West Virginia Collegiate Recovery Network is an innovative partnership, offering peer recovery support services on seven higher education campuses. Helping students that identify as being in recovery build a support network and build a recovery community.
This project is supported by federal State Opioid Response funding, which originates from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
The Collegiate Recovery Coach on campus will assist students that identify as being in recovery, build a support system, connect students to recovery services and provide peer to peer services. Assist in building a recovery community on campus, Create a recovery ally program.
For more information, contact Concord University’s Recovery Coach Brandon Whitehouse via email or at 304-800-7945.
Established in Fall 2021, this club is open to all students (graduate and undergraduate)
CUPRO 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.
Our 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.
This organization recognizes that substance use and other addictive behaviors impact the entire family. We strive to offer support for students who have been affected by addiction in their family system.
The CU Prevention & Recovery Organization stayed busy during the Fall 2021 semester at Concord University. A range of in-person and virtual CUPRO events were offered to students and community members to help promote prevention and recovery efforts.