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Collegiate Recovery Community
The Central Piedmont Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) exists to provide regular opportunities for students in recovery from addictions to engage in sober activities and support meetings and to provide opportunities for fellowship, encouragement, and spiritual growth. We seek to help recovering students manage the stress of college, maintain their sobriety, and be successful in their academic pursuits. We also seek to be a resource to the general student body by offering opportunities to discuss matters related to substance abuse and recovery from addictions and alcoholism and by providing resources in the form of outside speakers, videos, books, and articles, all for students' benefit and consideration.
The Collegiate Recovery Community has its own dedicated room on Central Campus in Worrell 1130. This space is available to Collegiate Recovery Community members for study, relaxation, and fellowship.
The Collegiate Recovery Community Club meets regularly to plan club activities. Club meetings are held every Tuesday from 11 a.m. —12 p.m. in the Collegiate Recovery Community room.
In addition, the Collegiate Recovery Community hosts 12-step support group meetings in the Collegiate Recovery Community room. Support group meetings for the current semester are held each week on the following days and times:
- Monday, 11 a.m. — 12 a.m.
- Tuesday, 4:30 — 5:30 p.m.
- Wednesday and Thursday, 1 — 2 p.m.
- Friday, 12 — 1 p.m.
For more information on the Central Piedmont Collegiate Recovery Community, contact DeAn White, Collegiate Recovery Community Faculty Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704.330.6749 or Jeff King at email@example.com. Visit the following websites for more information on the national collegiate recovery movement: