Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center (Wheeling)

Founded in 1969, the Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center is a comprehensive social service center located in Wheeling that serves individuals and families in Ohio, Marshall, and Belmont (OH) counties. The Center runs several anti-hunger programs, including a food pantry, meals served on-site, and meals delivered to shut-ins throughout Wheeling. The Center also provides assistance to those facing utility shut-offs, as well as help obtaining official documents like birth certificates and state IDs. The Center offers a Case Management program in which families work with staff to identify barriers or obstacles on the path to greater self-sufficiency, and then set goals and action steps to work toward overcoming those barriers. For information about these and other services provided by the Neighborhood Center, please see the detailed list below.



Call Us: 304-232-7157

How We Can Help You

*All Services are Always Free of Charge*

Daily Services (walk-in)

  • The Center is open Monday through Saturday from 7:30 to 5:00
  • Breakfast 9:00 am and Dinner 4:30 pm. 
  • Laundry: Open 5 days per week.  Detergents provided. Hours are from 9:30am – 2:00pm.
  • Showers: Available by request.  Toiletries provided.
  • Telephone: Local Calls; long distance by request.
  • Children’s Services: Diapers.

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center

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Also known as the 18th Street Center, Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center is a comprehensive community...

Other Available Services

  • Case Management: assistance on the path to self-sufficiency.
  • Food Pantry: Every Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30 to 1:00
  • SNAP Enrollment: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program enrollment
  • Utilities: Financial help to prevent services from being terminated. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays. Call to schedule an appointment.
  • Cleaning Supplies: Every Wednesday from 1:00 to 2:30
  • Eye Care: Provided by Lens Crafters, Anwar and the Lion’s Club.
  • Delivered Meals for the Homebound: available six days a week. Home assessment required.
  • Help Obtaining Official Documents: Drivers Licenses, State ID Cards, birth certificates, etc.
  • Hospitality House: Transitional housing for families.

How to Find Us