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Data Mapping

Data mapping is a valuable tool for caregivers, stakeholders, and policymakers because it combines geo mapping of afterschool and summer program sites with pertinent data about the status of families, children and communities. This provides a visual depiction of how afterschool and summer programming intersect with the needs of the community and provides the ability to explore new programming opportunities.

The West Virginia Statewide Afterschool Network utilizes PolicyMap, a data clearinghouse firm, to map programs and provide data overlays.

The data was collected through a survey distributed to providers, non-profit organizations, and other programs via the following partners:

  • West Virginia Department of Education Nina M. Lowey 21st  Century Community Learning Centers

  • West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Early Care and Education

  • Child Care Resource and Referral

  • Parks and Recreation

Find a program

A laptop displays PolicyMap website that serves as a WV Afterschool Network Clearinghouse.

Locate a program on the map. Type in a zip code, specific address, or a county in the location box at the top of the page and hit the search button to locate programs within a specific area. Click on an orange triangle to find the name of the program. Each pin will show:

  • Contact Information
  • Grades Served
  • Availability of Transportation

In-home childcare providers currently are not mapped. Please visit DHHR for information about those providers at

Updates to the database are made twice a year in March and August.

Want to submit a program to be included or update an existing mapped program? Contact Stacey Harper at