Appendix A: What a Justification Letter Should Include

What, Who, How, Where

A funding justification letter should be in report form.

Some useful terms are:

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  1. "Prevention of" or "accommodation to"
    For example: sores, contractures, orthopedic deformities
  2. "Promote and/or support"
    For example: breathing, swallowing, mobility
  3. The term to use is "adequate" not "optimal." No product is ever "perfect." It will not last forever because conditions of the patient and situation are constantly changing.
  4. A physician's note to endorse the report is usually necessary.
  5. It is also important to point out the long-term benefits.

These benefits should include those that apply to medical needs/benefits:

  • Bone growth
  • Respiratory activity
  • Strengthening of anti-gravity muscles
  • Development of head and trunk control
  • Development of hand/eye coordination
  • Opportunity for cognitive growth

Other helpful hints:

  • Refer to a three wheel trike as a "therapeutic mobility device."
  • Always use the term "patient" not "client." It is a medical system and the product is for medical reasons. Physicians do not have clients.
  • It is imperative to define the product as a medical necessity.

For examples of medical justification letters look on the website www.freedomconcepts.com.

Appendix B: Effective Terminology

Effective Terminology for Insurance Companies, Medicaid or Medicare

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  • "significantly improves condition of patient"
  • "medically necessary"
  • "prosthesis to replace organ or limb"
  • "replaces a nonfunctional part of patient's body"
  • "other therapeutic and prosthetic services and supplies"
  • "durable medical equipment"
  • "improvement of a malformed body member"
  • "restoration of patient to best possible functional level"

As you investigate the possible avenues of funding for assistive technology, keep in mind that some options may affect your own insurance policies in the future.


Co-payment: Specified charges that must be paid each time care or medical services of a particular type are received. The instances in which a co-payment will be required are specified in your policy's schedule of benefits. The co-payment must be paid before any other payment will be made for that specific benefit. The co-payment amount does not count toward satisfaction of the insured's deductible or out-of-pocket maximum for the plan year.

Deductible: The amount the insured must pay on covered benefits before the insurance company will pay during a benefit period.

Life Time Cap: The maximum amount (limit) that the insurance company is obligated to pay for all medical care during the lifetime of the insured.

Appendix C: WV Division of Rehabilitation Districts and Offices

District 1

Counties: Boone, Calhoun, Clay, Jackson, Kanawha, Mason, Putnam and Roane

  • Charleston District Office
    4701 MacCorkle Avenue, SE
    Charleston, WV 25304
    Phone: 304-356-2371
  • Point Pleasant Branch Office
    209 5th St.
    Point Pleasant, WV 25550
    Phone: 304-675-0867
  • Ripley Branch Office
    206 Stone Drive
    Ripley, WV 25271
    Phone: 304-373-0313
  • Spencer Branch Office
    321 Market St.
    Spencer, WV 25276
    Phone: 304-927-0954
  • Teays Valley Branch Office
    115 Liberty Square
    Hurricane, WV 25526
    Phone: 304-760-7082

District 2

Counties: Barbour, Gilmer, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Monongalia, Preston, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker and Upshur

  • Clarksburg District Office
    107 Cambridge Place
    Bridgeport, WV 26330
    Phone: 304-842-2951
  • Elkins Branch Office
    1025 North Randolph Avenue
    Elkins, WV 26241
    Phone: 304-637-0205
  • Fairmont Branch Office
    Veterans Square
    320 Adams Street, Suite 106
    Fairmont, WV 26554
    Phone: 304-367-2714
  • Morgantown Branch Office Sabraton Plaza
    1415 Earl Core Rd.
    Morgantown, Wv 26505
    Phone: 304-285-3155
  • Weston Branch Office
    306 Market Place Mall
    Weston, WV 26452
    Phone: 304-269-0547

District 3

Counties: Brooke, Doddridge, Hancock, Marshall, Ohio, Pleasants, Ritchie, Tyler, Wetzel, Wirt and Wood

