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

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 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