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The Carruth Center is open and we are seeing students in person and via telehealth. Students who access in-person care should expect questions related to COVID-19 and will be required to wear a mask. If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have recently been exposed to someone who tested positive, please call (304) 293-4431 before coming to the building. For information about services for students who are outside of WV or utilizing WVUonline, please see our COVID-19 updates page.

Services

our services

At the Carruth Center, we provide a variety of short-term counseling, psychological and outreach services. Please review our Orientation to Services for information regarding how to get set up with services.

Urgent/Crisis Clinic

The Urgent/Crisis Clinic provides in-person visits for students who are experiencing a psychological emergency without an appointment. 

Urgent/Crisis Clinic

Group Counseling

Group counseling offers students the opportunity to meet with other students experiencing similar concerns. 

Group Counseling

Relationship Counseling

Relationship counseling is offered only on a very limited basis at CCCPS. Both partners must be an enrolled WVU student to qualify for services. 

Short-Term Counseling 

Students have the opportunity to sit down with a counselor one-on-one to discuss their concerns in a private and confidential setting. 

Short-Term Counseling

Drug and Alcohol Counseling

The Student Assistance Program (SAP) offers a number of different counseling options for students seeking drug or alcohol counseling.  

Drug and Alcohol Counseling

Care Management

Not every student’s needs may be met through short-term counseling. Clinicians will work with students to identify providers in the area who meet their clinical needs and aid with the referral process.

Referrals and Care Management

Outreach Programs

CCCPS provides preventative skills building, psychoeducation about well-being. These services are sometimes offered off-site, enrollment in services is not required for participation.

Outreach Programs

update on services

Our services may change time from time, but this is the best place for updates on our services. We are currently seeing students in person and via telehealth. Students who access in-person care should expect questions related to COVID-19 and will be required to wear a mask. If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have recently been exposed to someone who tested positive, please call 304-293-4431 before coming to the building. 

Please understand we want to protect our ability to serve students in need of mental health resources and to do that, we must constantly evaluate the best practices for health care settings. Information about our response and care model for COVID-19 is updated frequently. 

getting started

Orientation to Services - Review our Orientation page for important information about our professional services including eligibility, policies, and what to expect from your visit to CCCPS. 
Initial Appointment - Students interested in counseling services will participate in an initial consultation session during their first visit. Call 304-293-4431 Monday-Friday; 9am-5pm or visit our scheduling page. to get started.   
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