are there any group homes for physically disabled people in west virginia?

Question by longhaul_trucker26101: are there any group homes for physically disabled people in west virginia?
i am physically disabled due to an accident and i cannot care for myself. i live with my mother who recently has made it clear i am no longer welcome, and that she wants nothing more to do with me.

short of living under a bridge, or out of a shopping cart, what are my options?

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Answer by justmeinthisworld
have you contacted your state dept of disability services–

if you are unable to work–do you get SSI/SSDI?

you can can on teh waiting list for section 8 housing– and shoudl be eligible for a home helate nurse if you can’t care for yourself..

the actual number of group homes/supported living places is low

look to seee if there are any CHESIRE homes inyoru area–they are scattered around teh country..

are you willing top move out of state

there is am org called UNIVERSAL INSTITUTE that has homes in NJ-not sure if its physial diability onluy–but their homes and vans seem to be geared toward wheelchair accessibility

nursing homes are an optioin

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Holiday Inn Martinsburg – Martinsburg, West Virginia

Hotel and Resort photography & video by PhotoWeb (photowebusa.com) The Holiday Inn® Martinsburg hotel’s location provides guests with a quiet yet convenient destination that is ideal for every type of traveler. While the area may seem rural and removed, there is plenty of excitement in Martinsburg, WV for the hotel’s visitors. Martinsburg, West Virginia gives business travelers an array of opportunities. The hotel is positioned right off of I-81, which allows patrons quick commutes to their professional destinations, including the IRS National Computer Center, VA Hospital, Essroc, United States Coast Guard OSC and WVUH East-City Hospital. A wide variety of entertainment options also surround the hotel’s property. Downtown Martinsburg, West Virginia, just two miles away, provides guests with excellent shopping and dining options. Between Antietam National Battlefield and Harpers Ferry, there is a tremendous number of historically significant sites in the area. Our location enables patrons to enjoy outdoor activities, as well, such as whitewater rafting, golfing and more. In addition to a majestic setting, the Holiday Inn® Martinsburg hotel provides excellent amenities. The indoor pool gives guests the opportunity to relax, while the Business Center and Fitness Center help maintain work and fitness schedules. On-site Heatherfields Restaurant offers delicious dining options, too. Your next visit to West Virginia should include a stay with us
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Holiday Inn Weirton – Weirton, West Virginia

Hotel and Resort photography & video by PhotoWeb (photowebusa.com) Come experience a memorable stay with first-class, contemporary amenities at the finest hotel in Weirton. Our hotel is located off US 22, only 20 miles from the Pittsburgh International Airport and a short distance to many restaurants and shops. We provide you a name you can trust and an “Almost Heaven West Virginia” welcome when you stay in Weirton. Our hotel is ideally located near multiple attractions including the Homer Laughlin China Company, home of Fiesta® dinnerware, the First Niagara Pavilion (formerly the Post Gazette Pavilion), Pepsi Cola Roadhouse and Half Moon Industrial Park. You can also spend the day at Cabela’s or the Mountaineer Casino, Race Track & Resort. Our always accommodating Holiday Inn® Weirton hotel is within easy driving distance for travelers to Ball Corporation, Arcelor Mittal Steel and Franciscan University. A 24-hour Business Center and over 5050 sq ft of meeting space make conducting business easy when staying with us. Unlike other Weirton hotels, our pet-friendly hotel offers an array of complimentary amenities to guarantee a good stay, including a Fitness Center, free high-speed, wireless Internet access and an outdoor swimming pool. We also welcome you to dine with us at our Undo’s Italian Restaurant and Lounge for a delicious meal. You’ll find comfortable, contemporary accommodations when staying with us, so make your reservation today
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Why is West Virginia no longer a part of Virginia?

Question by Gymnast22500: Why is West Virginia no longer a part of Virginia?
My teacher and my class were looking at a map of the U.S. and we noticed that Virginia was a lot larger then it is on a present day map. I told my teacher this and she told me to look it up over the weekend and I can’t find an answer.

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Answer by Sarah
One of the governors of Virginia wanted to cut out a piece that looked like a flower (which became West Virginia) to show his wife for their 40th anniversary.

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Where can you gamble in West Virginia and only have to be 18?

Question by thomas n: Where can you gamble in West Virginia and only have to be 18?
I’m going on a trip this summer with some friends and i want to gamble some, but i am only 18 where is a hotel/casino where i can gamble?
also in D.C. if that is alright.

