At the Carruth Center, we support your mental health and well-being through a variety of resources and services.
We’ve assembled a variety of resources, both on campus and in Morgantown, as well as online resources and self-care tips to help address common student concerns.Resources for Students
WVU students, faculty and staff have free access to Kognito, an online training program that teaches skills for communicating with others about mental health concerns and motivating them to seek help when needed.Access Kognito Training
Talkspace is an online therapy service that connects users to a dedicated therapist from a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform. Talkspace is available at no cost to all WVU students.Get Started with Talkspace
If you are concerned or feeling anxious due to the recent Supreme Court ruling, the Carruth Center is available to provide you with support 24/7. Call 304-293-4431; after hours, call 304-293-4431 and press 1.
We strive to create a safe, diverse and inclusive environment, as well as a confidential space where students may seek support and process their reactions. Please note that your reactions are valid, and they matter to us. If you would like to connect with a counselor, we are here for you!
Every Monday, Let's Chat provides easy access to informal, drop-in consultation with counselors from Carruth. Meetings are free, one-time and no longer than 20 minutes.See Let's Chat Schedule
Health and Education Building
390 Birch Street
P.O. Box 6422 Morgantown, WV 26506
The Carruth Center offers three additional locations on the Morgantown campus that provide counseling services to HSC students, Law School students and student athletes.
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