Substance Use

W.Va. Overdose Rates Rise While National Rates Fall

The severity of West Virginia’s high overdose mortality rate qualifies the state for more federal funding to fight the opioid crisis.

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More Than $45 Million Available For W.Va. For Opioid Recovery Efforts

West Virginia can apply for more than $45 million to address the overdose crisis in 2024.

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Health Care Providers Expand Substance Use Disorder Resources For Veterans

As fentanyl overdose deaths rise nationally, West Virginia health care providers are looking for new ways to support veterans struggling with substance use disorder or mental health issues.

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