North Carolina Programs

Nash Community College

The Nash Community College Collegiate Recovery Program was implemented in January 2015 as part of the services offered through the Student Wellness Center. We hold a weekly Open Coffee Social in the Student Wellness Center for members, prospective members, and ...

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The University of North Carolina Greensboro

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Spartan Recovery Program (SRP) is a program of Student Health Services Counseling Center that is available, free of charge, to UNCG students in all phases of recovery from addiction to alcohol and/or other ...

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East Carolina University

East Carolina University’s Collegiate Recovery Community (ECU CRC) is an arm of the ECU Center for Counseling and Student Development, located on Main Campus. ECU CRC, established Fall 2015, is a partnership between the Center for Counseling and Student ...

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North Carolina A&T State University

The Collegiate Recovery Community at North Carolina A&T State University is located on the 2nd Floor of the Student Health Center, room 220.  We have housing options available at Serenity Place Theme Housing link here: http://www.ncat.edu/student-affairs/housing/communities/llc/teaching-fellows.html .  Full time staff ...

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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University of North Carolina at Wilmington

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University of North Carolina at Asheville

UNC Asheville’s Collegiate Recovery Community was launched in the summer of 2014 when two transfer students approached our staff to inquire about services for students in recovery. Both these students were familiar with collegiate recovery programs at other institutions and ...

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University of North Carolina at Charlotte

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) is a department within the Center for Wellness Promotion (CWP) founded in August 2011. There is a designated CRC space for students and meetings housed in the Student Health ...

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