This year, the Conference Planning Committee has added a theme to our conference:

Evolving Recovery: Expanding the Spectrum of Care

13th Annual Collegiate Recovery Conference

21st Annual Recovery Schools Conference

Annual Alternative Peer Groups Conference

COVID Protocols Update:

ARHE Staff continue to monitor the COVID-19 Pandemic closely, especially as it relates to the conference and any other events. At this time, we are updating our COVID-19 protocols. While we will not require attendees to wear a mask, we strongly encourage everyone to keep in mind the most vulnerable folks in our population and to respect the choices of one another. We urge you to practice safety at all times and to respect the boundaries of your peers. Please continue to check the event website and your email for updates.

For any questions about the 2022 ARHE/ARS/AAPG Annual Conference,  please email the Conference Committee at and we will respond as soon as we can.


Member pricing is offered to anyone who is a member of ARHE, ARS, or AAPG

Non-member pricing is for those who are not members of ARHE, ARS, or AAPG

To take advantage of conference pricing discounts and more, become a member of ARHE today by clicking HERE


Early Bird

Ends 3/25


3/26 – 5/27

Last Minute Tickets

5/28 – 6/15


In-Person Online In-Person Online In-Person Online
ARHE/ARS/AAPG Member – Full Conference $300 $200 $375 $275 $475 $275
Student – Full Conference $150 $50 $150 $50 $200 $50
Non-Member – Full Conference $450 $350 $525 $425 $625 $425
Member Organization (up to 8 people) $1100 $1600 $1600
Non-Member Organization (up to 8 people) $1400 $1800 $1800

***One Day Registrations will be available onsite only. Single day registrations will be available at a rate of $50 for students, $275 for ARHE members, $425 for non-ARHE members (as single-day registration will also provide access to the full virtual content).

***ARHE, ARS, and AAPG will be working to provide a hybrid conference in order to meet the needs of our attendees. There will be a variety of sessions available to both in-person and online attendees, including live and pre-recorded sessions, utilizing the event platform, Whova. If you have questions, please contact



Our room block has been sold out at The Graduate Hotel but we now have a SECOND hotel room block available at the Delta hotel at an exclusive rate of $145 / night. Rooms are available from June 11, 2022 – June 16, 2022. Last day to book is May 24, 2022.

Book Your Delta Room Now


Thank you for your interest in sponsoring our 2022 National conference!  If you have any questions or would like to sign up as a sponsor of the ARHE/ARS/AAPG Annual Conference, please contact Kristina Canfield at

Conference Schedule

***Conference schedule subject to change

Collegiate Recovery Showcase

Sign up for a booth at the Collegiate Recovery Showcase as part of the 2022 Annual ARHE/ARS/AAPG Conference. The Collegiate Recovery Showcase is an opportunity to showcase the success of your institution’s program and highlight events, research, or other exciting news that your staff and students have been up to!

Booths are free for ARHE member institutions, and available at a cost of $500 for non-member institutions. To sign up for membership, please visit:

Booth showcases will be available both in-person and online on the Whova app. For institutions with in-person booths, the booths must be set up by an attending member. Set up will be available beginning Sunday, June 12, 2022. A follow-up email will be sent with further details. Booths do not need to be attended during the conference, but all materials should be picked up before the close of the conference on Wednesday, June 15, 2022.

Collegiate Recovery Showcase

Congratulations to our 2022 ARHE Award Winners!

Visit the Awards page to view the complete list of Award winners who will be celebrated at this year’s conference!

Get our official conference app,

Get the most out of the app and have a more productive experience!


NAVIGATE the event agenda and logistics, even without Wi-Fi or data. Access useful information like ridesharing and local attractions through the Community Board


NETWORK effectively. Plan whom to meet by exploring attendee profiles and sending out messages


PARTICIPATE in event activities through session likes, comments, ratings, live polling, tweeting, and more

For Blackberry or Windows Phone,Click here
For feature details, visit Whova









Equity & Justice Student Survey!

If you are a STUDENT in recovery, consider filling out our brief, 7-10 minute equity and justice survey! Staff can share the survey with students within their programs!

The survey aims to understand student perspectives and experiences of equity and discrimination in collegiate recovery programs/communities. We will use the information to help educate collegiate recovery staff and programs about these issues. All students who complete the survey will be entered for a chance to win one of four $25 Starbucks gift cards!

E&J Survey
ARHE Ethics & Integrity Statement:

The Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) values the relationships with the Sponsors, Exhibitors, Donors, and Members that have been built over the years which work to support our mission. We appreciate their valuable contributions to the field of collegiate recovery.  It is that relationship which allows us to offer high quality, value-driven conferences, and services throughout the year.


All staff, board members, interns, fellows, as well as affiliates of ARHE act with honesty, integrity, and fairness in their dealings as representatives of the organization. The organization promotes a working environment that values honesty, fairness, and integrity. 

ARHE promotes the highest ethical and legal standards of professional conduct through comprehensive conferences, events, and services. Our organization is knowledgeable of and complies with all laws and regulations. 

ARHE regularly reviews programs and services offered and has mechanisms to incorporate lessons learned into future programs. We are responsive to changes in collegiate recovery and the work to be responsive to the needs of our membership. We value community feedback from our membership and those passionate about collegiate recovery and can be reached through our website.

This ethics statement is to show not only what ARHE stands for as an organization, but what values we hope and expect to be upheld by those who we support and support us. This document, the Ethics and Accountability Code, will continue to be reviewed and revised, as necessary by ARHE’s Board of Directors. 

Equity & Inclusion Statement
The Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) recognizes the importance of having the values of equity, inclusion, and social justice to our membership and those we do business with. We believe that these values require continued efforts to ensure that members from all identities, backgrounds, abilities, and belief systems have access, voice, acknowledgment, and opportunities to participate at all levels within the organization.
By appreciating the importance of inclusion, we acknowledge that the organizational body and individual talents, skills, and perspectives of members, donors, and affiliates foster a culture of collaborative practice, creativity, and mutual respect. ARHE seeks to empower and engage professionals and students in ways that productively contribute to accomplishing the goals of our membership, regardless of background.
Additionally, ARHE strives to ensure that our membership, leadership, scholarship, and programming are reflective of these values. Through our standards of professional practice, we hold our members and those we affiliate with accountable to these principles in our work on behalf of the organization and collegiate recovery field.



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A Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) is a college or university-provided program that includes a supportive environment within the campus culture. CRPs reinforce the decision to engage in a lifestyle of recovery from addiction/substance use disorder. It is designed to provide an educational opportunity alongside recovery supports to ensure that students do not have to sacrifice one for the other.

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