Collegiate Recovery Program
The NAU Live Free Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) supports lives of recovery. The program aims to:
- Promote academic success
- Create a thriving community of accountability and advocacy
- Offer opportunities for students to have fun in a sober environment and meet like-minded people
- Support and maintain wellness
What Live Free/Collegiate Recovery offers
- Community lounge for students in recovery and those supportive of recovery
- Space for support groups, study groups, and 12-step meetings
- Leadership, service and other professional development opportunities
- Alcohol and drug free social events and activities
- Referral network for treatment, recovery, and wellness programs
Weekly programming Accordion Closed
Meditation Monday: OPEN & FREE TO ALL
- Campus Recreation Wellness Suite (2nd Floor of Campus Rec)
- 5-6 PM
- Wear comfy clothes and come learn how to meditate.
Collegiate Recovery Program Drop-in hours
- Health & Learning Center (#25), CRP Lounge (Room 3107)
- 1-4 PM
Available support meetings Accordion Closed
All meetings are held in the CRP Lounge (HLC, Room 3107)
- Tuesdays from 4-5 PM
- All pathways are honored in this peer support group for students in recovery or considering recovery in any of its many forms. Allies are welcome to attend.
- Fridays from 2-3 PM
- A peer support group for students who have been affected by addiction or dysfunction in their families and close relationships.
- Meetings will take place on:
- Fridays from 12-1 PM
- Fridays from 7:30-8:30 PM
- Fellowship meeting (following the 12 steps) where students are able to share experiences, strength and hope with one another; main goal is to maintain sobriety and support one another in recovery.
- Mondays from 12-1 PM
- A self-empowering recovery support group where participants learn various strategies for self-directed change, sobriety, and wellness. All are welcome to attend.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or stop by the CRP Lounge (HLC, Room 3107)
Resources for recovery
Learn more about substance abuse and recovery Accordion Closed
Treatment/recovery communities Accordion Closed
CRP interest form
Support the CRP
The Collegiate Recovery Program is fully funded by donations and grants from supportive parties. In addition to financial support, we welcome all volunteer efforts, consultation, and collaboration with other interested individuals and organizations.
Please contact Lauren Timmermans if you are interested in supporting the CRP.