SMART Recovery has arrived at UD! There is a new SMART Recovery meeting on Thursday mornings from 10-11am (currently through Zoom) that is open to all students. If you are interested in learning more about SMART Recovery, learn more here: Smart-Recovery_NEW_What-makes-us-different_V2. If you are interested in attending the meeting, just request the link at Jestok@udel.edu. Hope to see you there!
The CRC at UD acknowledges that in this unprecedented time, connection to others is more important than ever. Connecting with others also looks different from our typical experience right now! Although we are unable to meet in person in support of physical distancing recommendations, we continue to meet remotely every Tuesday from 1-3pm. We also have a Thursday evening meeting from 6-8pm. If you would like the meeting ID and password, please email Jessica at Jestok@udel.edu. We are looking forward to when we can meet together in person safely!! These meetings are open to any University of Delaware student who is seeking support around recovery efforts (substance related or otherwise) as well as students who are impacted by the addiction of a close friend or family member. If you would like more information, or have any questions, please email Jessica at Jestok@udel.edu
If you would like to be contacted regarding recovery support, please completed this form: https://forms.gle/vre2GcWuRyrAcnyb8
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.
Our Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) is designed to be community based and student oriented with the goal to provide a resource for college students who are actively working to protect their sobriety and a resource for students who have been impacted by the addiction of a close friend or family member. We assist students in developing or sustaining a foundation for long term and sustained recovery by providing a safe and confidential environment to discuss topics and ideas supportive of recovery. Establishing appropriate support for one’s recovery efforts is essential for academic success. We are not treatment based or counseling based. These services are available locally and we are able to provide referrals and recommendations as needed. We also welcome students in recovery from other struggles including eating disorders, gambling, etc…
Our CRC promotes activities that are supportive of one’s recovery by partnering with other organizations on campus. The CRC also plans events and activities focused on and supportive of recovery.
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