Get in Touch With Us

Thank you for visiting the WV PTI website. We hope you were able to locate what you needed.

West Virginia Parent Training and Information is here for you. We look forward to providing training, information, and resources for parents and caregivers of children and youth with disabilities.

Please complete the intake form below with the requested information.


    99 Edmiston Way
    Suite 101-102
    Buckhannon, WV 26201

    WV PTI
    Primary Contact

    Brenda Lamkin
    Executive Director

    Office Hours

    Monday – Friday
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    Please note that staff are frequently off-site for meetings or workshops. Please call before visiting to ensure there is someone available to meet with you.

    If you are unable to call us during office hours, please leave a message. We will be happy to return your call the following day.

    WV PTI Can Assist You

    Information about special education/ Section 504 or other services for your child

    If your child is needing an evaluation

    If your child is having problems at school or has been a victim of bullying

    If your child has been diagnosed with a disability or has a suspected disability

    If you would like to connect with other parents through our WVPTI ‘Parent Strong’ support group

    Interested In Becoming Part Of The WV PTI Team?

    Please follow these general guidelines:

    • Check current openings before sending information. Information
      will not be kept if an application is received for a position that is
      not currently open
    • Once complete, please mail the form to our office.
    • If you are unable to print application, call the office at
      304-472-5697 to request an application to be mailed.

    We review applicant’s skills set, experience, and qualifications and will contact qualified candidates for interviews.

    Board Application Form

    Employment Application Form

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    The contents of this website were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education, #H328M140005, Project Officer David Emenheiser. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.