2023 ARHE/ARS/AAPG Annual Conference & HECAOD National Meeting
14th Annual Collegiate Recovery Conference
22nd Annual Recovery Schools Conference
7th Annual Alternative Peer Groups Conference
Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery
The Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) National Collegiate Recovery Conference is designed to facilitate a greater understanding about collegiate recovery communities (CRCs) and programs (CRPs), their essential role in colleges and universities across the nation, and the students they support. It is an opportunity for experts in the field of education and addiction recovery to share a body of knowledge across the continuum of care with a focus on recovery support systems in higher education. The conference facilitates the sharing of national standards, developments in the field, ethics in collegiate recovery, and sustainability within higher education.
Further, the conference represents an opportunity for staff, faculty, students, and community members to connect with one another and gain knowledge pertinent to establishing, maintaining, and sustaining strong recovery supports for students in a higher education setting. Participants will be afforded many educational and training opportunities relevant to collegiate recovery, including continuing education credits.
The Association of Recovery Schools is a registered 501(c)3, nonprofit organization comprised of recovery high schools as well as associate members and individuals who support the integral growth of the recovery high school movement.
Connected through principles, disciplines and tools that set the gold standard for educating and supporting students in recovery, we collaborate with a broad and diverse global network to advocate for a continuum of support and a readiness for student transition in and out of Recovery High Schools. We provide deep expertise, resources and data-driven best practices to Recovery High Schools through training, consulting and accreditation services, while serving as advocates for the educational inclusion of youth recovery.
For the past 20+ years, ARS has hosted an annual conference that provides attendees with an exciting opportunity to connect, receive continuing education credits and learn about adolescent treatment and recovery support services.
The Association of Alternative Peer Groups (AAPG) was created to assist in the creation, development, maintenance and regulation of Alternative Peer Groups (APGs). The AAPG Conference is an informative series of workshops for all who are interested in the components necessary to start an Alternative Peer Group. Beginning in 2018, AAPG combined its conference with ARHE and ARS in order to continue with the collaborative efforts of all three groups.
The Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery’s (HECAOD) National Meeting brings together professionals working in the field of collegiate prevention, early intervention, and recovery for learning and dialogue on current evidence-informed practice. Hosted annually at The Ohio State University since 2015, the National Meeting is an opportunity for collegiate professionals working across the continuum to grow their existing knowledge base and skill set and connect with peers to enhance their network, in an effort to better serve college students.
ARHE/ARS/AAPG Annual Conference Theme: “Diverse Pathways: Honoring Individual Recovery and Building Inclusive Communities”
HECAOD National Meeting Theme: “Future Focused Prevention: Building a Deeper Bench to Address the Challenges of Tomorrow”
Thank you for your interest in sponsoring our 2023 Annual Conference and National Meeting! If you have any questions or would like to sign up as a sponsor of the ARHE/ARS/AAPG Annual Conference and HECAOD National Meeting, please contact Kristina Canfield at email@example.com.
Member pricing is offered to anyone who is a member of ARHE, ARS, AAPG, or HECAOD.
Non-member pricing is for those who are not members of ARHE, ARS, AAPG, or HECAOD.
To take advantage of conference pricing discounts and more, become a member of ARHE today by clicking HERE
3/18 – 5/26
Last Minute Tickets
5/27 – 6/24
|Virtual Ticket ONLY|
|ARHE/ARS/AAPG/HECAOD Member – Full Conference||$325||$425||$525||$175|
|Student – Full Conference||$150||$175||$200||$55|
|Non-Member – Full Conference||$475||$575||$675||$225|
|Member Organization (up to 8 people)||N/A||N/A||N/A||$1200|
|Non-Member Organization (up to 8 people)||N/A||N/A||N/A||$1550|
*In your registration package you’ll receive Breakfast and Lunch, Monday – Wednesday.
**One-day tickets will only be available onsite during the conference at a cost of $200 per ticket.
***There will be a hybrid attendance option created by the Higher Ed Center as a unique online experience for those who cannot attend in person. This year, we will be utilizing PheedLoop as the online conference platform.
