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Connection with support resources at WVU and across the state

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WVU Collegiate Recovery can connect students, faculty, and staff to a diverse support network at WVU and in the community.

Eating Disorder Awareness Resources

Support resources and information for the entire WVU community.

Treatment and Support Groups

Here you will find treatment and recovery options as well as support group information. There are various options and support groups listed. Please contact us with any questions that you may have.

Faculty and Staff Resources

Recovery support and resources for faculty and staff at WVU.

Family and Friends Resources

Support and connection for those impacted by addictive behaviors.

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Addiction is a complex disease – and West Virginia is ground zero of the national epidemic. With the highest drug overdose fatality rates in the country, the impact on our state, our communities and families and our future, is nearly incalculable, but hope remains.

Campus Naloxone Locations

Naloxone is a life-saving medication that can reverse an overdose from opioid, including heroin, fentanyl and prescription opioid medications, when given in time. The WVU Collegiate Recovery Program has installed 50 opioid overdose rescue kits, known as “Naloxboxes,” across campus. These kits contain two doses of naloxone and training materials instructing individuals how to administer the drug during an overdose.

WELL WVU - Fentanyl Test Strips

WELL WVU is currently able to provide WVU students with fentanyl test strips - no questions asked, no identifying information required, and no interaction with anyone during pick-up. If you would like to request fentanyl test strips, just complete this form.

WELL WVU - Responsible Gambling

WELL WVU has put together some useful information and tips to promote responsible gambling.

From the Problem Gambling Help Network of West Virginia

“Gambling is very common among college students. About 6% of students develop a gambling problem. Those in recovery from other addictions are at especially high risk. The Problem Gambling Help Network of West Virginia developed this video to highlight that sports betting isn’t all fun and games, and there is help if you cross the line into problematic gambling.” Watch Video