The Carolina Recovery Program holds weekly recovery meetings on Monday's at 5:30PM on Zoom and a weekly women's recovery meeting (contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information).
The Carolina Recovery Community meets weekly on Thursday evenings at 6pm on Zoom. Meeting links can be found in the online meeting information tab. For more information about the Carolina Recovery Program, contact email@example.com.
(These groups are designed for students seeking support for reduced use and recovery only; it is not generally available for observation by nursing, medical, social work, counseling students, etc. If you have interest in learning more about recovery, or potentially speaking with/interviewing students in recovery, please contact the email above. Otherwise there are open twelve-step (AA/NA) meetings in the community available for observation.)
The Carolina Recovery Program strives to create an inclusive and accepting environment where students in recovery can build community, thrive personally, shine academically, and develop enduring resiliency for continued success.
The Carolina Recovery Program's mission is to build and maintain a community that supports continued recovery, academic excellence, and a commitment to serving the greater UNC community. The Carolina Recovery Program provides each student a customized success plan, staff and peer support, and proactive recovery focused programing. Our goal is to enable our students to enjoy a normal substance-free collegiate experience while excelling at UNC-CH. We believe this recovery program experience will reconnect emerging leaders with their passion to make a difference in the world.
The Carolina Recovery Program Offers Many Opportunities To Support Your Recovery
The Carolina Recovery Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill provides a safe environment where students in recovery can thrive personally and academically through a substance-free collegiate experience.
We welcome all students, faculty, and staff who are committed to a path of recovery, academic excellence, and service to their community.
We acknowledge, respect, and support all paths to recovery.