Cougars in Recovery (CIR) provides students in recovery from addiction a safe and sober environment which assists and supports them as they pursue their academic and professional goals, walk the path of recovery, and participate in the diverse social opportunities available on campus.
Through learning, engagement and discovery, Cougars in Recovery creates an environment in which student success can be ensured. Cougars in Recovery does this by providing students in recovery from substance use and co-occurring disorders the complete college experience minus drugs and alcohol.
CIR weekly Community Check-In (peer-to-peer process group) gives students a safe space to share their struggles and accomplishments with one another and receive supportive feedback. Community members have the opportunity to engage in annual collegiate recovery conferences to collaborate with students in recovery around the country while enriching their own recovery. Additionally, an Outdoor Adventure Learning Experience is offered in both the fall and spring semesters. A group of students and staff travel to National or State parks to camp and hike while incorporating leadership development, team building, and recovery meetings into the trip. These are just a few of the recovery support services CIR offers. To find out more about our additional services please visit the “About Page”.
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Cougars in Recovery (CIR) welcomes applicants who are in recovery from alcohol and/or other addictions.
Cougars in Recovery hosts a variety of weekly events and meetings. Click the link below to see what is coming up.
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