
State Department of Health
Office of Vital Records and Health Statistics
P.O. Box. 1000 
Richmond, VA 23208-1000
    (804) 662-6200
 
Birth Control Services
Services are offered with payment determined according to eligibility and income.
Health Department
    134 Roberts Ave, SW
    Wise, VA 24293
    (276) 328-8000
 
Blood Pressure Screening
Health Department
    134 Roberts Ave, SW
    Wise, VA 24293
    (276) 328-8000
 
Blue Ridge Poison Center
Provides general poison information and poison management advice to over 2.8 million residents in 63 counties of Central and Western Virginia.  Staffed by trained specialists in poison information and a Medical Toxicologist, the center is open 24 hours-a-day.
UVa Blue Ridge Poison Center
    1-800-222-1222
 
Board of Supervisors
The county is governed by an eight-member Board of Supervisors elected by the county districts for four-year staggered terms.  For information about Board meetings and other activities:
County Administrator
    (276) 328-2321
 
Budget
Preparation of financial and management information and guidance for the Board of Supervisors.
County Administrator
    (276) 328-2321
 
Building Inspection
All structures and buildings are required to be maintained in compliance with minimum standards to ensure public health, safety and welfare.
Building and Zoning Dept.
    (276) 328-7119
 
Building Permit
Whenever constructing, altering, repairing or converting the use of a building, structure or associated equipment, a permit is required.
Building and Zoning Dept.
    (276) 328-7119
 
Burning Regulations
Virginia Dept. of Forestry - Fire Safety Tips
    (276) 523-0903
 
Business Assistance
Economic Development assists qualified existing businesses and recruits new business to the county.
Services: provides real estate and building information; facilitates development of sites and buildings for new and expanding businesses; and disseminates information to the county's corporate citizens; and some small businesses assistance.
County Administrator - (Economic Development)
    (276) 328-2321
MECC Small Business Business Development Center (SBDC) is a partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration.  The SBDC provides one-on-one counseling, business education opportunities and resources to help small business owners or managers improve their business.  Contact Tim Blankenbecler, SBDC Director, for more information.
    (276) 523-6529
 
Business Licensing (Contractor's)
All contractor's performing services within the unincorporated areas of Wise County, VA and gross receipts in excess of $50,000.00 annually are required to obtain a Contractor's License.  (The incorporated towns of Wise County have their own business license ordinances and they should be contacted directly for questions regarding their particular requirements.)
Commissioner of Revenue
    (276) 328-3556
 
Business and Neighborhood Watches
Sheriff's Office - Crime Prevention Unit coordinates this program and conducts home and business security surveys on request.
Sheriff
    (276) 328-3756
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Cancer Awareness (Breast and Cervical)
Health Department
    134 Roberts Ave, SW
    Wise, VA 24293
    (276) 328-8000
Mountain Laurel Cancer Support and Resource Center
    (276) 523-4202
    (800) 252-6362
 
Channel 19 - ComCast Cable
Channel 67 - InterMountain Cable
Wise-TV (PEG channel)
Wise County Public, Educational and Government (PEG) information channel on ComCast Cable channel 19 and InterMountain Cable channel 67.  Tune in for Board of Supervisors meetings, School Board meetings, educational programs, change of schedule notices for schools, other public notices, etc.
    (276) 338-2321
Child Safety Programs
Sheriff
    (276) 328-3756
Office on Youth
    (276) 523-5064
 
Child Protective Services
Program to promote the well-being of children under 18 and strengthen families.
Services: investigates allegation of child abuse and neglect; provides or arranges for appropriate services for children and families when abuse and neglect has occurred; information and referral; and on-going counseling.
Social Services
    (276) 328-8056 or 
    1-800-552-7096 (Statewide 24-hour hotline)
 
Children's Specialty Services
Specialized services for children with chronic and disabling conditions offered by the Health Department.
Health Department
    134 Roberts Ave, SW
    Wise, VA 24293
    (276) 328-8000
 
Communicable Diseases
Provides surveillance, investigation and education of all reportable communicable diseases.
Health Department
    134 Roberts Ave, SW
    Wise, VA 24293
    (276) 328-8000
 
Community Centers
These buildings are available to rent for reunions, receptions, parties, and other special occasions. You must reserve the center in advance by paying a deposit (refundable if the facilities remain in good condition) and a rental fee.
(NOTE:  As of January 1, 2016, the fees at all locations is $50.00 deposit and $40.00 for the rental).
Dorchester Community Center
Stephens Community Center
Tacoma School Community Center
    (276) 328-2321 - County Administrator
 
Concealed Weapon/Hand Gun Permits
Applications for concealed weapon permits.
Circuit Court Clerk
    (276) 328-6111
 
