SERVING WEST VIRGINIANS
WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SINCE 1980
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The Potomac Center is West Virginia's only intensive training facility for children with intellectual/developmental disabilities and accompanying behavioral problems. The Center offers a unique, desperately needed array of residential services in a family-oriented atmosphere for a deserving population of West Virginians.
We are a registered 501C(3) private, not-for-profit agency that is always in need of funding to buy the essentials the children need such as clothing, educational supplies, and also to ensure active participation in community outings and recreational activities.
Your donation is greatly needed and will be much appreciated as we use it to support this wonderful group of children and adults.
NOW PAYING $11.00 / HOUR WITH GREAT BENEFITS. APPLY TODAY!
Potomac Center has immediate openings for Direct Support Professionals at our locations in Romney, WV.
We are pleased to announce that we have increased our starting wage effective July 1st.
Also available for any full-time employee is the ability to participate in the West Virginia Public Employee Insurance Agency’s Health & Life Insurance.
If you would like to make a difference in a child’s or young adult’s life, please send a resume to Jon Oates at email@example.com.
You may also complete an application at
our administrative office located at
One Blue Street in Romney, West Virginia,
or online at http://potomaccenter.com/#employment
We at Potomac Center have taken every reasonable precaution to protect, first our residents and secondly our employees. We have gone to great lengths to put policies and procedures in place and to acquire the disinfectants, sanitizers, gloves, etc. that we need to keep our folks as safe as humanly possible.
All visitors need to please report to the front office and check in.
Any visitor or staff member presenting as having symptoms or meeting any of the following criteria will not be permitted to enter the facility due to the potential threat of COVID-19.
Close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19
Experiencing shortness of breath, cough, or sore throat
Fever within the last 24-48 hours
Loss of taste or smell
Face coverings are still required in all healthcare facilities.
In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all healthcare workers and visitors are still required to wear face coverings in healthcare facilities. The recent changes for those fully vaccinated do not apply to healthcare settings.
Potomac Center has a responsibility to protect the safety and health of the individuals and employees.
Thank you for your understanding during this highly unusual and difficult time period.