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Making Recovery from Addiction Visible and Accessible


Systems Maintenance - Thursday, 18th July between 6pm and 9pm
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Making Recovery from Addiction Visible and Accessible

Article update with video of the event

The live event will take place on Zoom and also be live streamed to YouTube. If you are interested in the event but cannot make the live event a link to the video and all relevant event information (e.g. slides, info packs, links etc.) will be made available to all ticket holders after the event. You can register your interest by booking a free ticket on Eventbrite - follow the register here button above.

Recovery Connections is a Lived Experience Recovery Organisation where students in recovery from any addiction can access support.

Recovery Connections is a Lived Experience Recovery Organisation where students in recovery from any addiction can join meetings and access support while at University. The charity also provides a free, online support service for students nationwide, in association with Student Minds, and is leading on the creation of a national platform where students and university staff can find out how to start Collegiate Recovery Programmes on their own campuses.

- What are Collegiate Recovery Programmes?

- The history of the movement in the US and UK.

- Who are CRPs for?

- What CRP's achieve

- Personal experiences from students in Recovery

- How to refer or self-refer into a free support service

- How to keep in touch about Collegiate Recovery development in the UK

- Case studies on active CRPs in the UK

Presented by:

Dot Smith, CEO, Recovery Connections

Adam Petson, Students in Recovery Lead, Recovery Connections

Simon Trelfa, Marketing & Communications Lead, Recovery Connections


Making Recovery from Addiction Visible and Accessible

By Recovery Connections
Recovery Connections is a Lived Experience Recovery Organisation where students in recovery from any addiction can join meetings and access support while at University. The charity also provides a free, online support service for students nationwide, in association with Student Minds, and is leading on the creation of a national platform where students and university staff can find out how to start Collegiate Recovery Programmes on their own campuses.

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