WANT TO GET INVOLVED WITH ARHE?
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The ARHE Board of Directors is a mix of voted and appointed positions. Nominations and voting for open positions occur in early Spring with results announced during Collegiate Recovery Day in April. New Board Members assume their positions in June during the annual conference and typically serve for two years with the opportunity to be re-appointed or re-elected for one additional term. Please check out the Board of Directors page (https://collegiaterecovery.org/board-of-directors/) for current open positions. You may reach out to Jarmichael Harris at email@example.com to express interest in open positions or to inquire about the Nominations Committee.
The ARHE Advisory Council is a body of individuals within the field of collegiate recovery who support the work of the ARHE Board of Directors to advance the field of collegiate recovery. Launched in 2020, the Advisory Council was formed to act as the collective conscience of collegiate recovery staff and advises ARHE in important topics and decision making that impacts the whole field. The Advisory Council is largely made up of individuals nominated and voted upon by their peers in the Council. Nominations and voting occur twice per year with new members taking their positions in February and August. You may reach out to Kristina Canfield at firstname.lastname@example.org for ways to get involved with the Advisory Council and check out https://collegiaterecovery.org/advisorycouncil/ for more information.
ANNUAL CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE
ANNUAL CONFERENCE VOLUNTEERS
Every June, ARHE hosts it’s Annual Conference and it takes dozens of volunteers to help keep the conference running smoothly. Volunteers are needed in various sessions, at the registration and information tables, helping in the exhibit hall, and assisting with the various programs that are a key part of the conference. A call for volunteers goes out each year starting in January with orientation sessions offered in the weeks prior to the conference. Questions about this opportunity may be directed to email@example.com.
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COLLEGIATE RECOVERY PROGRAM
A Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) is a college or university-provided program that includes a supportive environment within the campus culture. CRPs reinforce the decision to engage in a lifestyle of recovery from addiction/substance use disorder. It is designed to provide an educational opportunity alongside recovery supports to ensure that students do not have to sacrifice one for the other.