WV PEERS—a collaborative program between WVU and several community partners—uses peer recovery coaches to increase access to treatment for people who have substance use disorder.

Addiction: A Path Forward

Our researchers, along with several community partners, have developed a collaborative program to connect individuals who have substance use disorder with peer recovery coaches who can get them the help they need, where and when they need it.

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Our faculty and students study a wide range of topics affecting population health. Specialty areas include diabetes self-management, occupational injuries, racial disparities, health effects of air pollution, mindfulness, childhood obesity, tobacco disparities, self-injury mortality, substance abuse and more.

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