CRP Student Resources

What is the Carolina Recovery Program (CRP)?:

The Carolina Recovery Program is a support for any student at UNC who is in recovery or is curious about recovery. The program supports the Carolina Recovery Community (CRC) student organization and holds multiple meetings a week. The program also supports students by holding sober recreational events (e.g., laser tag, ropes course, trampoline park) and recovery community building (e.g., service events, awareness-raising events). 

The Benefits of Participating in the Carolina Recovery Program:

  • Enjoy free and fun programming designed to strengthen and support your recovery
  • Have fun with other students in recovery 
  • Raise awareness of recovery issues on campus
  • Enjoy sober trips to local, state, and national attractions

How to Get Involved:

There are no requirements to participate in the Carolina Recovery Program. If you are interested in CRP events or meetings feel free to ask questions at recovery@unc.edu.

The Carolina Recovery Program (CRP) and the Carolina Recovery Community (CRC) are holding weekly hybridized meetings and recreational activities. If you are interested in joining a meeting or event please use the following information to get connected.

  • The CRC's weekly meeting happens on Thursdays at 6:30PM on Zoom and in-person in the SASB North Upendo Lounge.

For more information about how to participate in the weekly activities contact recovery@unc.edu

Recovery Housing Options

The Carolina Recovery Program is glad to offer recovery housing. 

Off Campus housing:

The Carolina Recovery Program collaborates with Oxford Houses of NC to offer the first Collegiate Oxford house in the state. Oxford Houses are a clean and sober housing option for individuals in recovery.  

Oxford House Web Site