Talk with a student or staff mentor who can relate, share their experience and offer suggestions through the CU Collegiate Recovery Center’s peer support program.
Visiting Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) to talk with a counselor can help you find relief. CU students are eligible for a limited number of free visits per year.
A welcoming community and resource lounge where you can connect with others, find sobriety-friendly social events, and attend free support meetings. The CU Collegiate Recovery Center is located in UMC 102 next to the bowling alley.
Student Support and Case Management (SSCM) assists students who are experiencing distress from events such as personal or family crisis. SSCM works collaboratively to support academic success and emotional well-being.
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.
Health Promotion offers free quit kits and one-on-one tobacco cessation counseling to support students with identifying goals and creating a plan. Walk in or call to schedule an appointment at 303-492-2937.
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.