ADRCs: A visible and trusted place to turn to when you have questions about long-term care in West Virginia.
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The West Virginia Aging & Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) are places you and your family can visit or call to ask questions about services and supports to help you or a loved one remain at home and active in the community for as long as possible. At the ADRC offices you will find professionally trained staff who can answer all of your questions about resources available in your area and how to access or apply for those resources. They can assist you in easily navigating the long-term care system, which can often be confusing and frustrating.
The ADRCs are state-funded and sponsored by the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services. Although there is a wide-ranging list of resources available on this web site, this list is offered for informational purposes only. The West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services does not endorse or commend any agency or business listed. It is recommended that you contact an ADRC for more specific information and for a comprehensive assessment of your needs. The help that you receive from the ADRC will empower you to make informed choices and decisions regarding long-term care.
Services offered at the ADRCs are available to anyone, regardless of age. For more information, please call toll-free 1-866-WVS-ADRC (1-866-987-2372), or click here for an ADRC in your area.