About Us

History

The Home For Men is one of Wheeling’s “Best Kept Secrets” that provides a sense of comfort and security for men age 62 and older. The Home For Men is located at 1700 Warwood Avenue in Wheeling, West Virginia. It has been providing security and services for its residents for 87 years.

The home was originally created by a Wheeling banker and financier, Mr. John Brown, who felt that there was a need for a home for men over the age of 65. Today, we are a private foundation.

The Home

The Home For Men was completed in 1929 and today has 19 individual rooms, most with private baths. The Home provides a variety of amenities to its residents which include three (3) meals daily, daily and weekly housekeeping, laundry service, a weekly visit by a nurse, transportation to and from local doctor’s offices, shopping and outings, an on-site monthly barber, a podiatrist every six (6) weeks, cable TV and a host of organized activities.

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Becoming a Resident

To qualify as a resident you must be a male 62 years of age or older. You must be able to administer and be self-medicated and able to practice good personal hygiene. The Home is not an assisted living facility. The Home For Men is also a smoke-free facility.

Prospective residents can download an application packet.

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Transportation

The Home is within walking distance of churches, banks, drugstores and a shopping plaza.

Bus access is also available at our front door and parking is provided, adjacent to our facility,  for residents who drive.


Our Rooms

We have 24 rooms and suites on a two-building campus. Our room rates range from $625 to $875 a month, which include all of the above amenities listed.

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