ELKINS, W.Va. – A group from Elkins working to create a safe space for people struggling with addiction and homelessness wants to expand.
The Elkins Addiction and Homelessness Task Force is sponsoring this project and is looking for a building to serve the area. Its goal is to provide food, shelter, and mental health services to the people of Randolph County.
Elkins Addiction and Homeless Task Force updates publicly
“We can bring clinical harm reduction, recovery, housing, food and resource-sharing services to people under one roof,” said David Parker, Elkins City Councilor.
The Addiction and Homelessness Task Force is investigating four buildings to begin its program on January 4th.