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University of Oregon

University of Oregon

Established:

2012

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Program Contact:

Al Siebel

(541) 346-3227

recovery@uoregon.edu

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Additional Information About University of Oregon

The Collegiate Recovery Center at the University of Oregon provides an affirming environment in which recovering students can successfully pursue academic, personal, and professional goals for the purpose of enriching their quality of life and becoming vibrant leaders of our community.

The Collegiate Recovery Center is open to all students in or starting recovery that are actively pursuing higher education at the University of Oregon. You do not need to be a member to access the majority of CRC services. However, students do need to apply for membership if they wish to have a 24/7 access code to the office.The Collegiate Recovery Center at the University of Oregon provides an affirming environment in which recovering students can successfully pursue academic, personal, and professional goals for the purpose of enriching their quality of life and becoming vibrant leaders of our community.

 

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