As part of our continuum of care, we recognize the unique demands of the collegiate experience, along with the various challenges that present themselves as students seek to achieve their goals in the areas of academics, relationships, family, and recovery.
For these reasons, we provide students with opportunities to work collaboratively with our clinical and intervention staff to address substance use concerns, while also working through co-occurring instances of stress, anxiety, family concerns, depression, low self-esteem, indecision, and other related mental health concerns. We work to promote a welcoming, inclusive, and supportive environment where students can partner with us to address substance recovery and mental health needs through the various counseling and intervention services we provide:
The Department of Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services also works collaboratively with various campus constituents, partners, and community agencies to provide students with resources in the following areas:
Our multidisciplinary clinical team is composed of licensed and certified clinicians with a variety of backgrounds and knowledge areas that include addiction and recovery, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, marriage and family therapy, career counseling, and social justice counseling. Our staff have worked in a variety of settings such as substance abuse treatment centers, private practice, college mental and behavioral health settings, and inpatient residential treatment facilities.
For assistance or more information regarding our counseling and intervention services, please contact us at 205-348-2727