PARTNERS
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Appalachian Center for Independent Living

About the program: Services provided include information & referral, fee-based transportation, peer counseling, support group services, independent living skills training, housing lists, individual & systems advocacy, attendant care lists, transitioning services, link-up, and Community Living Services Program (funds for home modification, adaptive equipment and devices).

Elk Office Center, Suite C
4710 Chimney Drive
Charleston WV 25302-4804
Contact Person: Larry Paxton
Telephone: 1-800-642-3003
Fax: 304-965-0377


Mountain State Centers for Independent Living

  • Mountain State Center for Independent Living, Huntington

    About the program: Services provided include advocacy/individual and systems, information and referral services, peer support, skills development, community integration support, personal assistance services, housing, transporation, supported employment, volunteer program, community integration project, educational services.

    821 Fourth Avenue
    Huntington, WV 25701
    Contact Person: Anne Weeks
    Telephone: 304-525-3324
    Fax: 304-525-3360
    Toll-free: 866-MTSTCIL (866-687-8245)
    Web Site: http://mtstcil.org

  • Mountain State Center for Independent Living, Beckley

    About the program: Services provided include advocacy/individual and systems, information and referral, peer support, skills development, community integration support, personal assistance services, housing, transportation, volunteer program, community integration project, educational services.

    329 Prince Street
    Beckley, WV 25801
    Contact Person: Anne Weeks
    Telephone: 304-255-0122
    Fax: 304-255-0157
    Toll-free: 866-MTSTCIL (866-687-8245)
    Web Site: http://mtstcil.org


Northern West Virginia Centers for Independent Living

  • Northern West Virginia Center for Independent Living, Morgantown

    About the program: A resource center for persons with a disability, offering direct and community based services. Service include: independent living assessment, individual and systems advocacy, independent living skills training, job readiness, peer support, benefit assistance, information and referral, nursing home transition/diversion, home modifications for accessibility, Fair Housing education and complaint assistance, disability awareness training, ADA resource library, technical assistance workshops and presentations. Ensuring that individuals with disabilities have the skills and supports they need to live in the community of their choice and assisting communities to better meet the needs of and to include their members with disabilities.

    601-3 East Brockway Avenue, Suite A-B
    Morgantown WV 26501
    Contact Person: Jan Derry
    Telephone: 800-834-6408
    Fax: 304-292-5217, 304-296-6091

  • Northern West Virginia Center for Independent Living, Elkins

    About the program: A resource center for persons with a disability, offering direct and community based services. Service include: independent living assessments, individual and systems advocacy, independent living skills training, peer support, family support services, along with benefit assistance, information and referral, job readiness training, disability awareness training, assistive technology loan closet, technical assistance workshops and presentations and the WV AgrAbility project, which serves farming families with disabilities.

    109 Randolph Ave.
    Elkins, WV 26241
    AgrAbility Contact Person: Arlene Howard
    Telephone: 304-636-0143
    Toll-free: 866-262-2875
    Fax: 304-636-6508


West Virginia Division of Rehabilitation Services

West Virginia Division of Rehabilitation Services

The Division of Rehabilitation Services is West Virginia's primary vocational rehabilitation resource for people with disabilities who want to work. DRS helps many West Virginians prepare for careers consistent with their interests, needs and abilities. DRS helps many more to maintain their current employment if a disability is making it difficult to continue working.

For more information about the West Virginia Division of Rehabilitation Services and its partnership with the Statewide Independent Living Council, contact Michael Meadows.

For more information about the SILC, please contact:
WVSILC PO Box 625 Institute, WV 25112-0625
304-766-4624 (voice or TDD) 304-766-4721 (fax)
e-mail:
wvsilc@wvsilc.org