West Virginia Collegiate Recovery Network

                                       About Us

The West Virginia Collegiate Recovery Network is an innovative partnership, offering peer recovery support services on eight higher education campuses. This project is supported by federal State Opioid Response funding, which originates from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

The Alliance’s West Virginia Collegiate Recovery Network includes the following institutions: BridgeValley Community and Technical College, Bluefield State College, Concord University, Marshall University, Mountwest Community and Technical College, New River Community and Technical College, Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College, West Virginia Osteopathic School of Medicine, West Virginia State University, and West Virginia University Institute of Technology, working with the following behavioral health centers: FMRS Health Systems, Inc. Prestera, and Community Connections, Inc.

We encourage you to visit our new website that is regularly updated to reflect our most current work in the state at https://www.wvcollegiaterecovery.com/

This Collegiate Peer Recovery Network is a project of the Alliance for the Economic Development of Southern West Virginia (AEDSWV) and the Marshall University Center of Excellence for Recovery. The AEDSWV is a joint venture among West Virginia’s southern colleges and universities to better connect the educational resources and workforce training offered in southern West Virginia to promote the region, eliminate redundancies and share best practices, improve the quality of life for area residents, create jobs, keep West Virginia’s talent pool in the state and revitalize southern communities. The Marshall University Center of Excellence for Recovery addresses the systemic, complex issues related to behavioral health within the state of West Virginia. The Center strives to increase access to effective education; evidence-based prevention, early identification, treatment, and recovery services; and foster research on behavioral health well-being and recovery by establishing models for communities and states looking for evidence-based solutions.

To learn more about the AEDSWV visit https://www.marshall.edu/aedswv

To learn more about the Marshall University Center of Excellence for Recovery visit https://www.marshall.edu/coefr/