Frequently Asked Questions & “Did You Know?”

Who is eligible for Mountain State for Independent Living services?

 If you are someone or have a family member with a physical, mental, or intellectual disability and are looking for Job Skills Training, Life Skills, Peer Support, Advocacy, Transitioning from a nursing home to independent living, in need of home modifications, or Information & Referral,  contact us for information on how we might help you.

Huntington Office- 304-525-3324

Beckley Office- 304-255-0122

Email – mtstcil@mtstcil.org

How do I apply for services?

Contact Mountain State Centers for Independent Living, we will be glad to speak to you about how to apply for services.

Huntington Office- 304-525-3324

Beckley Office- 304-255-0122

Email – mtstcil@mtstcil.org

Who do I need to contact for more information?

For our Huntington, WV office please call 304-525-3324

For our Beckley, WV office please call 304-255-0122

Email – mtstcil@mtstcil.org

What hours are Mountain State Centers for Independent Living open?

9 am-5 pm, Monday through Friday.

We are closed on most state and federal holidays.

What telephone number do I call for Mountain State Center for Independent living?

Huntington West Virginia office, please call – 304-525-3324   

Or, our Beckley West Virginia office, please call – 304-255-0122

What counties does Mountain State Centers for Independent Living serve?

We cover Cabell, Fayette, Lincoln, Raleigh, and Wayne counties for our CORE SERVICE PROGRAMS,

And, Brooke, Cabell, Fayette, Hancock, Lincoln, Logan, Marshall, Mason, McDowell, Mercer, Mingo, Monroe, Ohio, Raleigh, Summers, Tyler, Wayne, Wetzel, and Wyoming counties in our COMMUNITY LIVING SERVICE PROGRAM. For counties not listed please click the link for a map to find a Center for Independent Living for your county.

View Our County Map here

DID YOU KNOW…

that we offer driver’s education courses for individuals with disabilities that want to obtain their driver’s license to enable them to gain employment?

CBA Training

that we offer Community Based Assessments (CBA) that provide individuals with disabilities an opportunity to explore different jobs at community integrated work settings to assist in making informed choices in determining a vocational goal.

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