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HERBan Developments:                  420 Q&A Panel

Join us for our first ever cannabis Q&A panel event on April 16th from 7-8:30pm at the Gluck Theater.
This event will be a safe place for WVU students and community members to learn about and discuss the current state of cannabis in its many forms, including both the benefits and the risks of personal use  and legalization.

A panel of experts will discuss research efforts, legal and legislative issues, agricultural impacts, substance misuse issues, and answer anonymously submitted questions from audience members. All are encouraged to attend with an open mind, no matter their personal preferences or opinion.

Panel members will include representatives from the WV House of Delegates, the Carruth Center, Appalachian Cannabis, the WV Farmers Cooperative, and The Kinsey Lab.

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The Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services provides a variety of counseling and psychiatry services.

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Student Health Services

Offering primary care appointments, acute walk-in care with x-rays and lab, and travel counseling for study abroad and vacation

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The leadWELL is a peer mentor training program that teaches students to promote healthy behaviors through effective conversations with fellow students.

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The liveWELL program provides a valuable opportunity for students to know more about different wellness topics including alcohol, sexual health, healthy relationships, stress, nutrition, sleep, fitness and more. 

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Alcohol & Drug Education

WELLWVU AOD Programs aim to increase students’ knowledge of protective factors to keep them safe while drinking & decrease the negative consequences associated with alcohol misuse.

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