Substance Use Disorder Recovery

Collegiate Recovery Community

College can be a difficult and lonely place to recover from dependence on drugs or alcohol. It can also be a place of safety and community. If you are looking for counseling, case management, or to join a recovery community on campus, you have come to the right place.

The Collegiate Recovery Community offers:

  • Connections and referrals to local and campus resources
  • A supportive community for students seeking or maintaining recovery
  • A sober space for students to spend time and feel supported
  • Recovery, academic, and social supports
  • Sober events and activities for students

How do I know if CRC is right for me?

  • Do you identify as a person in recovery from substance use?
  • Have you considered quitting the use of substances?
  • Is your substance use affecting your work, academics, or relationships?
  • Do you use substances out of boredom or due to stress?
  • Do you ever regret or not remember your actions after use?
  • Are you someone who doesn’t use substances and want to meet others who also do not use?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then the Collegiate Recovery Community is a place for you!

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You’re backed by a Culture of Care

At IU Bloomington, students look after each other through difficult life changes. If you are struggling with addiction, remember that you are part of a culture that helps, supports, and respects every Hoosier, no matter the circumstances. We call this the Culture of Care.

Learn more about IU's Culture of Care