ARHE Career Corner

The Association of Recovery in Higher Education hopes to use this career corner to post any relevant jobs and other opportunities related to addiction and recovery related services.

Mental Health Promotion Specialist

Location: University at Albany, Albany, NY

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Apply here.

 

Program Manager, Collegiate Recovery Program

Location: Louisiana State University

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Coordinator, Collegiate Recovery Program

Location: Oakland University

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Director of Public Affairs, Faces and Voices of Recovery

Location: Remote with travel

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Apply here.

 

Senior Staff Therapist/Psychologist-Alcohol and Other Drugs Specialist

Location: University of Oregon

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Apply here.

 

Senior Staff Therapist/Psychologist Native American Student Specialist

Location: University of Oregon

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Coordinator; Collegiate Recovery Program

Location: Oakland University

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Collegiate Recovery Community Coordinator

Location: Mississippi State University/ Starkville, MS

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Peer Recovery Specialist

Location: South Charleston, West Virginia

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P/T RIA Intake Specialist

Location: San Antonio / South Texas (remote available)

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Addiction Counselor

University: Multiple

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Apply for the position here.

 

We will update this page as internships and fellowships become available. Be sure to check back often!

 

We will update this page as scholarships become available. Be sure to check back often!

 

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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.