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Search assisted living communities in West Virginia. Find assisted living homes that offer a number of different amenities and services ranging from laundry services, social events and more.

Featured Assisted Living Communities in West Virginia

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Quarry Manor

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Charleston, WV
starting at $3,224 monthly
Genesis
 
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Wishing Well Assisted Living Community at Fairmont Campus

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Fairmont, WV
starting at $2,738 monthly
Genesis
 
C

The Seasons

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Lewisburg, WV
starting at $3,328 monthly
Genesis
 
D

Elmcroft of Martinsburg

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Martinsburg, WV
starting at $2,970 monthly
Elmcroft Assisted Living
 
E

The Summit at Hidden Valley

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Oak Hill, WV
starting at $2,700 monthly
Genesis
 
F

Regency Place

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Scott Depot, WV
starting at $3,500 monthly
Genesis
 


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