The CUCRC is open for studying, socializing and walk-in support Monday-Friday 9am-5pm during the regular academic calendar. Members with key access are welcome to use of the space anytime during UMC Open Hours

Support Meetings are held in "The Well" in UMC 102 on the first floor to the left of The Connection Bowling Alley, unless otherwise noted.

See below for a description of meetings currently held in the CUCRC.

CUCRC Summer Session Hours

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
UMC 414 Office
UMC 411 Lounge + Study Room

Support Meetings
in The Well (UMC 102)
unless otherwise noted

Schedule is subject to change, and may be reduced during campus holidays and breaks.

Sundays

7:00-8:00pm Recovery Dharma (meditation meeting)

Mondays

4:00-5:00pm Monday Mens*
5:30-6:30pm AA Meeting: The People's Meeting of AA

Tuesdays

5:00-6:00pm Recovery Talks - open topic/check in meeting

Wednesdays

No meetings scheduled.

Thursdays

2:30-3:30 Femme*

Fridays

4:45-5:45pm CRC Community Meeting 
Friday Social afterward: events vary

Saturdays

No meetings scheduled. Available for Core Members with key access.


Support Meeting Descriptions

Below is a brief description of each group that currently meets in the CUCRC. Go to Find Support for a list of additional recovery support options at the CUCRC and links to other recovery meeting groups available in the local community. 

If you are interested in holding a free support group or recovery meeting in the Center, contact us at cucrc@colorado.edu or call 303-492-9642 to discuss options. 

Recovery Dharma: Sunday 7:00pm

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.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Monday 5:30pm: The People's Meeting of AA

Open AA Meetings. All are welcome. Learn more about Alcoholics Anonymous here.

Recovery Talks: Tuesday 5pm 

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.

Recovery 101: Friday 12:00pm - on hold during Summer Session

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. 

Monday Mens*: Monday 4:00pm

All-recovery meeting and check in for male-identified students.

Femme*: Thursday 2:00pm

Relationship support and all-recovery meeting and check in for female-identified students.

CRC Community Meeting: Friday 4:45pm

Weekly CRC student meeting for members, allies and prospective members to connect, share support and make social plans.