Giving people with disabilities more independence and financial security.
The West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office administers WVABLE, a program designed to give people with disabilities more independence and financial security.
WVABLE is made possible by the Achieving a Better Life Experience in West Virginia Act, also known as the West Virginia ABLE Act. The program allows individuals with disabilities the ability to save and invest up to $15,000 per year without losing eligibility for public benefit programs such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Individuals who developed a disability before the age of 26 may be eligible to open an account.
If you have questions please contact us at WVABLE@wvsto.com or 304-340-5050.