  • Parkersburg Branch Office
    State Office Bldg. 400 5th St.
    Parkersburg, WV 26101
    Phone: 304-420-4580
  • Parkersburg South High School
    1511 Blizzard Dr.
    Parkersburg, WV 26101
    Phone: 304-420-4916
  • Sistersville Branch Office
    714 Wells St.
    Sistersville, WV 26175
    Phone: 304-652-2354
  • Weirton Branch Office
    100 Municipal Plaza, Ste. 200
    Weirton, WV 26062
    Phone: 304-723-5311
  • Wheeling District Office
    Central Union Building
    40 14th Street, Suite 102
    Wheeling, WV 26003
    Phone: 304-238-1092

District 4

Counties: Braxton, Fayette, Greenbrier, Mercer, Monroe, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Raleigh, Summers and Webster

  • Beckley District Office
    800 New River Town Center
    Beckley, WV 25801
    Phone: 304-256-6900
  • Oak Hill Branch Office
    549 Mall Road
    Oak Hill, WV 25901
    Phone: 304-465-3025
  • Lewisburg District Office
    777 North Jefferson St.
    Suite 105
    Lewisburg, WV 24739
    Phone: 304-647-7515
  • Princeton Branch Office
    195 Davis St.
    Princeton, WV 24740
    Phone: 304-425-1256
  • Summersville Branch Office
    830 Northside Drive, Ste. 113
    Summersville, WV 26651
    Phone: 304-872-0813

District 5

Counties: Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, McDowell, Mingo, Wayne and Wyoming

  • Cabell Midland High School
    2300 US Rt. 60 East
    Ona, WV 25545
    Phone: 304-743-7496
  • Huntington District Office
    2699 Park Ave., Ste. 200
    Huntington, WV 25704
    Phone: 304-528-5585
  • Huntington High School
    Highlander Way
    Huntington, WV 25701
    Phone: 304-528-6511
  • Logan Branch Office
    216 Dingess St.
    Logan, WV 25601
    Phone: 304-792-7060
  • Marshall University
    One John Marshall Dr.
    113 Prichard Hall
    Huntington, WV 25755
    Phone: 304-696-2394
  • Mullens Branch Office
    316 Howard Ave.
    Mullens, WV 25882
    Phone: 304-294-5653
  • Welch Branch Office
    110 Park Ave.
    Welch, WV 24801
    Phone: 304-436-3175

District 6

Counties: Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral, Morgan and Pendleton

  • Keyser Branch Office
    67 North Tornado Way
    Keyser, WV 26726
    Phone: 304-788-2313
  • Martinsburg District Office
    891 Auto Parts Place, Suite 131
    Martinsburg, WV 25403
    Phone: 304-267-0005
  • Moorefield Branch Office
    1929-1 State Road 55, Suite 217
    Moorefield, WV 26836
    Phone: 304-528-2701
  • Romney Branch Office
    24948 Northwestern Pike
    PO Box 943
    Romney, WV 26757
    Phone: 304-822-3957

Appendix D: WV Division of Veterans Affairs

Location Phone Number Counties Served
Charleston Administrative Office 886-984-8387
Entire State
Beckley Field Office 304-256-6955 Raleigh, Fayette
Charleston Field Office 304-558-3540 Kanawha, Parts of Fayette, Putnam
Clarksburg Field Office 304-556-7251 Harrison, Lewis, Doddridge
Elkins Field Office 304-637-0235 Barbour, Randolph, Tucker, Upshur
Huntington Field Office 304-399-9395 Cabell, Mason, Wayne
Lewisburg Field Office 304-647-7500 Greenbrier, Pocahontas
Logan Field Office 304-792-7055 Logan, Mingo, Boone, Lincoln
Martinsburg Field Office 304-267-0040 Berkeley, Jefferson, Morgan
Moorefield Field Office 304-538-2839 Pendleton, Grant, Hardy, Hampshire, Mineral
Morgantown Field Office 304-285-3480 Marion, Monongalia, Preston, Taylor
Parkersburg Field Office 304-424-1952 Pleasants, Ritchie, Tyler, Wood
Princeton Field Office 304-425-5194 Mercer, Summers, Monroe
Spencer Field Office 304-927-0980 Calhoun, Clay, Gilmer, Jackson, Roane, Wirt
Summersville Field Office 304-827-0829 Braxton, Nicholas, Webster
Welch Field Office 304-436-3804 McDowell, Wyoming
Wheeling Field Office 304-238-1085 Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Wetzel, Marshall

Veterans Administration Medical Centers in WV

  • Beckley VAMC
  • Clarksburg VAMC
  • Huntington VAMC
  • Martinsburg VAMC

Appendix E: WV Behavioral Health Centers

Appalachian Community Health Center, Inc.

