UCLA Collegiate Recovery Program

The UCLA Collegiate Recovery Program was established in Fall 2016 and is housed in the Bruin Resource Center within UCLA Student Affairs. We have a small meeting space and office space, and we are collaborating with Residential Life to establish sober living options in the future. Our staff includes a part-time Program Director and a part-time Master of Social Welfare (MSW) Intern, and we plan to hire a few undergraduate student interns for the upcoming year. UCLA’s CRP is a growing mid-size program and that provides students with individualized support for academic and personal concerns, meeting space for weekly recovery meetings, and referrals to campus resources. We also host sober social events to build a supportive and safe community and advocate to campus partners in order to create a more inclusive campus environment. Our program works closely with Bruins for Recovery (B4R), a student organization at UCLA aimed at creating a social support network for students in recovery and reducing the stigma of addiction. All students who are in recovery from substance use and addictive behaviors or who are supportive of the recovery community are welcome to attend CRP events. There are no sign-ups or formal requirements for membership at this time.