At Woodlands, we know some assistance can make a big difference in maintaining independence. That’s why we offer assisted living residents the opportunity to have a home in a comfortable and familiar environment that’s enhanced by support from a care team devoted to keeping residents in control of their lives and close to everything – and everyone – that matters.
As part of Woodland’s care continuum, Assisted Living services become available to our independent living LifeCare residents, if and when needed, at a controlled cost whereby the monthly rate of a standard Assisted Living apartment will always be consistent with that of a one-bedroom Independent Living apartment. Learn more about the benefits of LifeCare here.
Acceptance into our assisted living residential program does not require prior independent living residence at Woodlands. We gladly 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 able to be fully or partially offset by the benefits of your policy. (Consult your insurance provider).
To learn more about becoming a member of the Woodlands family or to schedule a tour of our assisted living residences, please call (304) 697-1620 or complete the Contact Form found at the right of this page.
- Private Suites
- Restful Lounges and Common Seating Areas
- Peaceful Courtyard
- Beautiful Views
- Dining Room
- Beauty Salon
- Activities Room
- 3 Daily Meals
- Personal Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
- Daily Activities Programming
- Banking Services
- Escort Assistance to Meals and Activities
- Exercise Classes
- Housekeeping and Laundry Services
- Transportation Services
- Wireless Internet
Woodlands Healthcare Division just completed its fourth straight annual state survey from West Virginia’s Office of Health Facility Licensure and Certification with zero deficiencies. Learn more.
Woodlands Retirement Community was named the Best Assisted Living Facility in the Tri-State by 124,000 total Cabell and Wayne county voters in West Virginia in Sept. 2017.