The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities at Texas Tech University
Private Entity Partnerships
The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities (CRC) seeks support from private entity partnerships with a shared reputation and vision to enhance recovery for emerging adults in the Texas region.
The CRC continues to be on the cutting edge of collegiate recovery programming and is currently one of the largest student recovery communities in the nation. With the help of private sponsors, we can continue to grow and enhance our program extending student recovery support through their education saving and changing lives.
Texas Tech University's Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities and Aspire Recovery Centers of Texas (www.aspirearc.com) have entered into one of these innovative and mutually rewarding partnership.
This partnership is focused on collaboratively guiding newly sober individuals in the direction of success. Since 2008, Aspire Recovery Centers have been committed to assisting recovering individuals prepare for reentry to the college setting. We see this partnership as a joint effort to assist people in successful recovery long term.
How Can Aspire Help?
Aspire Recovery Centers of Texas and their Accredited Collegiate Extended Care programs are focused on providing the supports necessary for young people to successfully navigate the first year of recovery and eventually return to college. With multiple locations in Texas providing the highest quality Outpatient Treatment, Supportive Recovery Living, and Recovery Coaching individuals are able to use the first 6-12 months of recovery to build self-esteem, learn responsibility, develop a positive peer group, and begin the reentry process to college.
Although participation in Aspire Collegiate Extended Care is no guarantee of admission to Texas Tech University or The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities, there have been numerous dedicated hardworking Aspire Alumni graduate from Texas Tech University.