Texas Tech University

Alcohol and Drug Resources

On Campus Resources:

Raider Assistance Program (RAP), Student Health Services, 806.743.2848, Misty Ramon, LPC
Safe and confidential assessment, education, and treatment referral.

The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities, 806.742.2891, depts.ttu.edu/hs/csa/
Program that assists students in recovery to flourish through accountability and support. Hosts daily 12-step meetings.

Safe Ride, TapRide App, Every day 6:30 p.m. – 2:45 a.m.
Free transportation to or from anywhere within the Lubbock City Limits when your destination starts or end at Tech. TTU ID required.

Risk Intervention and Safety Education (RISE), Drane 247, 806.742.2110, rise.ttu.edu
Provides Alcohol & Drug workshops and interactive programing for academic classes, student groups, organizations, residence halls and individuals

eCHECKUP To Go, rise.ttu.edu
Online, personalized assessment tools for alcohol or marijuana use. Free, anonymous, evidence-based results.

Raider Restart (Basics), rise.ttu.edu
One-on-one conversations to help students learn skills to reduce the negative impacts of substance use.

Off Campus Resources: 

Stages of Recovery, lubbockaddictionservices.com/about-stages-of-recovery
Promotes a foundation of recovery by providing an environment that fosters safety, accountability, community and trust.

Aspire Addiction Recovery Center, aspirearc.com
Affordable individualized, best practice, drug treatment program guided in the principles of 12-step recovery

Tobacco Cessation Program: A New Day, Covenant Health – 3615 19th St., 806.725.0359
Combination nicotine replacement therapy and counseling program

Alcoholics Anonymous, aa.org, Lubbock 24 hr Hotline: 806.741.8780
Nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, and apolitical international fellowship

The Ranch at Dove Tree, ranchatdovetree.com
Collegiate-focused addiction and behavioral health comprehensive treatment and recovery

Student Health Services