Legal Aid of West Virginia is a nonprofit organization that offers free legal services to individuals in need. With 12 offices statewide, they provide services in all 55 of the West Virginia counties. Legal Aid of WV’s work focuses on three broad program areas: legal services, behavioral health advocacy, and long-term care ombudsman. Attorneys at Legal Aid of WV handle legal cases that help protect citizens access to basic needs such as safety, food, shelter, healthcare, education and more. Legal Aid of WV provides free information, advice and representation on civil legal issues, including assistance with the Expungement procedure in West Virginia, eligibility, convictions that cannot be expunged, filing procedure and cost and more. Advocates also assist West Virginians living with mental and behavioral health disorders by promoting community support and preserving access to services, which allows people to meet their challenges with dignity and hope. Contact Legal Aid of West Virginia directly for more information on their programs and services.