Talk with a student who can relate, share their experience, and offer suggestions through the CU Collegiate Recovery Center’s peer support program.
Seeing a counselor at Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) can help you find relief. CU students are eligible for up to six free visits per year.
A welcoming community and resource lounge where you can meet other students, find sobriety-friendly social events, and attend free support meetings. The recovery center is located in UMC 102 next to the bowling alley.
Recovery Mind is a weekly drop-in group that introduces mindfulness practices, philosophy, and mental skills to focus the mind and help us move forward successfully. Meetings are every Monday from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the UMC room 102 near the bowling alley.
A student group at CU dedicated to supporting sobriety and well-being for the campus community.
A great way to address substance abuse is to get involved in or attend fun and interesting happenings. By doing so you can develop a needed sense of belonging. There are many events and recreational opportunities offered on the CU-Boulder campus. Be sure to explore your options for being part of the campus community here.