Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities at Texas Tech University
Providing the Outside World with Empowerment and Resources (POWER)
In December 2015, The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities (CCRC) established a new organization named, Providing the Outside World with Empowerment and Resources, also known as POWER. A CCRC Staff Member, Anna Trevino, is the advisor for the POWER student organization that consists of Texas Tech University students, members of the Collegiate Recovery Community and members of the Lubbock Community. POWER members believe in and are taking action to fulfill the mission and vision of POWER.
POWER's mission is to provide a foundation and a voice for underrepresented individuals in recovery by delivering positive end results through opportunities for success. The vision for POWER is to instill hope for a promising future.
In order to fulfill this mission and vision, POWER conducts outreach to underrepresented persons who are in recovery or seeking recovery from substance use disorders, process addictions or eating disorders by offering the following services:
- Career Counseling & Academic Advising
- CCRC / TTU / FAFSA / Scholarship Application Assistance
- Presenting the CCRC program to underrepresented populations at specific locations in Lubbock County, the surrounding areas, and at agencies and programs across Texas
For more information, please contact Anna Trevino at email@example.com or (806)-834-7793.
Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities
AddressTexas Tech University, Box 41160, Lubbock, TX 79409-1160