Serving the blind and visually impaired of Cabell and Wayne counties of West Virginia for four decades

Our response to covid-19

In response to the emerging Covid-19 crisis, Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind Services Division has decided to err on the side of caution. We will be closed from March 23 until April 13, 2020. This cancels all activities which were scheduled during this time. Our consumers who rely on us for transportation to and from work and medical appointments have been contacted. Alternate arrangements have been made. Please know that this was a difficult and prayerful decision, made with advice from professionals in the medical field and in cooperation with our Board President, Joann Richardson Wallace. Please be safe, be well, and be assured that we are anxious to once again serve our consumers, as soon as the threat from this virus has been contained.
Thank you
Toni I. Walls, COMS, CVRT
Executive Director


CWAB® was organized on October 9, 1975 when the charter was filed with the state of West Virginia by Charles Harris of Huntington, the founder of CWAB®.

The preamble to the bylaws reads in part, “We, the blind of Cabell and Wayne Counties, bind ourselves to the cause of exploring, expanding and exploiting our abilities as free and equal citizens .

We are the blind speaking for ourselves, relying upon each other for the accomplishment of those goals defined for ourselves by ourselves.”


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Cabell-Wayne Association of the Blind

We are praying for those who suffered in the Nashville area last night. We are thankful to know for certain that one of the spots we plan to visit in June was spared damage. Looking forward to more good news.Nashville was hit by a powerful storm overnight that resulted in a tornado ripping through the area. Many parts of the city sustained significant damage, and fatalities have been reported.

We are thankful that The Hermitage made it through unscathed. We will open at noon today.

Thank you to those who have reached out about our status. Please join us in thinking about and praying for all of our neighbors who were affected.
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We will soon have Peanut butter Easter Eggs Available!! $6 Each. Milk and Dark Chocolate. Get yourorders in today before they are gone!! Call 304-522-6991 or visit us at 38 Washington Avenue in Huntington!!
Eggs will be availabe after April 2, 2020.
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