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Assisted Living in West Virginia

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Cost of Assisted Living in West Virginia

According to the 2012 A Place for Mom Senior Living Costs Survey, the median monthly cost to live in an assisted living one bedroom apartment in West Virginia is $3,070.

A Place for Mom uses the term “assisted living” to indicate that the community provides some level of assistance with daily living activities. It is not intended to indicate that the facility meets official state requirements for level of care.

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Beaver   (1)
Beckley   (1)
Bluefield   (1)
Bridgeport   (1)
Buckhannon   (1)
Charleston   (5)
Clarksburg   (1)
Dunbar   (2)
Elkins   (1)
Fairmont   (2)
Farmington   (1)
Grafton   (2)
Huntington   (2)
Hurricane   (1)
Jane Lew   (1)
Kingwood   (1)
Lewisburg   (1)
Morgantown   (1)
Mount Hope   (1)
Oak Hill   (2)
Ona   (1)
Princeton   (2)
Rupert   (1)
St. Albans   (3)
St. Mary   (1)
Weirton   (3)
Wellsburg   (1)
Wheeling   (2)

Assisted Living Rules and Regulations in West Virginia

When it comes to finding quality assisted living for yourself or a loved one, many consumers rely on the assisted living records provided by state regulatory agencies. But, public access to these records changes depending on the state where the community is located. Learn more about accessing assisted living records in West Virginia.

Public Records and License Status

West Virginia is highly transparent when it comes to providing consumers access to assisted living records.

To find information about a community, visit West Virginia’s Health Care Facility Lookup List. For additional information about a specific community, locate the appropriate long-term-care ombudsman at or make a Freedom of Information Act request.

Violations and Resident Protection

West Virginia provides a searchable and accurate list of licensed facilities online. They also provide information about inspections, violations, survey results and complaints online in the same location. All information is updated within 90 days.

They also provide information about special licensing for care, capacity information as well as payment and contact details. Their website does not offer the price of care at a specific facility.

West Virginia conducts inspections every year and can fine facilities for violations.

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