The CUCRC is open for studying, socializing and walk-in support Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the regular academic year. Members with key access are welcome to use of the space anytime during UMC Open Hours.
Support Meetings are held in UMC 411/413 unless otherwise noted. Schedule is subject to change, and may be reduced during campus holidays and breaks.
Recovery Dharma is a peer-led recovery movement that utilizes Buddhist practices and principles of meditation, investigation and community as the foundation of the recovery process. Open to all paths of recovery. Learn more about Recovery Dharma here.
Open AA Meetings. All are welcome. Learn more about Alcoholics Anonymous here.
All-recovery meeting and check-in for students who identify as men.
Open discussion about life in recovery led by students and staff of the CRC. A different topic each week. Open to all paths of recovery.
Faculty/Staff Recovery Meeting (UMC 404)
Weekly recovery meeting for CU faculty and staff who struggle with addiction, are affected by addiction and/or support the recovery lifestyle.
Let's Talk Recovery
Open discussion for those in early recovery or exploring sobriety hosted by a certified addiction counselor with CAPS.
- Thursdays, 4 to 5 p.m.
Combat stress and increase your sense of wellbeing by learning how to meditate. The meeting will include 25 minutes of sitting plus conversation about Zen and the experience of sitting. No experience necessary.
An open discussion for those newer to recovery or exploring sobriety, hosted by student mentors. A great opportunity to ask questions, connect with others who are new too, and learn more about ways to cope and progress in your recovery.
CRC Community Meeting
Weekly CRC student meeting for members, allies and prospective members to connect, share support and make social plans.