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Matt Boggs

Executive Director of Recovery Point West Virginia

Matt Boggs, is the Executive Director of Recovery Point West Virginia, the largest peer-driven recovery service provider in the state. He has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Marshall University and is also a Peer Recovery Support Specialist certified through the state of West Virginia. He is a proud graduate of Recovery Point Huntington, completing the program in 2012. Since that time, he has worked in various employment roles at Recovery Point, including Project Coordinator and Director of Development. In addition to his work, he serves on many committees throughout the state aimed at promoting prevention, treatment, and recovery including a founding member of the West Virginia Alliance of Recovery Residences (WVARR), serving on Governor Jim Justice’s transition team, and advisory member for the Cabell-Huntington Harm Reduction program. He is a powerful advocate for people with substance use disorders and uses his own story of recovery to inspire others. In his free time, Mr. Boggs volunteers with a local animal rescue, One by One Animal Advocates in Huntington, participates in the local recovery community, is a member of the Huntington Rotary Club, and lives with his wife, Megan in Huntington and are expecting their first child in December.

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