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The Appalachian Community Health Center is a comprehensive behavioral health center established for the benefit of the public. Its mission is to identify, respond and serve the behavioral health needs and promote physical, social, emotional and intellectual well-being of consumers and the community. Services provided include: counseling for children, teens and families, adult day program, developmental disabilities (DD) programs, MR/DD Waiver, life skills training, alcohol and drug abuse assistance and programs, parent education workshops, psychological and psychiatric evaluations and information & referral services. For more information, call 304-636-3232 or visit www.achcinc.org.

Green Acres Regional Center, Inc.

Green Acres is a behavioral health center serving only those with intellectual disabilities and/or developmental disabilities. The mission of Green Acres is to provide a comprehensive continuum of services and support for skill development to assist developmentally disabled adults in Cabell, Mason, Lincoln and Wayne counties to function at their maximum potential. Participants gain basic, academic and functional living skills as well as vocational training and work experience. Green Acres includes a staff of over 100, including certified professionals in fields like nursing, social work, counseling and psychology. For more information, call 304-762-2522.

Kanawha Valley Center (KVC)

KVC is a private, not-for-profit behavioral health care organization that provides an integrated array of programs for children, adolescents and their families who are at risk or in crisis. KVC provides family and community support services through a partial hospital program, outpatient services, respite care, state-of-the-art training center and family resource library. Some services provided include: pediatric services, emergency services, family foster care, child, family, and community education and juvenile intake and assessment programs. Local offices are in Cabell, Fayette, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Mercer, Putnam, Roane, Wood, Wyoming and Wayne counties. For more information, call 304-347-9818 or visit www.kvc.org.

Northwood Health Systems, Inc.

Formerly known as Northern Panhandle Behavioral Health Center, Northwood Health Systems is a network of services ranging from outpatient to residential care. Northwood operates from 30 locations in Ohio, Marshall and Wetzel counties providing direct services for children, adolescents, adults and senior citizens. Northwood serves people who have mental illnesses, developmental disabilities, emotional problems and substance dependencies. For more information, call 304-234-3570.

Oasis Behavioral Health Services

Oasis Behavioral Health Services provides outpatient mental health services. Some of their services include consultation, psychotherapy, addiction services, psychiatric services, therapy groups, DOT/SAP Services, EAP Services and psychological testing. For more information, call 304-733-3331 or visit www.psychoasis.com.

Counties Served: Cabell and surrounding counties.

The Potomac Center

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The Potomac Center is an independent, non-profit short-term residential facility. This Center assists children and adults with developmental disabilities, helping them learn skills for successful community living. The center offers an intensive training program, respite program, crisis respite, Kids on the Block program and a specialized family care program. There are also group homes like the Washington Street Group Home and Birch Lane Group Home. For more information, call 304-822-3861 or visit www.potomaccenter.com.

Counties Served: Barbour, Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral, Morgan, Pendleton, Randolph, Tucker, Upshur

Prestera Center

Prestera Center provides clients and their families with services ranging from outpatient services to 24-hour emergency care and residential substance abuse treatment. Additional services provided include: addiction programs, children & family programs and adult programs such as life-planning, advocacy & monitoring, in-home support services, adult case management, hospital admission & discharge planning, job development and placement, basic living skills development, self-help groups and crisis assistance. Prestera has sites in eight counties including Boone, Cabell, Clay, Kanawha, Lincoln, Mason, Putnam and Wayne. For more information, call 800-642-3434 or visit www.prestera.org.

