Florida State University’s Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) is here to help students in recovery thrive during their college experience. Our goal is to provide a place for accountability within a healthy community and a place to have fun, socialize, and develop friendships with like-minded students.
What Is A Collegiate Recovery Community?
- A safe haven for recovering students to escape the stress and pressures of campus life.
- A place for accountability within a clean and healthy community.
- A place to have fun, socialize, and develop friendships with like-minded students.
- An opportunity to continue your higher education while also enhancing your recovery program.
Why is being apart of A Collegiate Recovery Community Important?
- Studies have shown that Students who are part of active collegiate recovery programs have significantly less danger of substance use relapse than those who do not.
- Up to 95% of students who take an active part in leading or participating in a Collegiate Recovery Community go on to maintain their recovery while attending college or university.
Who Can Participate?
Anyone who is looking to build a sober community is invited! Collegiate Recovery programs are made up of students in recovery and students who want to participate in a fun, supportive environment while remaining sober. All registered FSU students and staff are welcome!
Where can you find FSU’s Collegiate Recovery Community?
Our office is located in the Health & Wellness Center on the 4th floor inside of the CHAW office. We are currently in the beginning stages of drafting this organization. Please feel free to reach out to us, we would love your support and ideas.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We would be delighted to speak with you and discuss getting involved with our growing community.