California Unified Collegiate Recovery Conference 2015

Santa Barbara, California
Saturday, November 07, 2015
California Unified Collegiate Recovery Conference 2015
Saturday, November 07, 2015 9:00 AM -
Sunday, November 08, 2015 3:00 PM (Pacific Time)

Corwin Pavillion
(805) 893-5013
University of California Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California 93106
United States

Map and Directions

The 2015 California Unified Collegiate Recovery Conference (CUCRC) will bring together students in recovery as well as allies, advisors, and community members to support the development of new, emerging and established collegiate recovery programs (CRPs). Now in the 4th year, CUCRC 2015 will be held on the campus of University of California, Santa Barbara on November 7-8, 2015 and will provide an opportunity to share cutting edge strategies, successes, challenges, and solutions towards the collective efforts to develop and expand higher education communities of support for students in recovery.

Featuring Noah Levine, Justin Luke Riley & Audrey Pusey




CUCRC 2015 is organized around three tracks:

Track 1: Collegiate Recovery Program Development (CRP)
Highlight the different stages of CRP development and ways to navigate the highs and lows of the process.
For this track, we will mainly be utilizing facilitated roundtables. We are looking for conference participants from each campus or program who identify themselves as being successful at a particular area of CRP development who are willing to facilitate roundtables. If you are attending the conference, we need your contribution! Please see our call for participation form if you are interested in being a roundtable facilitator.

Track 2: Personal Recovery and Wellness
Honor the importance of finding balance between our roles within our CRPs and our roles in our personal life (person in recovery, recovery ally, student, administrator, etc.)


Track 3: Advocacy, CRP movement, advancement/expansion, trends in the recovery field
Acknowledge that just as each wave is one small part of a huge ocean, so is each CRP one part of a greater collegiate recovery movement, and there is a vast network of resources available to support every campus.

Conference Sponsors:


                 


          


UCSB would also like to extend a special note of gratitude to CADA for its support of the Gauchos for Recovery Program.
 

 

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