Seneca Health Services, Inc.

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Seneca Health Services, Inc. provides community-based behavioral health services to adults and children/adolescents with a mental illness, a developmental disability or an addiction. Services include: adult outpatient mental health and substance abuse services, child/adolescent outpatient services, advocacy and linkage with other service providers, in-home support services, hospital admission and discharge planning, medication management, psychotherapy, supportive individual and group counseling, crisis assistance (304-872-2659) 24 hours daily, day treatment and training, residential services, substance abuse prevention, education and treatment and specialized services to persons with a developmental disability. For more information, call 304-872-6503 or visit www.shsinc.org.

Counties Served: Clay, Greenbrier, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Webster

Valley HealthCare System

Valley HealthCare is a comprehensive community mental health center, providing behavioral health services in north central West Virginia for over 30 years. Valley HealthCare offers individuals services and programs in mental health, cognitive impairments, developmental disabilities and chemical dependency. For more information, call 304-296-1731 or visit www.valleyhealthcare.org.

Counties Served: Marion, Monongalia, Preston, Taylor

Appendix F: Centers for Independent Living

Appalachian Center for Independent Living

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

Elk Office Center 4710 Chimney Dr., Suite C Charleston, WV 25302-4804 Phone: 800-642-3003

Counties served: Boone, Clay, Calhoun, Jackson, Kanawha and Putnam

Mountain State Centers for Independent Living

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

329 Prince St.
Beckley, WV 25801
Telephone: 304-255-0122
Website: www.mtstcil.org

821 Fourth Ave.
Huntington, WV 25701
Phone: 304-525-3324

Counties served: Cabell, Raleigh, Tyler, Wayne

Northern West Virginia Center for Independent Living

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A resource center for persons with a disability that offers direct and community based services. Service include: intake/assessment, advocacy, independent skills training, peer and support counseling along with benefit assistance, information and referral, awareness training, resource library, technical assistance workshops and presentations.

Working to help individuals and their community change a situation that has created a barrier for a person's independence.

601-3 East Brockway Ave., Ste. A-B,
Morgantown, WV 26501
Phone: 800-834-6408
Website: www.nwvcil.org

Satellite Office
109 Randolph Avenue
Elkins, WV 26241
Phone: 304-636-0143

Counties served: Barbour, Berkeley, Braxton, Doddridge, Gilmer, Hampshire, Harrison, Jefferson, Lewis, Marion, Monongalia, Morgan, Preston, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker and Upshur

Appendix G: Advocacy Organizations


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(Americans with Disabilities for Attendant Programs Today) is a national organization, founded in 1977, working for the civil rights of persons with disabilities. ADAPT has played a vital role at the national level and examples include making transportation accessible in a number of cities across the country and the passage of a national personal assistance service program which will provide persons with disabilities with the services they need to live full productive lives in their communities. To become involved, you must have an active interest in the issue of changing the long-term care system, getting individuals attendant services in the community and getting individuals out of nursing homes and other institutions. For more information, call 304-319-2697 or visit www.adaptwv.com.

West Virginia Advocates (WVA)

The Advocates protect the human and legal rights of West Virginians who have disabilities and work to ensure individuals enjoy full inclusion and integration in the economic, political, social, cultural and educational mainstream of society. For more information, visit www.wvadvocates.org or call 800-950-5250.

Client Assistance Program WV Advocates

WVA administers the Client Assistance Program. CAP provides advocacy to individuals seeking services under the federal Rehabilitation Act (such as services from the West Virginia Division of Rehabilitation Services, Centers for Independent Living, supported employment programs and sheltered workshops).

Protection and Advocacy Agency for Assistive Technology (PAAT) West Virginia Advocates

WVA administers the PAAT program. The PAAT program protects and promotes the rights of persons with disabilities to access assistive technology devices and services.

