Missouri State University's Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) is a program dedicated to assisting students as they live a life in recovery. The CRP provides students with support group meetings, alternative sober activities, service work/community engagement, and a positive presence on the university campus as well as a safe and nonjudgmental community. The CRP also has a designated lounge located on campus in Carrington Hall Room 315 that is available to students.
What the CRP provides:
- Peer to peer support
- On campus support group meetings
- Designated CRP lounge on campus, Carrington Room 315
- Connecting students who are choosing to live a life free from substance use
- Share support and accountability with other recovering students
- Learn and grow through leadership and service opportunities
- Alcohol-and drug-free social gatherings and events
- Monthly wellness workshops (coming soon)
When does the CRP meet?
- Weekly support group meetings take place in the CRP lounge throughout the week. See the meetings tab for an up-to-date meeting schedule.
- The CRP lounge is open Monday-Friday from 8-5 pm. Stop by for coffee, watch some TV, or do some studying between classes.
- This group is for any college student who is in recovery, may be new to recovery or contemplating recovery and those who support recovery. Come meet others who are alcohol and drug free.
- CRP Recovery Run 5k September 2017
For more information, sponsorship, or to volunteer, please email email@example.com