Collegiate Recovery Community
- Michigan State’s Collegiate Recovery Community
- Traveler’s Club
- From Addiction to Recovery
- Recovery Resources
- Campus Support
- Community Support
- Local Support Group Meetings
Michigan State University's Collegiate Recovery Community
The mission of MSU’s Collegiate Recovery Community is to create a safe and supportive campus community in which students in recovery from addiction can successfully achieve their academic, personal and professional goals.
Our services are designed to empower students to thrive in the fullness of the college experience, free from alcohol and other drugs.
The Collegiate Recovery Community provides:
- Support from staff and peers
- Campus and community information and referrals
- Individual relapse prevention planning
- Social events and community service opportunities
- Wellness and life skills workshops
- Awareness, education, and advocacy
- Daytime lounge space in Olin Health Center
We are dedicated to reaching every student who seeks our support. If you are in recovery or curious about recovery, please contact:
Emily Young, Collegiate Recovery Community Coordinator
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The Club proudly hosts:
- Social events
- Service Opportunities
- Peer Support
The Traveler’s Club meets weekly to plan events, socialize and support each other in recovery. We welcome the involvement of students or potential students in or contemplating recovery and their allies. For more information contact:
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From Addiction to Recovery
MSU’s CRC staff and students are available to present their personal experience with recovery from substance abuse disorders upon request. This candid interactive program explores the disease model of addiction and importance of accessible treatment, challenges and opportunities associated with being a student in recovery, and resources available to recovering students. Anonymous questions from the audience are collected by notecard and answered at the end of the program. This presentation does not require the use of any technological devices and length and content can be effectively altered to specific classroom or event needs.
Health & Wellness:
- Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Education Program
- Student Health Services
- Counseling Center
- Academic Support
Learning Resources Center
- Learning Resources Center
- MSU Office of Financial Aid
(small interest-free loans available)
- ASMSU Legal Services
- Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities
Drug and Alcohol Detoxification:
Local Support Group Meetings
Lansing Central Office (517)337.1444
AA meetings on or near campus:
- Sunday, 8:00pm at St Thomas Aquinas Church, 955 Alton Rd.
- Monday, 7:30pm at All Saints Episcopal Church, 800 Abbott Rd.
- Tuesday, 7:00pm at Edgewood United Church, 469 N. Hagadorn Rd.
- Wednesday, 8:00pm at MSU Engineering Building, Room 3400
- Thursday, 6:30pm at Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 1315 Abbott Rd.
- Friday, 9:30pm at Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 1315 Abbott Rd.
- Saturday, 10:00 am at Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 1315 Abbott Rd.
- Monday, 7:30pm at MSU Engineering Building, Room 1202
- The State News, 10/30/16: Hard drug cases on campus trending upward, still down from 2013 by Colton Wood
- Recovery Campus, 10/18/16: All About the Journey by Sonia Buchanan
- Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery, 10/7/2016: NRM: A Student in Recovery
- MSU Today, 4/20/2016: MSU substance use recovery program helps students cope with addiction by Brittanie Chludzinski
- Bridge Magazine, 9/28/15: Stone cold sober on game day? It really happens by Nancy Derringer and Ron French
For more information on recovery at MSU, please contact:
Collegiate Recovery Community Coordinator
Michigan State University
Student Health Services at Olin Health Center
463 E. Circle Drive, Room 371
East Lansing, MI 48824
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