Clarice Haush, Executive Director

Litton Bldg., Suite 400
1207 Quarrier Street
Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: 304-346-0847 (V/TTY)
Toll-free: 800-950-5250 (in WV) Website: www.wvadvocates.org

Legal Aid of West Virginia

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Legal Aid of West Virginia provides free legal assistance and representation to low-income people in civil matters only. There are no fee-generating cases. Legal Aid works to prevent homelessness, maintain family income and keep individuals safe from family violence. There is also an ombudsman program and advocacy for the residents of long-term care facilities and individuals with behavioral health problems. The advocacy project conducts abuse and neglect investigations and monitors seclusion, restraints, accidents and injuries occurring to patients in state-operated behavioral health facilities.

Legal Aid advocates for persons with severe emotional disturbances, severe mental illness, substance addiction and co-existing conditions who are outside of the state facilities and not eligible for other advocacy services. The Ombudsman Program advocates for the health, safety, welfare and rights of residents of long-term care facilities. Identity of complainant or resident is not revealed unless authorized by that person. For more information, call 800-642-8279 or visit www.lawv.net.


MSPCAN program offers support, education and advocacy to parents or caregivers of mentally or behaviorally challenged children. It also offers information and referral, emotional support and advocacy training for parents who have children with emotional, psychiatric or behavioral support needs. For more information, call 800-244-5385 or visit www.mspcan.org.

WV EMS Technical Support Network (Medley & Hartley Programs)

WV EMS Technical Support Network is a non-profit corporation that provides programmatic support and technical assistance to the WV Office of EMS. TSN is funded by both federal grants and state appropriations. The WV EMS TSN also operates the Hartley and Medley Advocacy Project.

21 Middletown Road
Whitehall, WV 26554
Phone: 304-366-3022

Other Important Resources

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  • Medicaid Application Assistance
    Phone: 800-642-8589
  • Poison Control Center
    Phone: 800-642-3625
  • Social Security Administration
    Phone: 800-772-1213 (national hotline)
  • West Virginia Human Rights Commission
    Phone: 888-676-5546
  • West Virginia Insurance Commission Consumer Services Division
    TTY: 800-435-7341

Appendix H: WV Local Health Departments

  • Berkeley County
    800 Emmett Rousch Dr.
    Martinsburg, WV 25401
    Phone: 304-263-5131
  • Boone County
    213 Kenmore Dr.
    Danville, WV 25053
    Phone: 304-369-7967
  • Brooke County
    Courthouse 2nd Floor
    204 Courthouse Square
    Wellsburg, WV 26070
    Phone: 304-737-3665
  • Cabell County
    703 7th Ave.
    Huntington, WV 25701
    Phone: 304-523-6483
  • Calhoun County
    186 Hospital Dr., Bldg. 2
    Grantsville, WV 26147
    Phone: 304-354-6101
  • Grant County
    PO Box 608
    Petersburg, WV 26847
    Phone: 304-257-4922
  • Hampshire County
    HC 71 Box 9
    Rt. 50, East
    Augusta, WV 26704
    Phone: 304-496-9640
  • Hancock County
    PO Box 578
    102 Court St.
    New Cumberland, WV 26047
    Phone: 304-564-3343
  • Hardy County
    411 Spring Ave., Ste. 101
    Moorefield, WV 26836
    Phone: 304-530-6355
  • Jackson County
    504 South Church St.
    Ripley, WV 25271
    Phone: 304-372-2634
  • Jefferson County
    1948 Wiltshire Rd., Ste. 1
    Kearneysville, WV 25430
    Phone: 304-728-8416
  • Kanawha County
    108 Lee St. East
    Charleston, WV 25301
    Phone: 304-344-5243
  • Lincoln County
    PO Box 527
    8008 Court St., Court House Annex
    Hamlin, WV 25523
    Phone: 304-824-3330
  • Marshall County
    PO Box 429
    513 Sixth St.
    Moundsville, WV 26041
    Phone: 304-845-7840
  • Mason County
    216 Fifth St.
    Point Pleasant, WV 25550
    Phone: 304-675-3050
  • Mid-Ohio Valley
    211 Sixth St.
    Parkersburg, WV 26101
    Phone: 304-485-7374
  • Mineral County
    Rt. 3, Box 3045
    Keyser, WV 26726
    Phone: 304-788-1321
  • Mingo County
    PO Box 1096
    1st Ave. & Logan St. Memorial Bldg.
    2nd Floor
    Williamson, WV 25661
    Phone: 304-235-3570
  • Monongalia County
    453 Van Voorhis Rd.
    Morgantown, WV 26505
    Phone: 304-598-5100
  • Monroe County
    PO Box 590
    200 Health Center Dr.
    Union, WV 24983
    Phone: 304-772-3064
  • Morgan County
    187 South Green St., Ste. 2
    Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
    Phone: 304-258-1513
  • Ohio County
    1500 Chapline St., Rm. 106
    Wheeling, WV 26003
    Phone: 304-234-3682
  • Pleasants County
    605 Cherry St.
    St. Marys, WV 26170
    Phone: 304-684-2461
  • Pocahontas County
    900 Tenth Ave.
    Marlinton, WV 24954
    Phone: 304-799-4154
  • Putnam County
    1401 Hospital Dr., Ste. 304
    Hurricane, WV 25526
    Phone: 304-757-2541
  • Raleigh County
    1602 Harper Rd.
    Beckley, WV 25801
    Phone: 304-252-8531
  • Ritchie County
    125 West Main St.
    Harrisville, WV 26362
    Phone: 304-643-2917
  • Roane County
    PO Box 909
    200 East Main St.
    Spencer, WV 25276
    Phone: 304-927-1480
  • Wayne County
    PO Box 368
    590 Railroad Ave.
    Wayne, WV 25570
    Phone: 304-272-6761
  • Wetzel-Tyler County
    425 South Fourth Ave.
    Paden City, WV 26159
    Phone: 304-337-2001
  • Wirt County
    PO Box 670
    Lower Washington St.
    Elizabeth, WV 26143
    Phone: 304-275-3131
  • Wood County
    211 Sixth St.
    Parkersburg, WV 26101
    Phone: 304-485-7374
  • Wyoming County
    PO Box 1679
    Courthouse Annex, Bank and Cedar St.
    Pineville, WV 24874
    Phone: 304-732-7941

