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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      02-15-18 | By

      Blue Hens Break The Stigma – University Of Delaware

      Amidst the stark white antebellum columns and vivid green landscapes, the University of Delaware can be highly competitive. Coined a research University, the caliber of intellectual influence can be cutthroat. Residential and Greek life can serve as the heartbeat of social life for the “Fighting Blue Hens” to de-stress from a long week. Although the … Continued

      12-07-17 | By

      Spartan Recovery Program – UNCG

      For students who have retired from the party scene and have entered into a world of recovery, college can be difficult to navigate. College can be a pivotal time in one’s life. For many, it can be the focal point for teenagers and young adults to transition to adulthood. Partying, Football, and Greek-life is what … Continued

      06-12-17 | By

      St. Cloud State’s Recovery Community: Redefining the College Experience

      Partying and heavy drinking are perceived as normal on many college campuses, but how much of college is really a party? “There’s a subculture associated with college,” according to Thaddeus “Teddy” Rybka, the Recovery Community Coordinator at St. Cloud State University (SCSU). “People think it’s ‘a rite of passage,’ or ‘all my friends are doing … Continued

      06-08-17 | By

      4 Things You Learn Being Sober in College

      Believe it or not, school isn’t just about learning a bunch of facts, taking tests and then doing it over again. College teaches you more about who you are, what you want and who you want to become more than any other time in your life. And if you’re not drinking during this time, you’ll definitely … Continued

      05-05-17 | By

      The Family of Recovering Students at Mississippi State University

      A family is defined as a group of people affiliated either by consanguinity, affinity, co-residence, or a combination of the above. The Collegiate Recovery Community at Mississippi State University is a family. The entire town of Starkville is that way. Strangers will often happen upon the college town by mistake and wake up ten years … Continued