Georgetown University

Program Details

Region: Mid-Atlantic
State: District of Columbia
Program Contact: Elizabeth Clark
(804) 586-7965

About the Program

Hoyas For Recovery at Georgetown University was established in 2022 in Washington, DC. We are classified as a student-led group housed in the Center for Student Engagement and are in the process of establishing a dedicated space on campus with the Division of Student Affairs with the goal that the space will be available starting in early 2024. Hoyas For Recovery was established by and is currently run by graduate students in the M.S. Addiction Policy & Practice program at Georgetown. We have one part-time coordinator who works with both the Master’s program and Hoyas For Recovery. We conduct weekly programming including support meetings and recovery-friendly events on and off campus. Participation is open to any student who identifies as being in recovery. Newcomers are welcome to reach out individually to program leadership or attend weekly meetings. 

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