Appendix I: WV Government Agencies and Officials

United States Senators

  • Honorable Joe Manchin, III
    306 Hart Senate Office Building
    United States Senate
    Washington, DC 20510-4801
    Phone: 202-224-3954
    (TTY): 202-228-0002
  • Honorable Shelly Moore Capito
    Russell Courtyard 5
    Washington, DC 20510
    Phone: (202) 224-6472

United States Congress


Earl Ray Tomblin
Governor's Office
1900 Kanawha Blvd., East
Charleston, WV 25305-0370
Phone: 304-558-2000
Toll free: 888-438-2731
Website: www.governor.wv.gov

WV Vocational Rehab Agency

Division of Rehabilitation Services
107 Capitol St.
Charleston, WV 25307
Phone: 304-356-2060
Website: www.wvdrs.org

Equal Employment Opportunity Office

50 Dee Drive
Charleston, WV 25311
Phone: 304-558-0400
Email: jann.d.hoke@wv.gov

West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources

Cabinet Secretary
One Davis Square, Suite 100 East
Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: 304-558-0684
Email: DHHRSecretary@wv.gov

West Virginia Department of Education

Superintendent of Schools
West Virginia Department of Education
1900 Kanawha Boulevard East,
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: 304-558-2681
Email: dvermill@access.k12.wv.us

Appendix J: WV Department of Health and Human Services

State/Regional/County Management Staff Listing • Bureau for Children and Families 9005 Middletown Mall, White Hall, WV 26554 • Phone: 304-368-4420

Region I

Ohio Co. DHHR
PO Box 6165
407 Main Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
Phone: 304-232-4411

