9th National Collegiate Recovery Conference

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Jul 10, 2018 - Jul 12, 2018

Event Location

University of Houston
4800 Calhoun Rd
Houston, TX 77004
United States

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until the 9th National Collegiate Recovery Conference

PRE-CONFERENCE: Monday July 9, 2018

6:30 pm ‐
8:30 pm

Inaugural Collegiate Recovery Gala

DAY ONE: Tuesday July 10, 2018

9:00 am ‐
5:00 pm

2018 ARHE/ARS Conference

Detailed agenda coming soon

DAY TWO: Wednesday July 11, 2018

9:00 am ‐
5:00 pm

2018 ARHE/ARS Conference

Detailed agenda coming soon

DAY THREE: Thursday July 12, 2018

9:00 am ‐
4:00 pm

2018 ARHE/ARS Conference

Detailed agenda coming soon

ARHE Member Pricing: an individual with a current and active ARHE membership
Non-Member Pricing: an individual without an ARHE membership

Early Bird
(By Feb 6th)
Regular
(Feb 6th to June 26th)
Late
(after June 26th)

Full Conference

$100 Student
$275 ARHE Member
$425 Non Member
$125 Student
$350 ARHE Member
$500 Non Member
$125 Student
$425 ARHE Member
$575 Non Member

One Day Conference

$50 Student
$125 ARHE Member
$175 Non Member
$75 Student
$150 ARHE Member
$200 Non Member
$75 Student
$175 ARHE Member
$225 Non Member

Gala Ticket

$50 Student
$125 ARHE Member
$175 Non Member
$75 Student
$150
ARHE Member
$200 Non Member
$75 Student
$175 ARHE Member
$225 Non Member

Collegiate Recovery Gala Only- $250

 
Exhibitors/Sponsors: please use the registration link provided for you by email.

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Which ARHE Membership is right for you?

Select the membership that best suits you, fill out the registration and complete the confirmation to validate your membership subscription.

About

At the 8th National Collegiate Recovery Conference in Washington, D.C. we had approximately 75 sponsors and exhibitors. We are so grateful for your support and commitment to the field of collegiate recovery. For 2018 we want to keep the momentum going as we expect nearly 1,000 attendees at the University of Houston! If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please email ARHE Director of Corporate Relations & Sponsorship, Greg Snodgrass, at greg.snodgrass@collegiaterecovery.org.

Options and Benefits

Download 2018 Full Sponsorship Prospectus

Exhibit Map

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please email ARHE Director of Corporate Relations & Sponsorship, Greg Snodgrass, at greg.snodgrass@collegiaterecovery.org.

Coming Soon

Call for Proposals

The deadline for submissions is 11:59 P.M. ET on Monday January 15, 2018. A review committee made up of ARHE and ARS representatives will review submissions throughout January and February.

Workshop Submission Process

There are 7 main conference tracks for this year: Collegiate Recovery, Treatment, Research, Family, Students, Social Justice, and Recovery High Schools.  Please see information below on the Conference Tracks to learn more. Fill out the form in its entirety and select the track(s) where you think your presentation will best fit. You are able to start and stop your application as much as you’d like- just remember your email and registrant ID when you log back in!

The Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) and the Association of Recovery Schools (ARS) are applying for continuing education credits from a variety of organizations. Your thorough responses in the call for proposals form ensures consistency and accuracy for our applications. Please be prepared with APA citations, an updated resume or CV, references, objectives, and other information as outlined in the submission form.

Presentations will be 60 minutes long, including time for audience Q&A. Presenter spaces are set up theater-style with rows of chairs and a podium up front. Rooms are equipped with internet, screen, projector, and microphone (for auditorium spaces only). Please plan to bring your own laptop.

The deadline for submissions is 11:59 P.M. ET on Monday January 15, 2018. A review committee made up of ARHE and ARS representatives will review submissions throughout January and February.

You will be notified of a decision regarding a proposal by mid-March of 2018. Presenters are responsible for all personal expenses including registration, travel, lodging, and meals unless told otherwise in writing by the Chair of the Conference Committee. Presenters who are accepted and attending for their session only can request a complimentary registration by emailing the address listed below.

*For any questions regarding submission, please email Tim Rabolt at conference@collegiaterecovery.org

Conference Tracks and Potential Topics

There are 7 main tracks for this year: Collegiate Recovery, Treatment, Research, Family, Students, Social Justice, and Recovery High Schools. Individuals are free to attend sessions from any track they choose. Additional tracks may be added at the discretion of the Conference Committee. Please select the track(s) where you feel your presentation will best fit. Email conference@collegiaterecovery.org with any questions.

Potential Topics by Track:

  • Collegiate Recovery- This track will be focused on the development and sustainability of collegiate recovery programs.
    • Identifying campus partners to support your CRP
    • What do other campus wide programs have in common with your CRP
    • How to bring admissions on board
    • Identifying community partners
    • Donors and Advisory Boards – a How to Model
    • The development of an early-stage CRP
  • Recovery High Schools- This track will be focused on the creation, development, and sustainability of recovery high schools.
    • The ARS accreditation process
    • How to start a recovery high school
    • Best practices in recovery high schools
    • Recovery high school sustainability
    • Models and integration of recovery high schools
    • Collaboration with a collegiate recovery program
  • Research- This track will be focused on the relevant research to the field of addiction and recovery, particularly in relation to collegiate recovery and recovery high schools.
    • What’s the latest research?
    • Introduction to recovery research
    • Studies on underserved student populations
    • Gaps in the research- what else do we need to know?
    • Updated research studies from past years
  • Treatment- This track will be focused on the role of treatment centers in collegiate recovery and recovery high schools. The target audience for all sessions is mainly treatment professionals.
    • Bridging the Gaps- Collaboration between campuses and treatment centers
    • The role of medicated assisted treatment (MAT)
    • Service offerings and other resources provided by treatment centers
  • Family- This track will be focused on the role of families in collegiate recovery and recovery high schools. The target audience for all sessions is mainly families.
    • How to include families in the process
    • Using parents as a resource
    • Events that would include families
    • Families as allies and advocates
    • Healthy boundaries for family members
  • Student- This track will be focused on the role of students in collegiate recovery and recovery high schools. The target audience for all sessions is mainly students.
    • Sober events
    • Residence hall survival
    • Student organization- how to start one and why is it useful?
    •  Career path and focus, transition to work environment
    • Navigating the social scene
  • Social Justice– Adams, Bell, and Griffin (1997) define social justice as both a process and a goal. “The goal of social justice education is full and equal participation of all groups in a society that is mutually shaped to meet their needs. Social justice includes a vision of society that is equitable and all members are physically and psychologically safe and secure.” This track will be focused on the topic of underserved student populations in the areas of recovery high schools and collegiate recovery programs. Topics should be focused around how to recognize and dismantle systems of oppression thereby creating equitable spaces for all students. Broad, systems-based topics (power, privilege and oppression) as well as population-specific (veterans, LGBTQIA, racially minoritized, mental health, international, first generation) submissions welcome.

Coming Soon

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University of Houston
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