WVU Collegiate Recovery will be offering a combination of virtual and in-person programming for the Fall 2020 semester. Serenity Place will be open for in-person programming on MWF (11am to 2pm). Virtual Serenity Place will be open M-F 9am-4pm and is accessible through Zoom at, https://wvu.zoom.us/j/94312387819 . To get the password, just reach out to
Olivia Pape. You can use the link to attend our programs or just drop in! Take
a look at our programming for an updated schedule and resources. Anyone in the
recovery community is welcome to join. If you have any questions or concerns, please
reach out to us! Stay safe and healthy!
Online Support Resources
The WVU Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) supports students in recovery by promoting a healthy, balanced, and meaningful life on campus. Through activities centered around health, wellness, adventure, community, service, and fun, the WVU CRP's goal is to provide the support and resources necessary for students to thrive in their recovery and develop meaning and purpose as they move forward in life.
Joey Ferguson spoke to 7,000 high school students about collegiate recovery at the WV Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness, hosted by the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and others. *For those of you accessing this via desktop/laptop, hold the 'ctrl' button down while you click the yellow underlined font to be redirected to our Facebook page where you can view a snippet of Joey Ferguson's speech