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Collegiate Recovery Community

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Recovery to inspire, share and empower (R.I.S.E) is Ohio University's collegiate recovery community.

This group provides support and resources to students students seeking recovery from alcohol and drug misuse or other addictive disorders, as well as students impacted by the addiction of a loved one or friend.  

The group was created to provide a safe and fun community where students can meet others and make new friends. R.I.S.E. has a designated space where students can drop in between classes, study, attend meetings and engage in meaningful fellowship. R.I.S.E. creates a sober environment for students to connect, engage and thrive.  

Meetings

  • RISE Meetings


    Group Meetings

    The CRC will not be holding meetings during the summer semester, but meetings will resume in Fall 2022. Dates and times will be announced closer to the fall semester.

    Individual Meetings

    Individual meetings with a RISE staff member, Ann Addington, can be scheduled anytime.

  • RISE Lounge


    The Collegiate Recovery Community Lounge is open daily from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. in Baker University Center. The lounge will be staffed during the following times:  

    May 10th - August 16th

    Tuesdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

    Please feel free to stop by during these hours to speak with a staff member. 

    The lounge is open to students, staff, faculty, alumni, and visitors.

Ohio University Recovery Allies

Are you not in recovery but want to support those who are?  If so, Ohio University Recovery Allies, may be for you. As a recovery ally you will learn about recovery inclusive language, educate other OHIO students about recovery and addictive behaviors, support and advocate for people who are in recovery, while making our campus a safer and more inclusive place. Speak to our program leader to get involved.