Woodlands Retirement Community is a distinguished Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) located in Huntington, West Virginia, catering to individuals aged 55 and above. It is situated on 171 acres of magnificent property, offering sweeping views of the surrounding hilltops and valleys. Our community is dedicated to providing peace of mind by focusing on three key aspects of living. Firstly, we promote wellness through an active, independent lifestyle and the companionship of close friends. Secondly, we offer spacious cottages and apartments and provide an array of services, events, and special amenities to create an unparalleled independent living experience. Finally, we ensure that every resident has access to onsite assisted living and memory support, should healthcare services ever be required.
Woodlands holds the distinction of being the only LifeCare community in the region. Residents who choose LifeCare have the security of knowing they can always stay in their Woodlands home, close to both old and new friends, even if their healthcare needs change and they outlive their financial resources. Learn more about the unique benefits of LifeCare here.
Woodlands also accepts direct admissions into our Assisted Living residential program. Admission does not require prior independent living residency at Woodlands. We warmly welcome new members to our Assisted Living community on a private pay basis. If you have long-term care insurance coverage, your monthly fees may be fully or partially offset by the benefits of your policy (consult your insurance provider).
Should I stay or should I go now? Should I stay, or should I go now? If I go there will be trouble And if I stay it will be double So come on and let me know … Should I stay or should I go now? The lyrics, written by a 1980s rock band, capture the dilemma that many of...
Dot Hicks, Former Marshall University Golf Coach
Dan and Charlotte Ingam
Woodlands is a wonderful place to live. Now that I am fully retired, I have no worries. More importantly, our children have no worries. They know all my needs are being met here. Everything is so convenient. All my food is prepared and maintenance takes care of anything that needs to be repaired. There’s exercise class, yoga, lectures, book club, movies and all sorts of other entertainment to keep me involved and active. In fact, I have never been busier!
Patty and John Anderson
Mary Lue Light
Richard Eid, Woodlands Director of Technology
Ron Smith, Woodlands Director of Dining Services