Legal Aid of WV and Unicare have partnered to provide legal help to more than 180,000 West Virginians receiving Medicaid through Unicare.
The CDC has extended their order stopping evictions for non-payment of rent through June 30, 2021. Learn more about what this means.
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Take a look at some of the ways Legal Aid of WV can provide resources to those living with developmental disabilities in West Virginia.
On March 25, 2021, Legal Services Corporation held a caucus with legal aid organizations about the challenges of providing legal access to clients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of our strategic plan, Legal Aid of WV conducted an Economic Impact Study, demonstrating the dollar-for-dollar value of legal aid. You can see the full report here.
Brendan Wood joined LAWV is September 2019 in a medical-legal partnership position with Cabin Creek Health System. Through this collaboration, he provides crucial legal services to West Virginians in recovery.
All West Virginians 16 or older are eligible to get a vaccine. Here is a bit more information.
The American Rescue Plan Act is a new law that was passed to provide more help to people struggling because of COVID-19. Read more about what resources are available in the most recent law.
If someone in your family receives Social Security Income payments and got additional relief in 2020, there's a possibility the Social Security office could say they overpaid your family. Learn more about what to do in this article.
Shirley was raising four granddaughters alone, and she found a creative way to make it easier. The State responded by taking away her benefits. That's when she called Legal Aid of WV.