West Virginia Addresses and Contacts: What you need to know

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WorkForce West Virginia
Economic and Labor Market Information
112 California Avenue
Charleston, WV 25305
Department of Commerce
Division of Labor
State Capitol Complex, Building 6, Room 749 B
Charleston, WV 25305
West Virginia Human Rights Commission
1321 Plaza East, Room 108 A
Charleston, WV 25301-1400
888-676-5546 (toll-free in-state)
WorkForce West Virginia
Dislocated Worker Services Unit
112 California Avenue
Charleston, WV 25305
304-253-3772 (miners)
WorkForce West Virginia
Unemployment Compensation Division
112 California Avenue
Charleston, WV 25330
Department of Commerce
Division of Labor
Wage and Hour Program
State Capitol Complex Building 6, Room 749 B
Charleston, WV 25305
State Tax Department
Taxpayer Services Division
Withholding Tax and Revenue Unit
P.O. Box 3784
Charleston, WV 25326-3784
800-982-8297 (toll-free in-state)
West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner
P.O. Box 50540
Charleston, WV 25305-0540
Last reviewed June 2015.

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