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"This time, with a PAD, I did not receive any treatments that I did not want. They were very respectful.  I really felt like the hospital took better care of me because I had my PAD. In fact, I think it's the best care that I've ever received."

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West Virginia Mental Health Resources

West Virginia Living Will/Medical Power of Attorney Statute as a pdfPDF

 West Virginia Medical Power of Attorney formPDF

 West Virginia Living Will formPDF

Although West Virginia does not currently have a specific statute for a psychiatric advance directive, you can learn more about general advance directives for health care in West Virginia at the Caring Connections website.

 West Virginia Mental Health Resources -  Find helpful information at this website provided by the National Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 

If you know of any relevant current legislation, pending legislation, or general issues of interest relating to psychiatric advance directives in your state, click here to contact us.