Join us for the 2019 Collegiate Recovery Staff Summit at

UC Santa Barbara!

Hosted by the Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) in conjunction with the Gauchos for Recovery program at UCSB, this summit is intended to support, connect, and educate collegiate recovery staff from across the country.

Kicking off with an optional day in Los Angeles on Monday November 4th, attendees can fly into LAX to connect with staff, learn about the collegiate recovery efforts in Los Angeles, see the city, and take a complimentary shuttle up to UCSB in the evening. The summit will take place on Tuesday and the first part of Wednesday.

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Collegiate Recovery Staff Registration

Only collegiate recovery staff that are ARHE members are eligible to attend this summit. Complimentary hot breakfast is served at the hotel, lunch and dinner is on your own. Thank you for your understanding!

 

$125 PER TICKET

Collegiate Recovery Staff Scholarship Registration

***For attendees needing registration costs to be covered.
Only collegiate recovery staff that are ARHE members are eligible to attend this summit. Complimentary hot breakfast is served at the hotel, lunch and dinner is on your own. Thank you for your understanding!

 

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SPONSORSHIP

Gold Sponsorship

$2500

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Social media shout outs
Verbal recognition onsite

Silver Sponsorship

$1000

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Bronze Sponsorship

$500

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Attendees can stay at the Best Western Plus South Coast Inn located at 5620 Calle Real, Goleta, CA 93117. Their phone number is 805-967-3200. You can make reservations at the link above or by calling them directly. The rates are $139 (plus taxes) for lodging Sunday-Thursday. Hot breakfast is included and served daily during the week starting at 6:30 AM. The deadline to reserve at the room rate is October 4th, 2019. 

Breakfasts are included at the hotel each morning. Lunch will be provided on Tuesday, November 5th. All other meals are on your own. 

Loma Pelona Center
Ocean Rd
Isla Vista CA, 93117

Location Map

Tuesday, November 5th 
8:30 AM- Welcome Remarks and Overview
8:45 AM- Attendee Introductions 
9:30 AM- 6 Minute Successes and Challenges
10:30 AM- Break
10:45 AM- Panel Discussion: Student Recruitment, Engagement, and Retention 
12:00 PM- Lunch (provided), and UCSB Gauchos for Recovery Tour
1:15 PM- Breakout Table Discussions: 

  • Students with Criminal Justice Involvement 
  • Collegiate Recovery Basics
  • Recovery Allies: Identification and Collaboration 

2:15 PM- Panel Discussion: Navigating Conflicts within your Program 
3:15 PM- Break
3:30 PM- Breakout Sessions 
4:45 PM- End of Day 1


Wednesday, November 6th 
8:30 AM- Breakout Table Discussions: 

  • Residence Life and Collegiate Recovery
  • Securing and Sustaining Funding 
  • Self-Disclosure and Leveraging Lived Experience

9:30 AM- Working Group: Supporting Underserved and Marginalized Students: 
10:30 AM- Break
10:45 AM- Closing Session: Student Speaker, Thoughts and Takeaways
12:00 PM- End of Day 2

EVENT SCHEDULE

  • Tuesday, November 5th 

    8:30 AM- Welcome Remarks and Overview

    8:45 AM- Attendee Introductions

     9:30 AM- Opening Session

     10:30 AM- Break

     10:45 AM- Working Groups

     12:00 PM- Lunch on your own

     1:15 PM- Breakout Sessions

     2:15 PM- Working Groups

    3:15 PM- Break

     3:30 PM- Breakout Sessions

     4:45 PM- End of Day 1

     

    Wednesday, November 6th 

     8:30 AM- Opening Session

     9:30 AM- Working Groups

     10:30 AM- Break

     10:45 AM- Closing Session

     12:00 PM- End of Day 2

     1:00 PM- Shuttle to LAX (tentative)

© 2019 Association of Recovery in Higher Education, All Rights Reserved.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1541
Kennesaw, GA 30156

Phone Number:
404.710.2803

A collegiate recovery program (CRP) is a College or University-provided, supportive environment within the campus culture that reinforces the decision to engage in a lifestyle of recovery from substance use. It is designed to provide an educational opportunity alongside recovery support to ensure that students do not have to sacrifice one for the other.