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How can students who are in recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction, eating disorders, self-harm, or traumatic experiences, who are interested in recovery, or want to support someone in recovery become involved in a thriving community? Join Recovery Rising, ASU’s Collegiate Recovery Program!
As we continue to support our Collegiate Recovery community, Recovery Rising is encouraging students to explore virtual options in their community to where students can attend virtual recovery meetings. Participation in campus supported events are open to all students and alumni in recovery. Below are the days/times for the scheduled meetings that will be occurring until further notice:
To access each of the upcoming recovery meetings please contact Recovery Rising for opportunities to join these virtual meetings.
Explore the ASU Tempe campus and learn how ASU supports students in recovery. By experiencing a self-guided, relaxing stroll, determine where services are provided and find places to meditate, connect and recharge.
ASU students, with family and friends wearing face coverings or joining you virtually, complete the One More Step Recovery Walk during virtual ASU Family Weekend, November 6 – 7, 2020. To receive Recovery Rising promotional items for completing the walk, email Brenda.M.Young@asu.edu.
As we continue to support our Collegiate Recovery community, Recovery Rising is encouraging students to explore virtual options for meetings in their area.To access each of the upcoming Collegiate All-Recovery meetings please contact Recovery Rising for opportunities to join virtual meetings.
We thank the Arizona Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) for their continued support for Recovery Rising. To find substance abuse treatment and providers in your area, please access the ASU Community Link or Substanceabuse.az.gov.