Center for Excellence in Disabilities at West Virginia University


The WVUCED leads efforts to provide better services to West Virginians with disabilities through training, research and services.

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CED Covid Connections

Profiles and Quicklinks

Developmental Disabilities Awareness

Chief Hunt and Steve Slack discuss Developmental Disabilities Month, and possible observations/encounters Law Enforcement Officers could have with a person who has a developmental disability.

Disability Facts

Adults with Disabilities in West Virginia are more likely to:

  • • Be inactive (43.9%)
  • • Be obese (44.6%)
  • • Have high blood pressure (48.9%)
  • • Smoke (42.7%)

In the United States, 25.6% of adults have some type of disability.

In West Virginia, 39.2% of adults have some type of disability.

DD Network Links

  • West Virginia Developmental Disabilities Council
  • Disability Rights WV
  • AUCD

Contact & Feedback

CED North

959 Hartman Run Road
Morgantown, WV 26505
Phone: 304-293-4692
(888) 829-9426
TTY: (800) 518-1448

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CED South

4510 Pennsylvania Avenue Suite B.
Big Chimney, WV 25302
Phone: 304-720-3200

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The WVUCED is committed to ensuring accessibility for all trying to access the information and services we provide. It is the goal of WVUCED to ensure timely meaningful access to individuals with Limited English Proficiency, who are Deaf/Hard Of Hearing or need other accommodations. If you need assistance, please ask about our Language Access Plan.