LIFT, Living Intentionally, Finding Togetherness, is Florida State University’s collegiate recovery program (CRP). The goal of LIFT is to help students interested in recovery and sober living thrive during their college experience, provide a place for accountability within a healthy community, and a place to socialize and develop friendships with like-minded students.
Who Can Participate?
Anyone who is looking to build a sober community is invited! CRPs are made up of students in recovery and students who want to participate in a supportive environment while remaining sober. All registered FSU students are welcomed.
Where is LIFT Located?
Our office is in the Health & Wellness Center on the 4th floor inside of the CHAW office. We are always looking for input from students to help us grow. Please feel free to reach out to us, we would love your support and ideas.
LIFT Recovery Interest Survey
We are looking for your feedback. We want information about what program components, social events, and academic supports we can provide you or those that you know interested in recovery.
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.
- No events scheduled
- "Recovery and Accountability: Students Living in Dedicated Recovery Housing"
- In honor of FSU's Recovery Week this spring, LIFT is hosting a discussion about sober housing with Michael McKeogh of the Oxford House.
- Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.
- Join us via Zoom (Meeting ID: 969 2536 2356)
LIFT All-Recovery Meeting
Every THURSDAY this spring at 6 PM
Zoom Meeting ID: 913 2032 2802
For all students interested in recovery and discussion of recovery with peers...this is open to those that subscribe to any of the existing pathways.
These meetings are currently offered via Zoom only and may change during the semester, depending on University health policy.