The bustling city of Huntington, West Virginia, has a lot to offer for residents and visitors inside a compact, forest-surrounded geography. Huntington’s climate is humid and subtropical with distinct seasons that include warm summers and moderate winters. Huntington itself is vibrantly preserved and its Nationally Registered Downtown Historic District offers many unique places to explore on foot. Fans of art can browse the rich selection of works at the surprisingly extensive Huntington Museum of Art. There are also many diverse dining and shopping venues throughout downtown. The Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center offers its own cultural pleasures with performances year-round. Ritter Park Historic District is a lovely recreational space too. Huntington city has a 2019 U.S. Census-estimated population of just 45,110 people, of which 15.4% are 65 or older. This is below the national average. 

Huntington’s access to quality medical care is good, with St. Mary’s Medical Center and Cabell Huntington Hospital as its two largest facilities. Homemaker and home health aide services are relatively affordable at an average cost of $3,790 for both according to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2020. This is well below national averages of $4,481 and $4,576.

At Caring.com, we’ve compiled a comprehensive directory of every home care provider in the Huntington area – complete with types of care provided, services offered and reviews from families who’ve actually used the service. In addition to our in-depth provider listings, we’ve compiled a list of resources to help seniors and their families access all the tools they need to age in place safely and gracefully.

Directory of Home Care Services in Huntington, WV


Village Caregiving – Huntington, WV

650 Main St, Barboursville, WV, 25504

Very easy to work with and nice caregivers!
Very easy to work with and nice caregivers!

Adelphie Home HealthCare – Brandon, FL

1111 Oakfield dr, Brandon, FL, 33511

It’s been about two months now, and been pretty good. Adelphi have been very helpful to me and my wife. They help with my medicines. I could never tell which ones are for my blood pressure or which on … (read more)
It’s been about two months now, and been pretty good. Adelphi have been very helpful to me and my wife. They help with my medicines. I could never tell which ones are for my blood pressure or which on … (read more)

Apple In-Home Senior Services

916 5th Avenue, Suite 405, Huntington, WV, 25701

We have All Ways Caring HomeCare for my husband 2-3 hours a day, 17 hours a week. I really need a male because right now he’s got a female to assist him with his bathing because he won’t let her. She … (read more)
We have All Ways Caring HomeCare for my husband 2-3 hours a day, 17 hours a week. I really need a male because right now he’s got a female to assist him with his bathing because he won’t let her. She … (read more)



Huntington Home Care Resources 

Home care services are only one of the pieces needed for seniors to gracefully age in place. There are many services and programs that are low-cost or free, that enable seniors to enjoy an independent lifestyle in the comfort of their own home, such as help with home modifications, meal delivery services, and more. Below, we’ve compiled a few of the most helpful resources in Huntington:

Mountain State Centers for Independent Living

Address: 821 Fourth Avenue, Huntington, WV 25701
Phone Number: (304) 525-3324

The Mountain State Centers for Independent Living organization offers advocacy and assistance for seniors and people with disabilities in West Virginia. This organization’s programs deliver information and referral services, peer group support, skills development seminars and advocacy for those in need of assistance due to age or disability. The MTSTCIL also operates an assistive technology loan program that lets members of the public and seniors borrow assistive technology devices for short time-spans until they can find a way to buy their own.

West Virginia Senior Legal Aid, Inc.

Address: 1988 Listravia Avenue, Morgantown, WV 26505
Phone Number: (800) 229-5068

West Virginia Legal Aid offers free legal assistance services to seniors over 60 who are residents of the state. WV legal Aide doesn’t deny free legal assistance to elders who aren’t considered low-income but it does give preferential help to those with economic difficulties or suffering discrimination. The organization offers legal information, advocacy, free legal document guidance and preparation. It will also help seniors locate an attorney in their specific area who can represent them for free or at low cost.

West Virginia Weatherization Assistance Program

Address: 540 5th Avenue Huntington, WV 25701
Phone Number:  (304) 781-0651 

In Huntington, the federally and state-funded Weatherization Assistance Program is managed on a local level by the Southwestern Community Action Council. It follows general federal eligibility rules for all state weatherization programs which give preference to elderly, disabled and low-income family households. Seniors receiving Supplemental Security Income are automatically able to join and applicants in general should have a household income of less than $27,760 for a single-person home or $34,840 in two-person homes. Income maximums increment upwards with larger households. The program offers weather sealing, insulation and HVAC/furnace repair or improvement.

West Virginia Lighthouse Program

Address: 1900 Kanawha Blvd. East, Charleston, WV 25305
Phone Number: (304) 558-3317

The Lighthouse Program of West Virginia is operated by the WV Bureau of Senior Services. The purpose of this initiative is to provide elderly residents of the state who don’t quite qualify for Medicaid with support for personal care, mobility, home maintenance and nutrition needs. Enrolled individuals have to be 60 or older and can receive as many as 60 hours of assistance per month based on a sliding scale fee system that takes income into account. Client assistance levels are assessed individually by a medical professional and a caseworker for this program, which is locally administered at the county level.

Determining Your Loved One’s Need for In-Home Care

Aging can be a difficult process, and loved ones may not always ask for help – oftentimes it’s up to their family to evaluate their need for help around the house. While no two situations are exactly alike, this checklist can help you and your loved ones determine when it’s time to start the search for a home care provider.


Guidelines for Talking About In-Home Care

If you’ve determined that your loved one needs the assistance of a care provider in their home, it may be time for a difficult conversation. Handled correctly, however, this process can bring a family together and ensure that everyone’s concerns are addressed. Use this PDF as a starting point to help the conversation stay as positive and productive as possible.