6th National Collegiate Recovery Conference

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Start Date - End Date

May 27, 2015 - May 29, 2015

Event Location

University of Nevada, Reno
1664 N. Virginia St
Reno, NV 89557
United States

Organizer

Association of Recovery in Higher Education

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6th National Collegiate Recovery Conference

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 – Friday, May 29, 2015

University of Nevada, Reno – Joe Crowley Student Union

œEmbracing the Future Together

 

Conference Purpose/Goal


The Association of Recovery in Higher Education’s 6th National Collegiate Recovery Conference is designed to facilitate a greater understanding about Collegiate Recovery Communities and Programs and their essential role in colleges and universities across the nation. It will provide an opportunity for CRC and CRP staff and students to connect, network with one another and gain knowledge pertinent to establishing and maintaining strong recovery activities and programs for students and allies.  In addition, clinicians and families/significant others will learn how to develop communities, provide support, assist in research, or advocate for recovery and collegiate recovery communities.

 

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University of Nevada, Reno
Joe Crowley Student Union
1664 N. Virginia St
Reno, NV 89557

Evaluations


Thank you to all that attended and supported the 6th National Collegiate Recovery Conference. Below is the link to the online evaluation. If you could spare 1-2 minutes of your time, we would greatly appreciate your feedback regarding the conference as well as any suggestions for future conferences.

Online Evaluation: www.surveymonkey.com/r/ARHEConference

Contact


Please contact us at arheconference@casat.org or (775) 682-8545 should you have any questions or concerns regarding the 6th National Collegiate Recovery Conference.

 

 The 6th Annual ARHE Collegiate Recovery Conference: Embracing the Future Together is managed by NRAP (Nevada’s Recovery and Prevention Community) and CASAT (Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technology)