Programs and Services

Substance Abuse and Violence Education Support (SAVES) offers programs and services to aid and educate the Radford University community in areas such as substance abuse, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking and bystander intervention.

Programs and Services

  • Confidential Services: Individual and group counseling, as well as advocacy services for concerns related to substance abuse, recovery, and/or sexual violence.
  • Sanctioned Services: Education and counseling for Radford University drug and alcohol policy violations.
  • LiveWell: LiveWell is an ongoing media campaign dedicated to fostering a healthy campus community by providing accurate information on health-related behaviors and encouraging healthy lifestyle choices.
  • Peer Health Educators: The Peer Health Educators (PHEs) are  a group of students dedicated to raising awareness about student health issues that sponsors campus-wide awareness events and educational programs. 
  • Recovery UnitedProviding a safe, comfortable environment for students in recovery to strive academically, attend to their emotional and physical well-being with trained professionals, and connect socially with other students in recovery and allies to students in recovery.
  • Educational Programming/Classroom Presentations: Programs available on topics of bystander intervention, sexual violence issues (consent, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking), and alcohol and other drug use. See below for descriptions of available programs and to request a program.