UNCW

http://uncw.edu/crossroads/CRCHawks.html

https://www.fb.com/UNCWCollegiateRecoveryCommunity

http://www.twitter.com/uncwcrchawks

The CRC Hawks offer a supportive environment for students to recover in a college environment while staying engaged in their academic pursuits. CRC Hawks provides a network for students and affords them an enriched academic and college experience.

ECU

Contact: Jarmichael Harris | HarrisJA15@ecu.edu

(252) 328-6661

CRC at EDU Website

https://www.facebook.com/ECUCRC

https://www.instagram.com/ecu_crc/

https://twitter.com/ecu_crc

The East Carolina University Collegiate Recovery Program offers weekly support meetings for students that offers recovery focused activities. ECU also has two student lounges for students looking to relax in a safe space.

UNC

Contact: Dean Blackburn | studentwellness@unc.edu

(919) 962-9355

Carolina Recovery Program Website

https://www.facebook.com/uncrecovery

The Carolina Recovery Program offers students an individualized recovery plan to help them attain success in their studies and in recovery. Carolina Recovery Program understands the rigors of academic success, and works to connect students to on and off campus resources to ensure success.

NC A&T

Contact: Dominiquie Clemmons-James

NC A&T CRP Website

https://www.facebook.com/ncatcrc15

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Collegiate Recovery Community offers a positive, affirming environment where recovering students can successfully pursue academic, personal and professional goals to enrich their quality of life and become vibrant leaders of their communities. NC A & T offers students a gorgeous social space to relax in.

UNCG

Contact: Terri Spears | Recovery@ung.edu

336-334-4559

https://shs.uncg.edu/srp

https://www.facebook.com/srauncg

https://twitter.com/uncg_sra

https://www.instagram.com/uncgsrp/

The Spartan Recovery Program focuses on creating a network of recovery support services that promote the personal, academic and professional goals of students in recovery. Students create a network of other recovering students and can utilize social space in the student health center.

UNCC

Contact: Jessica Pinti | jpinti1@uncc.edu

(704) 687-5884

UNCC CRP Website

https://www.facebook.com/UNCCCollegiateRecoveryProgram

https://www.instagram.com/uncc_recovery/

The Collegiate Recovery Community at UNCC supports students recovering from addictions; offering programming, resources, and activities that provide a pathway to both recovery and academic achievement.  The first program to exist in North Carolina, UNCC offers dedicated space and staff to support students.

NCSU

Contact: Megan Meadows | mmfreema@ncsu.edu

(919) 513 – 0222

https://www.fb.com/CRCNCSU/

https://www.instagram.com/crc_ncsu/

The Collegiate Recovery Community at NC State is a student run community dedicated to supporting their peers who choose to disengage from addictive behavior, process disorders, and those individuals in recovery from mental health conditions.

Western Carolina University

Contact: Christy Wyatt | CkWyatt@wcu.edu

(828) 227-7469

Catamounts for Recovery Website

https://www.facebook.com/catamountsforrecovery/

Catamounts For Recovery provides a safe and supportive space for students to come together in a community that encourages each other to pursue a rich and successful collegiate experience in sustained recovery from drugs, alcohol and addictive behaviors. Students will receive support as they break down stigmas and champion recovery while building integrity; responsibility; respect; and celebrating their collegiate experience

Duke

Contact: duwell@studentaffairs.duke.edu

(919) 681-8421

Duke Student Recovery Program

Duke’s collegiate recovery community offers numerous access points to help students engage into the community.

UNC-Asheville

Contact: Barbara Galloway | Bgallowa@unca.edu

(828) 251-6870

UNC-Asheville CRC Website

https://www.facebook.com/CollegiateRecoveryUNCA/

The Collegiate Recovery Community at UNC at Asheville provides peer and professional support for students in recovery from substance use disorders and/or mental health conditions. The crc will provide students with resources to help strengthen life to help live a healthy, self-directed, collegiate lifestyle.