University of Alabama’s Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC)
The University of Alabama Student Health Center offers a Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) for students who have made a commitment to lead sober, healthy lives. Modeled after a successful program at Texas Tech University, The University of Alabama has created a structured, healthy community where recovering students can thrive academically and socially while actively pursuing their recovery. The CRC provides students an opportunity to bond together in an alcohol and drug free environment. Members are required to have six months sobriety. Some CRC hosted events are: alcohol free tailgates, Monday night dinners, and intramural sports teams. CRC has support meetings Sunday through Friday (see calendar on website for further information).
516 Paul W. Bryant Drive East
State Certified: NA
Philosophy: The mission of the Collegiate Recovery Community is to support students in recovery and help them achieve their academic goals while participating in the collegiate experience without the use of drugs, alcohol, or other behavioral or process addictions. The program also provides opportunities for families to engage in and support students in their recovery and education.
Please Note: All information on the Addiction Prevention Coalition website is for informational and research purposes only.
No guarantee is made about the quality of service of the providers.