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College Students


The West Virginia Collegiate Recovery Network (WVCRN) is a resource for information, training, and technical assistance for any West Virginia college or university that wants to create a recovery community. Through support, education and campus advocacy, we aim to create an inclusive environment and supportive community to help students, faculty and staff thrive. We offer community support services available to community residents, students, faculty, staff, friends and family members. If you have any questions please contact the Peer Recovery Support Specialist in your area.

Support Services Offered:

  • Weekly Individual & Group Peer Support Services

    • Ally Training

    • Naloxone Training

    • Mindfulness & Meditation

    • SMART Recovery

    • SMART Recovery for Friends and Family

    • Depression and Bipolar Support

    • All Recovery Meetings

    • And more!

Be the One:

The West Virginia Collegiate Recovery Network, Marshall University, and the West Virginia Drug Intervention Institute (WV DII) have launched a new overdose prevention initiative on West Virginia’s college and university campuses entitled, “Be The One.”

Special Events and Programming:

We offer events and programming on all of our participating institutions and within the surrounding communities.

Recovery Matters Interview Series:
The Recovery Matters Series aims to spotlight passionate recovery experts who are doing great work in their communities. These individuals share their work in the area of prevention, intervention, and recovery support services for our West Virginians, their families, and communities. All interviews will go LIVE on our Facebook page @CRNWV at noon

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