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Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities│806.742.2891 

A community of support for students in recovery attending Texas Tech University. The CRC offers courses for academic credit, physical gathering space on campus, sober housing on campus, access to addiction & recovery professionals, resources for academic success, and much more. Students must apply to be part of the CRC.
Several 12-Step and support meetings are held in the CRC building that are open to students, faculty, staff, and community members struggling with addiction & recovery, regardless of CRC membership.

Student Counseling Center│806.742.3674│SWC 201

Free counseling for Texas Tech students: in-person alcohol assessments provided. To initiate services, students are encouraged to visit during walk-in hours, M-F 12:30-3:30. 

Raider Restart (BASICS)│806.742.2110│raiderrestart@ttu.edu

RISE offers individual and group coaching sessions for students on the topic of substance use. Raider Restart aims to help students learn skills to reduce the negative impacts of substance use through education and motivational interviewing techniques. 

Raider Ride│TapRide App│6pm-245am
  •  Free shuttle service if the starting or ending point of the trip is on campus
  • $5 shuttle service for any off-campus to off-campus trip
  • A valid student ID is required for entry on the 10-passenger vans for service
  • Download the TapRide app (Google Play, App Store) to request a trip
  • Services are available seven days a week, during the semester
Raider Assistance Program│806.743.2848│Student Health

RAP services are available for all Texas Tech students and include assessment, education, and treatment referrals to address concerns related to alcohol and other drugs. 

RISE Workshops & Interactive Tables│806.742.2110│rise@ttu.edu

The RISE Office offers a variety of presentations to address alcohol safety and related concerns for academic courses, departments, fraternities & sororities, and student organizations. Interactive resource tables are also available for events or programs. 

Local Lubbock Resources

DB Education│806.793.4522│jangelique99@hotmail.com

State certified courses for MIP, MIC, PI, DUI Minor and DWI Education classes. More information and links to register can be found on their site.

Stages of Recovery│806.412.4721│Lubbock Addiction Services

Sober living community focused on providing a peaceful and structured environment for residents recovering from alcohol, drugs, and other related behaviors. 

 Aspire Recovery│806.589.5911│Lubbock Aspire

Treatment programs for a wide array of substance use disorders including those related to alcohol, cannabis, stimulants, hallucinogens and opioids. Aspire also works with individuals struggling with process addictions, mental health disorders, and co-occuring trauma. 

 The Ranch at Dove Tree│866.572.6062│Calls taken 24/7

One of the nation's leaders in collegiate-focused addiction and behavioral health treatment, dedicated to providing recovery resiliency services. 

A New Day: Tobacco Cessation│806.725.0359

Part of the Covenant LifeStyle Centre, A New Day program combines nicotine replacement therapy and counseling, offering a strong opportunity to live a tobacco free life.

National Resources

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & AlcoholismAlcohol Treatment Navigator 
Texas Department of State Health ServicesYes Quit Program 
Center for Disease Control and PreventionQuit Smoking 

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