• Title

  • Daymark, Incorporated

    • NonProfit Community Organizations / Foundations
    1592 Washington Street, E
    Charleston, WV 25311-2509
    (304) 340-3675
    (304) 340-3595 (fax)
    Hours:
    24 Hours, Seven Days a Week

    About Us

    For more than thirty-five years, DAYMARK as been serving youth and families within the Greater Kanawha Valley and all of West Virginia. DAYMARK was founded in 1974 by the Junior League, the First read more
    • About

      For more than thirty-five years, DAYMARK as been serving youth and families within the Greater Kanawha Valley and all of West Virginia. DAYMARK was founded in 1974 by the Junior League, the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston, and the Kanawha County Commission. Although the agency has grown, its original mission has stayed the same: to advocate and provide services for at-risk youth and their families in the community.

      DAYMARK operates three programs. Patchwork is a runaway and homeless youth shelter for youth ages 11-18. Turning Point is a group home for older adolescents which provides independent living skills in a homelike atmosphere. New Connections offers a variety of support groups, an Education classroom, job readiness training as well as an Independent Living program with on site apartments for youth.

    • Highlights

      • We provide services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
      • Credentialed and tenured staff provide our services
      • Any youth in crisis can receive services
      • Family friendly organization
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    • Whom to Contact

      • Vicki Pleasant
        Intermin Executive Director
        Phone: (304) 340-3672
    • Directions

      Located near the State Capitol

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