Supporting Students in Recovery Since 2014
The Collegiate Recovery Community at the University of Delaware provides support for students in recovery from alcohol or drug use, eating disorders, gaming, gambling, mental health struggles, etc… We welcome you at any point in your recovery journey!
We have lots of opportunities for you to engage with our CRC! Check out our weekly calendar on the right for more info!
Recovery from drug and alcohol use is a voluntary commitment to a sober lifestyle. A person in long term recovery is actively engaged in activities that promote sobriety and overall wellness.
If you would like to be contacted regarding recovery support, please completed this form: https://forms.gle/vre2GcWuRyrAcnyb8
For more information about Student Wellness & Health Promotion at UD, visit our department home page
SMART Recovery is offered every Monday from 2-3pm at Warner Hall, Room 301. For more info on SMART Recovery, check out the info on the SMART Recovery page on this site!
We offer our weekly CRC meetings on Tuesdays from 1-3pm at Warner Hall, room 301. This is our space to check in with each other and talk about how our week is going.
Drop in hours are Wednesday from 9am-12noon at Warner Hall, room 311!! This is an opportunity to check in with a CRC staff member and talk more privately or just stop in and say hi! If the staff member is in with someone, you may have a brief wait.
All Recovery Meetings are held on Thursday nights from 7-9pm. All Recovery Meetings support students in recovery from any number of things including drug or alcohol use, eating disorders, gambling, etc… The meeting location may change from week to week so email Jess at Jestok@udel.edu for more info!