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Answer by lindsey
Moutaineer Casino in Chester, WVA

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West Baden Springs Hotel

West Baden Springs Hotel
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Built in 1902, the hotel was a health spa and resort that capitalized on several mineral springs located on the property. The hotel operated from 1902 until 1932, never recovering from the Wall Street Crash of 1929. It became a Jesuit seminary in 1934 and in 1966 became a branch campus of Northwood Institute. Vacant after 1983, the "Eighth Wonder of the World" slipped into extreme decay, resulting in the collapse of a good portion of the west wall in 1991. In 1992, the National Trust for Historic Preservation listed the hotel as one of America’s most endangered places.

Bill Cook, a Bloomington, Indiana, entrepreneur and billionaire, financed a partial restoration of the property by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana which assumed ownership in 1996. It was marketed nationally for almost ten years without a buyer and over 400,000 visitors toured the hotel. In 2006, title was transferred to a subsidiary of Bill Cook’s Cook Group to become a part of the French Lick Resort Casino development. In May 2007, the building began hosting guests as a hotel in 246 luxury rooms for the first time since 1932.

The springs were first found in the late 1700s by a former soldier of the American Revolution who had made a name for himself. In 1852, John Lane built a hotel on the site called the Mile Lick Inn and later changed the name to West Baden Inn. In 1887, the Monon railroad built an extension to take guests to the springs and the hotel. Lee Wiley Sinclair from Salem, Indiana bought the hotel in 1888 and added an opera house, a casino and a two-deck, covered, one-third-mile oval bicycle and pony track. A lighted baseball diamond in the center of the track became the spring training grounds for several major league teams including the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago White Sox, Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates. When that hotel burned in 1901, owner Lee Sinclair declared that the new hotel would be fireproof and would have the world’s largest dome. West Virginia architect Harrison Albright completed the new West Baden Springs Hotel on time.

Prior to the completion of the Houston Astrodome in 1965, the building had the largest free-spanning dome in the United States and was the largest in the world from 1902-1913. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, became a National Historic Landmark in 1987 and is a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.

Retired Coal Miner Ed Austin with Some of His 20 Children in Fireco, West Virginia, near Beckley. The 64-Year-Old Worked in the Mines From 1925 to 1956. He Receives Black Lung Payments and a United Mine Workers Pension 04/1974

Retired Coal Miner Ed Austin with Some of His 20 Children in Fireco, West Virginia, near Beckley. The 64-Year-Old Worked in the Mines From 1925 to 1956. He Receives Black Lung Payments and a United Mine Workers Pension 04/1974
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Original Caption: Retired Coal Miner Ed Austin with Some of His 20 Children in Fireco, West Virginia, near Beckley. The 64-Year-Old Worked in the Mines From 1925 to 1956. He Receives Black Lung Payments and a United Mine Workers Pension 04/1974

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-14045

Photographer: Corn, Jack, 1929-

Subjects:
West Virginia (United States) state
Environmental Protection Agency
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What’s it like to move from the West Coast to the East Coast?

Question by Chris: What’s it like to move from the West Coast to the East Coast?
I live in California and kinda want to get out of here and go back east. Born in Riverside, CA, moved to Portsmouth, Ohio in early 1994, moved to Bartlesville, Oklahoma in Summer 1997, moved to Easton, Pennsylvania in Summer 1999, came to Northern California in Summer 2001. Since I was only a kid, I didn’t live back east extensively enough to compare it to being out west. I’m thinking one day I might want to move to Pennsylvania or Ohio. Are people accepting to newcomers? What about in like Virginia or Tennessee?

I’m 20 right now.

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Answer by James
i just moved from Colorado to Kentucky. If you really wanna know what its like here just watch deliverance and thats what the people are like around middlesboro KY

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Russell Ramser Waits His Turn on the Treadmill at the Black Lung Laboratory at the Appalachian Regional Hospital in Beckley West Virginia 06/1974

Russell Ramser Waits His Turn on the Treadmill at the Black Lung Laboratory at the Appalachian Regional Hospital in Beckley West Virginia 06/1974
Colleges In Virginia
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Original Caption: Russell Ramser Waits His Turn on the Treadmill at the Black Lung Laboratory at the Appalachian Regional Hospital in Beckley West Virginia. The 72-Year-Old Miner Worked 35 Years in the Mines and Was a Superintendent in the Early Years of the United Mine Workers before Retiring. He Lives in Shady Side, Ohio, near Wheeling, West Virginia, and Came to Dr. Donald Rasmussen’s Lab after Being Turned Down for Black Lung Benefits in Ohio 06/1974

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-14123

Photographer: Corn, Jack, 1929-

Subjects:
Beckley (Raleigh county, West Virginia, United States) inhabited place
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=556575

Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

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