Collegiate Recovery Communities

 

Collegiate Recovery CommunitiesCollegiate Recovery Communities (CRCs) are alive and kicking up their heels at the following college campuses. Didn’t think there was much fun to be had in recovery? Simply surround yourself with fellow sober fun-seekers and you will be amazed before you are halfway through. If you are at a point in life to get the grey matter moving again, check out the schools below. Give a call, plan a visit, and immerse yourself in education and recovery. Let the future begin again.

Augsburg College
The StepUP Program
Minneapolis, MN
612-330-1405; stepup@augsburg.edu

The College of St. Scholastica
CLEAN Recovery Services
St. Paul, MN and Duluth, MN
218-723-6527;  clean@css.edu

Colorado University – Boulder
Boulder, CO
Recovery Center
303-492-9642; cucrc@colorado.edu

Emory University
ReStart Program
Atlanta, GA
Willie Bannister: 404-727-0395,
wbannis@emory.edu

Fairfield University
Fairfield, Connecticut
Life at Fairfield
203-254-4000 ext. 2146

George Washington University
Students For Recovery
Washington, DC
202-994-2599; gwsfr@gwu.edu

Georgia Southern University
Center for Addiction Recovery
Statesboro, Georgia
912-478-2228; cfar@georgiasouthern.edu

Kennesaw State University
Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery
Kennesaw, Georgia
678-797-2538; recovery@kennesaw.edu

Mississippi State University
Starksville, MS
Collegiate Recovery Community
662-325-2090; msucrc@msstate.edu

Ohio State University
Columbus, OH
Collegiate Recovery Community
614-292-2094; recovery@osu.edu

Ohio University
Recovery to Inspire, Share and Empower
Athens, Ohio
R.I.S.E.
740-593-4749; crc@ohio.edu

Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR
Collegiate Recovery Community
541-737-9355

Penn State University
University Park, Pennsylvania
Collegiate Recovery Community
814-863-0140; pennstatecrc@gmail.com

 

 

Rutgers University
Alcohol & Other Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
Several New Jersey locations
848-932-7884; Lisa Laitman llaitman@rci.rutgers.edu

Southern Oregon University
Ashland, Oregon
Collegiate Recovery Community
541-552-6813;
Victor Chang: changv@sou.edu

St. Cloud State University
St. Cloud, MN
Collegiate Recovery Community
320-308-2166; reslife@stcloudstate.edu

Texas Tech University
The Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery
Lubbock, Texas
Collegiate Recovery Community
806-742-2891

Tulsa Community College
The Center for Addiction Prevention & Recovery (Scholarships Available)
Collegiate Recovery Community
918-595-7464; Dr. Sharolyn Wallace: swallace@tulsacc.edu

University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Collegiate Recovery Community
205-348-0945; shcrecovery@ua.edu

University of California
at Riverside: The Healing Highlanders, 951-827-4252; Audrey Pusey: audrey.pusey@ucr.ed;
at Santa Barbara,
Angie Bryan: 805-893-7353; bryan-a@sa.ucsb.edu

University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
Collegiate Recovery Community
352-392-1575; cwc-recovery@ufl.edu

University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia
Collegiate Recovery Community
706-542-0285; crc@uhs.uga.edu

University of Houston
Houston, TX
Cougars in Recovery
Barbara Dwyer: 713-743-6143; bedwyer@central.uh.edu

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Collegiate Recovery Community
743-763-3933; collegiate.recovery.program@
umich.edu

University of Mississippi
Oxford, MS
Collegiate Recovery Community
662-915-6543; recovery@olemiss.edu

University of Nebraska – Omaha
Omaha, NE
UNO-Recovery Community
402.554.4488

University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, 919-962-9355; carolinarecovery@unc.edu
at Charlotte, 704‑687‑7407, 704‑687‑7414;
soon to arrive at Greensboro
at Wilmington,
910-962-4136

University of Oregon
Eugene, OR
Recovery Center
541-346-6079; recovery@uoregon.edu

University of Nevada – Reno
NRAP
mshadley@casat.org

University of North Texas
Denton, TX
Collegiate Recovery Program
940-369-5358; recovery@unt.edu

University of Texas
at Austin, Sierra Castedo, 512-475-8352,
scastedo@austin.utexas.edu;
at Dallas, 469-828-1938, recovery@utdallas.edu;
at San Antonio, 210-458-8317

University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont
Recovery Program
802-656-0236; recovery@uvm.edu

Vanderbilt University
Recovery Support
Nashville, Tennessee
615-343-8772; recovering@vanderbilt.edu

Virginia Commonwealth University
Rams in Recovery
Richmond, VA
804-828-2086; recovery@vcu.edu

 

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