Consumer Education
Coorperative Extension Service
    (276) 328-6194
 
Convenience Centers and Can Sites
Manned secure Convenience Centers and Can Sites are available throughout the county to receive all normal household solid waste.  All commercial waste or amounts of household waste in excess of one pickup truck load will be directed to the County Landfill on Kent Junction Road in the Blackwood community near Norton.  Assistance is available at these sites for those requiring help disposing of their garbage.  Open during the following hours (as of Monday, Aug. 15, 2016):  
Mon. – Sat.: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. & Sunday: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
CONVENIENCE CENTERS
Bull Hill - Bull Run Rd. (US 58A) near Virginia City, St. Paul VA
    (276) 762- 5331
East Stone Gap - 2314-B Preston Rd., East Stone Gap VA
    (276) 523-2989
Esserville - 5736 Industrial Park Rd., Norton VA
    (276) 679-3600
Fairgrounds - 6601 Hurricane Rd., Wise VA
    (276) 328-6142
Flatwoods - Dungannon Rd., Coeburn VA
    (276) 395-7299
Indian Creek - 9800-A Orby Cantrell Hwy., Pound VA
    (276) 796-4887
Josephine - 6221-B Kent Junction Rd., Norton VA
    (276) 679-1740
Toms Creek - 12104 Toms Creek Rd., Coeburn VA
    (276) 395-3635
CONVENIENCE CAN SITES
Appalachia - 2449 Exeter Rd., Appalachia VA
    (276) 565-1826
South Fork - 6011 North Fork Rd., Pound VA
    (276) 796-4610
 
Counseling Programs
CLINICAL SERVICES
Provides outpatient, individual, group, family and marital counseling; community programs for chronically mentally ill adults; and community programs for seriously emotionally disturbed children.
Planning District One Community Services Board
    (276) 523-2562
Wise County Behavioral Health Services
- Frontier Health
    (276) 523-8300 or (276) 523-8360
PREVENTION AND RESIDENTIAL SERVICES/SERVICE COORDINATION
Provides parenting classes; programs for divorcing families; child behavior management consults for parents; coping with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; stress and anxiety management; substance abuse prevention; community development in low-income neighborhoods; disability awareness counseling; parenting child with disabilities; and support for siblings of persons with disabilities.
Independence House - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-4357
Office on Youth
    (276) 523-5064
Planning District One Community Services Board
    (276) 523-2562
 
County Administrator
Appointed by the Board of Supervisors to oversee the day-to-day operations of county government.  Concerns, complaints or compliments regarding county services are received in this office.
    (276) 328-2321
 
Courts
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
Civil Division: law suits; adoptions; divorces; name changes; mechanic's liens; and garnishments.
Criminal Division: felony cases; misdemeanor appeals from district court; habeas corpus filings; appeals to Virginia Court of Appeals and Supreme Court; fine; and cost collections.
Land Recording Division: deeds; deeds of trust; certificates of satisfaction; powers of attorney; and plats.
Probate Division: wills; estates and qualifications; and guardianship.
Reception Division: marriage licenses, passport applications, notary public applications, certificates of jury service, and concealed weapon permits.
Records Room: judgment docketing and releases, business name registrations, financial statement filings, military service discharge recordings, and records of all court orders, land recordings, marriage licenses and fiduciary recordings.
    (276) 328-6111
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES

    (276) 328-8653
COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY
    (276) 328-9406  
GENERAL DISTRICT COURT  & CLERK
The staff of the clerk's office is available to answer general questions and to assist the public with filing motions and legal processes.
    (276) 328-3426 or (276) 328-8296  
JUVENILE COURT SERVICE UNIT, 30th District
To reduce juvenile delinquency by providing services, programs and policies that advocate for the needs of youth and their families; assist the community in preventing juvenile delinquency; divert from the juvenile system those whose needs are more appropriately met elsewhere; promote rehabilitation of youth; and protect the people of the community from crime.  Provide juvenile probation services and parole information.
    (276) 328-2141 or (276) 328-2151  
JUVENILE/DOMESTIC RELATIONS DISTRICT COURT, 30th District
The Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court has jurisdiction in matters involving:  delinquents; juveniles accused of traffic violations; children in need of services or supervision; abused and neglected children; custody/visitation; child and spousal support; spousal abuse; and adult offenses against the person of a child or an intra-family offense.
    (276) 328-4486  
MAGISTRATE
    (276) 328-8947
 
Courthouse
Most county government and court offices are located at:
Wise County Courthouse
206 E. Main Street
Wise VA 24293
 
