Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services (CRIS) provides a comprehensive continuum of care for students with substance use concerns. Services range from prevention, awareness, and exploration of consequences for high risk behaviors to a supportive, safe, and engaging environment that supports students seeking or contemplating recovery.

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Join Our Community

The first step in collegiate recovery is to connect with others who have experienced a similar journey. Our community is filled with unique individuals who have one thing in common: their lived experience in recovery.
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Collegiate Recovery Scholarships

Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services offers scholarships to students pursuing early recovery on campus. Scholarships are an important aspect of the support we provide to students.
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National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month. This national movement is designed to increase awareness and support for those recovering from a substance use disorder. CRIS is proud to be a part of this historic effort.
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Sober Tailgate

The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) tailgate is located on the Quad, steps away from Denny Chimes and University Boulevard. Yellow balloons, a concert tradition, fly high over our tent to signify a sober location.
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Guest Speaker Series

The guest speaker series highlights individuals in long-term recovery who share their personal stories as inspiration for our campus community.
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Supporters of Recovery

Supporters of the University of Alabama Recovery Model share our desire to help students tap into their strength, hope, and courage to live life one day at a time. We thank our "supporters of recovery" for sharing our commitment to our students.
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Outreach

CRIS provides a variety of programming to educate the campus and the local community. Presentations are available on a variety of topics related to alcohol and other drug use and the recovery process.
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Family Focus

Family Focus is a monthly newsletter devoted to assisting families in recovery rebuild their family from a wellness perspective. Each month an inspirational message for family recovery provides great ideas to reflect upon.
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Run for Recovery

Collegiate Recovery is proud to announce its first annual "Run for Recovery 5K" as part of National Recovery Month activities on campus.