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The Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery

Collegiate Recovery

The Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery is commited to achieving six primary goals:

  • Creation of a Collegiate Recovery Community that encourages quality long-term addictive disorder recovery.
  • Development of resiliency in recovering students.
  • Provision of a quality education, including the area of the disease of addiction and the hope of recovery.
  • Service within the university, local, state, and national communities.
  • Continuing to be a model for other colleges and universities to follow in order to create similar programs.
  • Researching recovery trends that provide hope from an individual, familial, and social perspective.