Crime Prevention
Services: Neighborhood Watch; Business Watch; Crime Stoppers; school resource officers assigned to all county middle and high schools who teach a variety of law enforcement related classes; various crime prevention classes taught by crime prevention officers including the prevention of rape, date rape and domestic violence; crimes against the handicapped, personal safety, and the prevention of child abuse; and programs involving the cartoon characters McGruff & Scruff of the National Crime Prevention Council.
Sheriff
    (276) 328-3756
 
Crime Stoppers
To report an incident, information about an ongoing investigation, or what you suspect to be a violation of the law.
Sheriff
    (276) 328-3756
 
Crop Production
Extension Service
    (276) 328-6194
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DARE Program
Drug Abuse Resistance Education is designed to provide accurate information about drugs and alcohol; teach students the necessary decision-making skills; show students how to resist negative peer pressure; suggest healthy alternatives to drug use; and build confidence and self-esteem.
Sheriff
    (276) 328-3756
 
Deeds, Deeds of Trust
Circuit Court Clerk
    (276) 328-6111
 
Delinquency Prevention
Services and programs that reduce the risk of delinquency and encourage positive youth development.
Office on Youth
    (276) 523-8064
 
Directory
Listing of all county government and court offices & employees, as well as, appointees to commissions, boards with contact information. 
Wise County Directory
 
Disabled Citizens Services
ADA RESOURCES
Expertise.com – Comprehensive guide for people living with disabilities that aims to help make the federal grants available to seniors, veterans, and people with cognitive and physical disabilities much easier to understand and take advantage of, particularly for remodeling homes for accessibility.
ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES
To prevent and/or alleviate abuse, neglect or exploitation of an adult including senior adults 60 years or older or disabled persons over the age of 18 years.
Social Services
    1-888-832-3858
ADULT SERVICES
Developmental Services, Inc. - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-0682
Independence House - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-4357
Junction Center for Independent Living, Inc.
    (276) 679-5988
Office on Youth
    (276) 523-5064
Planning District One Community Services Board
    (276) 523-2562
Wise County Behavioral Health Services
- Frontier Health
    (276) 523-8300 or (276) 523-8360
Social Services
    (276) 328-8056
CHILDREN'S SPECIALTY SERVICES
Specialized services for children with chronic and disabling conditions.
Health Department
    134 Roberts Ave, SW
    Wise, VA 24293
    (276) 328-8000
Developmental Services, Inc. - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-0682
Planning District One Community Services Board
    (276) 523-2562
REAL ESTATE TAX RELIEF FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED
Qualifying individuals can receive up to $125.00 credit toward the County real estate taxes on their home.
Commissioner of Revenue
    (276) 328-3556
SPECIAL EDUCATION
Wise County Public Schools
    (276) 328-8017
 
Divorce
Circuit Court Clerk
    (276) 328-6111
 
Dog License
Dog tags are due and payable by January 1st and not later than January 31st of each year.  A current rabies certificate is required.
Treasurer
    (276) 328-3666
 
Dog Warden
To report animal cruelty, stray pets, wildlife bites or attacks, or to inquire about impounded pets.
Animal Control
    (276) 328-2321
    (276) 679-6750 (Animal Shelter)
 
Domestic Violence
Rape or Spousal Abuse
911 - Emergencies
Sheriff - Domestic Violence Unit    
    (276) 328-3756
Family Crisis Support Services
    1-800-572-2278
Virginia Sexual Assault Hotline
    1-800-838-8238
 
Dorchester Community Center
This building is available for rent for reunions, receptions, parties, and other special occasions.  You must reserve the center in advance by paying a deposit (refundable if the facilities remain in good condition) and a rental fee.
(NOTE:  As of January 1, 2016, the fees is $50.00 deposit and $40.00 for the rental).
County Administrator - (276) 328-2321
 
Drug Abuse Services
Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) is designed to provide accurate information about drugs and alcohol; teach students the necessary decision-making skills; show students how to resist negative peer pressure; suggest healthy alternatives to drug use; and build confidence and self-esteem.
Sheriff
    (276) 328-3756
Drug Violation Hotline (VA State Police)
    1-800-553-3673
Office on Youth
    (276) 523-5064
Planning District One Community Services Board
    (276) 523-2562
Parent to Parent Program
A parenting skills workshop with a strong drug and alcohol prevention focus.
    (276) 523-0682
Wise County Behavioral Health Services - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-8300 or (276) 523-8360
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Economic Development
Economic Development assists qualified existing businesses and recruits new businesses to the county.
County Administrator - (Economic Development)
    (276) 328-2321
 
Education
Educational opportunities within and nearby Wise County.
 
