Collegiate Recovery


In the midst of one of the most impactful public health crisis this country has ever seen – coined widely as the “opioid epidemic” – there are no shortage of stories highlighting the recovery efforts of those affected by substance use disorders, their allies, and the communities which they live […]

In Midst of Opioid Epidemic, Collegiate Recovery Creates Hope in ...


Gamma Tau, University of North Texas, Group Shot - 2015
Often times when Greek life, fraternity and sorority organizations at colleges and universities, receives public attention it is attributable to negative undertones. Take for example a recent op-ed in Inside Higher Ed, which explores everything from sexual assault, suspensions, to wild parties and destruction of property. Truth be told – […]

Uncommon Support: Recovery and Fraternal Brotherhood




Taking a look back over the last 40 years, the landscape of the collegiate recovery field is littered with heroes and champions, the likes of which have guided minds such as myself through the process of building supports for students seeking, and in, long-term recovery. Names such as Harris, Laitman, […]

Top Down, Bottom Up: Building the Country’s First Integrated Collegiate ...



(Originally posted and written in collaboration, Sober Nation) “People never change because they are under threat or under duress. Never. They change because they see something that makes their life seem valuable enough to start moving toward a life worth living.” This quote was one of the first that I […]

Empowering Motives: Why Students in Recovery Should Re-Enroll