Community Service Managers

  • Calhoun/Gilmer/Wirt Counties
    PO Box 280
    350 Main St.
    Grantsville, WV 26147
    Phone: 304-354-6118
  • Harrison County
    PO Box 1877
    633 West Pike St.
    Clarksburg, WV 26302
    Phone: 304-627-2295
  • Marion/Monongalia Counties
    9083 Middletown Mall
    White Hall, WV 26554
    Phone: 304-368-4420
  • Marshall/Tyler/Wetzel Counties
    1236 North State Route 2
    New Martinsville, WV 26155
    Phone: 304-455-0920
  • Ohio/Brooke/Hancock Counties
    PO Box 6165
    407 Main St.
    Wheeling, WV 26003
    Phone: 304-232-4411
  • Ritchie/Pleasants/Doddridge Counties
    220 W. Main St.
    Harrisville, WV 26362
    Phone: 304-643-2934
  • Wood County
    PO Box 1547
    400 5th St.
    Parkersburg, WV 26102
    Phone: 304-420-2560

Region II

Kanawha Co. DHHR
4190 W. Washington St.
Charleston, WV 25313
Phone: 304-746-2380

Community Service Managers

  • Boone County
    PO Box 970
    Danville, WV 25053
    Phone: 304-369-7802
  • Cabell County
    2699 Park Ave., Ste. 100
    Huntington, WV 25704
    Phone: 304-528-5800
  • Jackson/Mason/Roane Counties
    4285 Cedar Lakes Rd.
    Ripley, WV 25271
    Phone: 304-372-7885
  • Kanawha County
    4190 W. Washington St.
    Charleston, WV 25313
    Phone: 304-746-2360
  • Lincoln County
    PO Box 468,
    8209 Court Ave.
    Hamlin, WV 25523
    Phone: 304-824-5811
  • Logan County
    195 Dingess St.
    Logan, WV 25601
    Phone: 304-762-7095
  • Mingo County
    203 East 3rd Ave.
    Williamson, WV 25661
    Phone: 304-235-4680
  • Putnam County
    3405 Winfield Road
    Winfield, WV 25213
    Phone: 304-586-1520
  • Wayne County
    26452 East Lynn Road
    Wayne, WV 25570
    Phone: 304-272-6311


Taylor Co. DHHR
PO Box 29
235 Barrett St.
Grafton, WV 26354
Phone: 304-265-6103

Community Service Managers

  • Berkeley/Jefferson/Morgan
    PO Box 1247
    433 Mid-Atlantic Park
    Martinsburg, WV 25404
    Phone: 304-267-0100
  • Hampshire/Mineral Counties
    18 N Tornado Way
    Keyser, WV 26721
    Phone: 304-788-4150
  • Hardy/Grant/Pendleton Counties
    149 Robert C. Byrd Industrial Park
    Moorefield, WV 26836
    Phone: 304-539-2391
  • Lewis/Upshur Counties
    PO Box 1268
    91 Arnold Ave.
    Weston, WV 26452
    Phone: 304-269-6820
  • Randolph/Tucker Counties
    1027 N. Randolph Ave.
    Elkins, WV 26241
    Phone: 304-637-5560
  • Taylor/Preston/Barbour Counties
    PO Box 29
    235 Barrett St.
    Grafton, WV 26354
    Phone: 304-265-6103


Raleigh Co. DHHR
407 Neville Street
Beckley, WV 25801
Phone: 304-256-6930

Community Service Managers

  • Braxton/Clay Counties
    1920 Sutton Ln.
    Sutton, WV 26601
    Phone: 304-765-7344
  • Fayette County
    1400 Virginia St.
    Oak Hill, WV 25901
    Phone: 304-465-9613
  • Greenbrier/Monroe/Pocahontas/Summers
    150 Maplewood Ave.
    Lewisburg, WV 24901
    Phone: 304-647-7476
  • McDowell County
    840 Virginia Ave.
    Welch, WV 24801
    Phone: 304-436-8302
  • Mercer County
    200 Davis St.
    Princeton, WV 24739
    Phone: 304-425-8738
  • Nicholas/Webster County
    1073 Arbuckle Rd.
    Summersville, WV 26651
    Phone: 304-872-0803
  • Raleigh County
    407 Neville St.
    Beckley, WV 25801
    Phone: 304-256-6930
  • Wyoming County
    HCR 72, Box 300
    Route 97
    Pineville, WV 24874
    Phone: 304-732-6900