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University of Colorado at Boulder

University of Colorado at Boulder





Program Contact:

Sam Randall

(303) 492-9642


Additional Information About University of Colorado at Boulder

At the University of Colorado at Boulder collegiate recovery center (CUCRC), the university supports people in recovery from substance use disorders by promoting a community of peers to support each other through the trials and tribulations of recovery on the university campus.  It welcomes those who choose to practice abstinence-based recovery and allies who support the recovery community.

It offers the support of a like-minded community to those in recovery from substance use issues.

The CUCRC provides a safe space for the sober community to thrive. It offers this safe space for members and friends to come and eat lunch, hang out or study. The CRC host’s over 50 activities each month, where members can connect and support each other.

The university offers a housing option for those that wish to live on campus in recovery. It is called their CORE housing. To live there you must first apply.

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