West Virginia Resources

  • WV Bureau of Senior Services
    Resources to find services for senior programs across the state of West Virginia.
  • WV Senior Centers
    List of senior centers around the state of West Virginia.
  • Senior Guidance: Assisted Living in WV
    Information guide on the cost assisted living for seniors across the state.
  • West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services
    Information tailored to those who are seeking to locate programs and services for themselves or their loved ones and also for professionals who may be looking for up-to-date information relating to the field of aging.
  • West Virginia Center for End-of-Life Care
    The West Virginia Center for End-of-Life Care provides assistance to West Virginians so that at the end of life they know what medical treatments they want, and their wishes are respected.
  • West Virginia Senior Legal Aid, Inc
    Needy senior West Virginians age 60 and over anywhere in the state can get our help through this website, or by calling us at 1-800-229-5068.
  • Lighthouse Program
    Lighthouse is designed to assist those seniors who have functional needs in their homes, but whose income or assets disqualify them for Medicaid services. The Lighthouse Program, available in each county, is funded entirely by state monies and provides support in four areas: personal care, mobility, nutrition, and housekeeping.
  • Pride Community Services
    PRIDE offers a multitude of programs geared at assisting low-income individuals and families to move out of poverty and toward self-sufficiency. Currently the agency operates Senior nutrition sites in Logan, Chapmanville and Millcreek; Head Start Centers in Logan, Chapmanville, Dehue, Lorado and Buffalo; and in conjunction with the Logan County Board of Education we operate specialized collaborative classrooms in several schools; Weatherization Program; CSBG Program; Child and Adult Food Care Program; Case Management and In-Home Care Programs.
  • Southwestern Community Action Council, Inc. Mature Worker Program
    The program works with community agencies to help income-qualified participants 55 and over to find jobs, increase skills and supplement their incomes. Cabell, Lincoln, Mason, and Wayne counties.
  • The West Virginia Aging & Disability Resource Network (ADRN)
    The ADRN is a state-funded resource and is a division of the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services. There is a wide-ranging list of resources available to you on our web site. This list is offered for informational purposes and to assist you. The West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services does not endorse or recommend any agency or business listed.

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