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Pride Feature: Student Spotlight with Andrew Cao

Pride Feature: Student Spotlight with Andrew Cao

As the last feature during our celebration of Pride this month we interviewed Andrew Cao, a LGBTQIA+ identifying student in recovery. *Trigger warning: this blog contains personal testimony of experiencing homophobic and racist treatment. Interview with Andrew Cao...

Spotlight on Justin North-Olague

Spotlight on Justin North-Olague

As part of our commitment to supporting Pride this month, we are featuring spotlights on a number of well-known people in collegiate recovery and students who speak about their experience as part of the LGBTQIA+ community. This week we are honored to feature an...

#ARHE2020 Thursday Breakout Sessions

#ARHE2020 Thursday Breakout Sessions

Session Title: Growing the Collegiate Recovery Movement Through Innovative Partnerships with State and Federal Funds ARHE Extended Breakout Session Time: 10:00am - 11:15am ET Susie Mullens, Licensed Psychologist, LPC, AADC, MAC, Marshall University Tom Bannard, MBA,...

#ARHE2020 Wednesday Breakout Sessions

#ARHE2020 Wednesday Breakout Sessions

Session Title: Plays on Tap: CRPs and Theater Collaboration to Educate and Dialogue During National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week ARHE Extended Breakout Session Time: 10:00am - 11:15am ET George Comiskey, PsyD, LCDC, ICPS, Texas Tech University Jennifer Ezell,...

#ARHE2020 Tuesday Sessions

#ARHE2020 Tuesday Sessions

We have a variety of amazing breakout sessions for you to choose from on Tuesday, June 23rd. There is still time to register for the conference. Please email us at conference@collegiaterecovery.org with any questions you may have!   Session Title:  Integrating...

#ARHE2020 Keynote Speech Schedule

#ARHE2020 Keynote Speech Schedule

We are so excited to welcome you to the 11th annual ARHE Conference starting on Monday, June 22nd. Below you will find a list of all confirmed keynote speakers this week.   Please join us for the keynotes and be sure to register on the conference page.   ...

Interview with Patrice Salmeri for Pride Month

Interview with Patrice Salmeri for Pride Month

As part of our commitment to supporting Pride this month, we are featuring spotlights on a number of well-known people in collegiate recovery who speak about their experience as part of the LGBTQIA+ community. This week we are honored to feature an interview with...

#ARHE2020 Pre-Conference Trainings!

#ARHE2020 Pre-Conference Trainings!

The 11th National Collegiate Recovery Conference kicks off Monday, June 22nd! Hosted over Zoom this year, the week of content commences with our annual pre-conference training sessions. See all the offerings below and be sure to register on the conference page. Email...

ARHE Statement on Inequity, Injustice, & Racism

ARHE Statement on Inequity, Injustice, & Racism

Dear Collegiate Recovery Community, For the past several days, we have watched crowds of people across the nation express anger and frustration over the continuing violence against Black People in our country, including the recent murders of George Floyd in...

ARHE Webinar:  Practical Skills for Navigating Trauma

ARHE Webinar: Practical Skills for Navigating Trauma

Catch the replay of ARHE's webinar: Practical Skills for Navigating Trauma. Trauma refers to any unhealed wound--physical, emotional, sexual, or spiritual. Trauma that remains unaddressed and unhealed can get in the way of meaningful recovery, regardless of the...

ARHE Webinar: Making Space for LGBTQIA+ Students in Recovery

ARHE Webinar: Making Space for LGBTQIA+ Students in Recovery

Catch the replay of ARHE’s webinar: Making Space for LGBTQIA+ Students in Recovery. This webinar will focus on building an inclusive and safe space for LGBTQIA+ students in recovery. In this session we will discuss definitions and terms. We will focus on language and...

ARHE Webinar: Panthers for Recovery at FIU

ARHE Webinar: Panthers for Recovery at FIU

Catch the replay of ARHE’s webinar: Panthers for Recovery at Florida International University. This presentation provides a background of the short history of Panthers for Recovery at Florida International University. We will give some background information about the...

Finding My Spot in Collegiate Recovery

Finding My Spot in Collegiate Recovery

Hi, my name is Ali, and I am a woman who used to drink a lot. Then one day (January 24th, 2016), with some (intense) help from family and other loved ones, I decided to stop. And — go figure — once I stopped, life got tremendously better. I would like to start off by...

Recap of Collegiate Recovery Day 2020

Recap of Collegiate Recovery Day 2020

Our Inaugural National Collegiate Recovery Day wasn’t held back by social distancing — it was celebrated widely on social media, at colleges and universities, and in recovery communities. Over 100 people participated in our events, hundreds of people wore purple as...

ARHE Webinar: An Overview of the Wellbriety Movement

ARHE Webinar: An Overview of the Wellbriety Movement

Catch the replay of ARHE's webinar this week: An Overview of the Wellbriety Movement. Kateri Coyhis will introduce the concept of Wellbriety as balance and connection to the natural laws that create healing within the native community. Culturally based tools are...