Collegiate Recovery: Recovery Support & The Continuum of Care on Campus
Health and Human Services
Substance Use Disorders
About This Webinar
Collegiate Recovery Programs (CRPs) are designed to provide recovery support services within the college environment to allow students in recovery the opportunity for an authentic college experience. The mission of Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) is to empower CRPs and CRP professionals to support students in recovery through our strategic approaches: Develop and Sustain, Connect and Collaborate, Educate and Advocate.
This one-hour webinar provides an overview and history of collegiate recovery programs and collegiate recovery communities. In addition, this webinar helps providers understand how CRPs play a critical role in a comprehensive continuum of care for recovery-oriented substance use disorder (SUD) services. The webinar also provides a summary of research outcomes and suggested standards supported by ARHE.
Provide an overview of SUD recovery generally, and specifically for college students.
Describe the purpose and mission of collegiate recovery programs (CRPs) and the Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) as solution-based resources.
Describe how collegiate recovery programs fit within the continuum of care for recovery-oriented SUD services.
Provide a primer on collegiate recovery program basics.
Impart research outcomes and rationale for increasing recovery support within the context of higher education.
Tracy Mullins M.Ed.
Curriculum Designer, Relias
Amy Austin MSS
President, Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE)