West Virginia Chapter
Families, especially pregnant women and newborns, should follow the recommendations of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is only drink bottled water until there are no longer detectable levels of MCHM in the water distribution system. Pregnant women should discuss any concerns and their delivery plans with their obstetrician or other perinatal care provider. Families should follow local health department or federal advisories about what precautions to take to protect their family. More info...
Through programs and services in communities across West Virginia, we promote healthy pregnancies and babies, and work to prevent premature birth and birth defects. We educate moms and support families in need.
By raising funds, donating your talents or joining us in a local event, you make a positive difference in the health of babies and families in neighborhoods like yours. Learn how you can help and get involved today.
The March of Dimes West Virginia Chapter awards grants to local organizations to meet the urgent needs of babies and families in our communities. Learn about the initiatives we’re supporting and how you can help give babies a strong, healthy futures.