Serving as a bridge to available resources that may assist you or a loved one with needs such as in-home services, nutrition supplements, utility assistance, and more.
Toll Free: 866-981-2372 Email: email@example.com
Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, the Aging & Disability Resource Center is not accepting walk-ins at this time. We will be continuing to provide services via telephone. For assistance, please call (304) 720-6861.
If you have questions pertaining to meals or transportation, please reach out to your local county provider.
Aging and Disability Resource Center - Dunbar 1400 Ohio Avenue, Suite B, Dunbar, WV 25064 (304) 720-6861 or 1 (866) 981-2372
Aging and Disability Resource Center - Fairmont 2805 White Hall Blvd, White Hall, WV 26554 1 (877) 363-1595
Aging and Disability Resource Center - Petersburg 131 Providence Lane, Petersburg, WV 26847 1 (800) 296-5341 or (304) 257-2847
Aging and Disability Resource Center - Princeton 1460 Main Street, Box 8, Princeton, WV 24740 1 (866) 598-2372 or (304) 425-2040
If you have been in contact with the WV Aging and Disability Resource Center, please take a minute to complete our quick satisfaction survey. By doing so, you will be helping us find our strengths and areas that need improvement. It is our hope to be a bridge individuals can count on to assist in receiving the services they or a loved one need.
The West Virginia Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) and our partner agencies are a bridge to available resources to assist you and your family with questions about long-term care services and supports that may allow you or your loved one to remain at home and active in the community for as long as possible. At the ADRC you will find professionally trained staff that can answer your questions about programs and other resources available in your area, how to access these services, and can also assist you in applying for those programs and supports that best suit your independent living and long-term care needs.