Pacific Programs

California State University – Chico

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Central Washington University

The Recovery Outreach Community at Central Washington University is a collaborative effort between the Wellness Center and the Student Medical and Counseling Clinic. A Wellness themed living community with a recovery component, Haven House, is in early stages of development ...

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University of California, Los Angeles UCLA

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Santa Clara University

***Coming Soon*** The Ed Dowling SJ Recovery Residence and Resource Center (EDR3) at Santa Clara University is a collegiate recovery program projected to begin part time programming in September 2017 scaling to full-time programming in September 2018.

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Marymouth University

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University of California at Santa Barbara

Gauchos for Recovery, the Collegiate Recovery Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara, was founded in 2012. We are a part of the Alcohol & Drug Program which is under the auspices of UCSB Student Health Service.

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University of Oregon

The University of Oregon Collegiate Recovery Center (UO CRC) was founded in 2012 and is part of the University Counseling and Testing Center (UCTC) within the Division of Student Life.

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Southern Oregon University

Southern Oregon University’s CORE – Community Of Recovery in Education was founded at Southern Oregon University in 2010. CORE is housed administratively within Student Life and gets funding from the Student Incidental Fee and that student-driven funding process.

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Oregon State University

The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon was established in the fall of 2013 as part of the Division of Student Affairs, housed within the Student Health Services Department. The CRC is a small program ...

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Gonzaga University

Gonzaga University’s Collegiate Recovery Community started forming in the Spring of 2013. OUR (Our Unique Recovery) House is the physical space provided on campus for students in recovery and those seeking sobriety.

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