Elderly Services
ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT SERVICES
To prevent unnecessary and/or inappropriate institutionalization of older persons by the development and maintenance of comprehensive user-friendly community based long term care services; recognizing that families provide the bulk of care for older people and then developing a user-friendly comprehensive infrastructure to support family caregivers; and by serving as an active and responsible advocate on issues effecting older persons.
Services:  Specialized and public transportation (for all ages); Family Support (caregivers, personal care, Alzheimer's, senior volunteers); Nutrition and Wellness (Cancer support, employment services, meals on wheels, socialization and recreation); Elder Rights and Security (abuse prevention, legal and other counseling services).
Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc. (MEOC)
    (276) 523-4202
REAL ESTATE TAX RELIEF FOR ELDERLY AND DISABLED
Qualifying individuals can receive up to $150.00 credit toward the County real estate taxes on their home.
Commissioner of Revenue
    (276) 328-3556
SeniorNavigator.org – "Your One-Stop Source for Information and Access to Community Programs and Services:  Empowering Seniors and Caregivers to Navigate.  SeniorNavigator helps hundreds of thousands of seniors and caregivers each year, guiding them to the vital support and information they need and equipping them with valuable tools to make educated decisions."
Senior Living Directory – "strives to be the most complete and unbiased source of lifestyle options for older citizens.  We have tried to list EVERY elder lifestyle option (no kidding).  We are also focusing on retirement planning, money and finance for seniors because we know that the wave of 76 million baby boomers is probably under prepared for the difficulties of retirement."
SOCIAL SECURITY
   
(276) 679-7633
Virginia Assisted Living Directory is a free and useful resource for Assisted Living, Alzheimer's, and long-term care available within the Commonwealth of Virginia.
 
Elections
County elections are held each November on the first Tuesday following the first Monday.  Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Primaries and special elections are scheduled as needed.
Office of Registrar
    (276) 328-8331
 
Electoral Board
Office of Registrar
    (276) 328-8331
 
Emergency Communications Center
911 - Emergencies
 
Emergency Medical Services
911 - Emergencies
 
Emergency Needs Services
Social Services program to assist individuals and families in dealing with crisis situations including loss of employment; severe health problems that impact the ability to work; extensive medical bills; or other changes in life situations that negatively impact financial status and are created by factors beyond control of the customer.
Services:  assist individuals and families by referral to appropriate community resources; assist with funding for partial rent or partial utilities payment; assistance with the purchase of medicines; referrals to community resources to assist with the purchase of eyeglasses; or the provision of food and clothing.
Salvation Army
    (276) 523-5643
American Red Cross - Mt. Empire Chapter
    1-540-645-6650
Social Services
    (276) 328-8056
 
Emotionally Disturbed Citizens Programs
COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES PROGRAM
Developmental Services, Inc. - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-0682
Independence House - Frontier Health
    (276) 523-4357
Planning District One Community Services Board
    (276) 523-2562
Wise County Behavioral Health Services
- Frontier Health
    (276) 523-8300 or (276) 523-8360
CRISIS INTERVENTION
Community Services Board provides a wide range of services to residents, information, and referral to agency and community resources.
Planning District One Community Services Board
    (276) 523-2562
Wise County Behavioral Health Services
- Frontier Health
    (276) 523-8300 or (276) 523-8360
 
Employment
Full- and Part-time Employment, as well as, volunteer opportunities with Wise County and other sources for employment leads both state and nationwide.
 
Extension Service
Offers a variety of assistance to citizens such as educational programs for Agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences, and 4-H youth development. 
    (276) 328-6194
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Fairgrounds
The Wise County Fairgrounds is host to several events during the year including the Mountain People's Music Fair (June), the Virginia-Kentucky District Fair & Horse Show (June), and the Dock Boggs Memorial Festival (September).  The Fairgrounds are located on Hurricane Road near Wise, Virginia.
Chamber of Commerce
    (276) 679-0961
 
Family Planning
Pregnancy testing and birth control services.
Health Department
    (276) 328-8000
 
Fertilizer Management
Extension Service
    (276) 328-6194
 
Fires
911 - Emergencies
  
Flu Shots
October through December only.
Health Department
    134 Roberts Avenue, SW
    Wise, Virginia 24293
    (276) 328-8000
 
Food Stamps
Social Services
    (276) 328-8056
 
Foster Care
Provides substitute family or group living and care for a planned period of time, treatment and community services for the entire family aimed at permanence for the child by returning home, placement with relative or adoption.
Services: teen pregnancy counseling; adoption; placement services; case management; and a comprehensive range of casework services.
Social Services
    (276) 328-8056
 
4-H Clubs
Extension Service
    (276) 328-6194
Freedom of Information Act
Virginia Freedom of Information Act
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