Billing and Cancellation Policy
All billing and payment questions should be directed to Louise Irizarry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we will fully refund your ticket upon request until Friday, April 28, 2023, less a $50 administrative fee. Refund requests received between April 29, 2023 – May 26, 2023 will be refunded at 50%, less a $50 administrative fee. Refunds may not be granted after May 26, 2023. Virtual tickets are non-refundable.
Dorm reservation are non-refundable after May 22, 2023
Cancellation requests or refund requests must be submitted in writing to Louise Irizarry at email@example.com.
Tickets may be transferred to another individual. All transfer requests should be sent to Louise Irizarry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference Request / Feedback Form
ARHE, ARS, AAPG, and HECAOD are committed to providing the best possible experience for all those attending the conference and national meeting this year. While we regularly collect post-conference feedback which is considered in part of the planning process, we want to give attendees an opportunity to provide feedback prior to the conference so that we can ensure these considerations are made. While we must balance the overall needs of the conference, we are committed to doing everything possible to ensure that attendee’s voices are heard. Please consider sharing feedback with us about how we can make the conference a more enjoyable experience for you!
The Blackwell Inn Hotel
ARHE/ARS/AAPG/HECAOD have confirmed a room block at The Blackwell Inn, the preferred hotel for the conference June 23-29, 2023! To coordinate your reservation, please utilize the booking link: ARHE/ARS/AAPG Conference or you may phone 866-247-4003 and ask for the room block ARHE/ARS/AAPG Conference utilizing group booking code: ARHEJUNE23.
The Blackwell Inn, located on the campus of The Ohio State University and is your upscale choice when staying in Columbus. The discounted group rate is $165.00, plus tax and parking, per evening for a room with either a King bed or Two Queen beds. Reservation requests must be made no later than Monday, May 22, 2023 to receive this rate. If you are requesting a reservation after this date, please contact the hotel directly for availability; toll free 866-247-4003.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Blackwell Inn and Pfahl Conference Center, The Ohio State University and Columbus, Ohio!
Springhill Suites Columbus Hotel
The Springhill Suites Columbus OSU Hotel is located at 1421 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio 43212.
The discounted group rate is $139/night, plus tax. Reserve before Thursday, May 25, 2023 to receive this rate!
Note: If the website is stating that the room block is sold out, please call +1 614-297-9912 to make a reservation as we are experiencing difficulties with the website at this time.
Hyatt House Columbus Hotel
The Hyatt House Columbus Hotel is located at 633 W 5th Ave. Columbus, OH 43201.
The discounted group rate is $149/night, plus tax. Reserve before Saturday, June 3, 2023 to receive this rate!
For online bookings, please select “book now” once on the landing page, enter in the arrival date and departure date, and select “book now” again. For attendees who wish to call to reserve their room, please call the hotel directly at 614-298-1299 (dial 0), and refer to the group code, G-4GKX.
Recognition of California’s AB 1887 Travel Prohibition
For the first time since 2018, we are hosting a conference in a state that is included on the “States Subject to AB 1887’s Travel Prohibition” in the State of California… Read more here.
Volunteer Sign Up
It takes all of us to make our conference a success and we need more help than ever within our growing field.
Please consider giving back to the community by signing up to volunteer during on our time slots, even if it’s just an hour of your time.
We are so grateful for our volunteers and can’t wait to have you as part of this year’s conference.
We can use assistance for both the digital and in-person aspects of our conference and there is something for everyone!
For questions please contact our 2023 Volunteer Coordinator Dharma Mirza at email@example.com
For questions regarding volunteering at one of our conferences recovery meetings please contact Kristine De Jesus at firstname.lastname@example.org
For general conference questions please contact email@example.com.
Collegiate Recovery Showcase
Sign up for a booth at the Collegiate Recovery Showcase as part of the 2023 Annual ARHE/ARS/AAPG Conference & HECAOD National Meeting. 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: https://collegiaterecovery.org/join/
Booth showcases will be available both in-person and online on the virtual platform. For institutions with in-person booths, the booths must be set up by an attending member. Set up will be available beginning Sunday, June 25, 2023. 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 28, 2023.
**Recovery High Schools that are members of the Association of Recovery Schools (ARS) may also apply!
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
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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COLLEGIATE RECOVERY PROGRAM
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.