Collegiate Recovery Program
If you are a student in recovery and want to make friends and engage in sober events, join the University of Denver Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP). As DU strives to promote inclusive and academic excellence, the CRC will continue to do its part by contributing comprehensive services to students in recovery.
- Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) meetings
- one-on-one recovery coaching meetings
- 24/7 access to the Center for Collegiate Recovery (CCR)
The DU CR offers alcohol and drug-free social events, support meetings, peer ambassadors, and educational seminars and scholarships. We work to foster a supportive environment within the campus culture that reinforces the decision to pursue sobriety. It is designed to provide academic excellence alongside recovery support to ensure that students do not have to sacrifice one for the other.
For more information about joining the CRP and how to attend all recovery meetings, contact 303-871-3699 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer a variety of options for recovery support, including:
- Recovery coaching and mentoring
- Twelve-step program meetings*
- Collegiate and community recovery meetings
- Community resources
- On-campus Recovery Cottage and Recovery Housing
- Recovery-based trainings and presentations
- Recovery funds
- Mindfulness meditation
- Recovery yoga
*Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon fellowships use the Collegiate Recovery Center as a meeting space. AA meetings are on Tuesdays at noon; Al-Anon meetings are on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Both are one hour in length.
CRP Signature Events
The DU CRP facilitates numerous events for members, including:
- Ski trips
- Spring Break trips
- Sober tailgates
- Recovery milestone celebrations
- Community garden
- Study abroad
- Outdoor adventure
- National Recovery Day
- Recovery Month
- CRC Graduation Celebration
Join the CRP
The DU CRC is a peer-driven community of support for students in recovery from substance use disorders. The community seeks to support and protect students' long-term recovery through programming focused on peer support, recovery coaching, academic guidance, health and wellness activities, leadership development, and service opportunities.
The CRC accepts and encourages open participation from all DU students, staff, and alumni. To receive recovery support services, the following requirements must be met:
- Be an actively enrolled student in good standing at the University of Denver
- Be committed to abstaining from alcohol and illegal drugs
- Have at least 48 hours of abstinence from alcohol and illegal drugs
- 24-hour access to the on-campus Center for Collegiate Recovery (CCR) for studying and socializing
- Access to recovery coaching, peer support, and recovery meetings
- You may qualify for priority registration
- Opportunity to participate in recovery-focused therapy groups (e.g., relapse-prevention), train-the-trainer, and service work
- Eligibility for scholarships
- Eligibility for on-campus recovery housing
Weekly Meeting Schedule
Collegiate Recovery Community Meetings
Contact email@example.com or call 303-871-3699 for meeting location, times, and Zoom links for hybrid meetings.
Students for Recovery (SFR) Student Organization Meeting
- Call 303-871-3699 for meeting dates and times.
Recovery Milestone Celebration
- Last Friday of each month