What is the Collegiate Recovery Program?
The Collegiate Recovery Program provides support and resources to UAlbany students who:
are in recovery or considering it
want to better understand their relationship with substance use, gambling and/or other concerns
have friends and/or family members with concerning substance use or problem gambling
Recovery is a highly personalized process of change through which people improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives and strive to reach their full potential.
The Collegiate Recovery Program aims to foster a recovery-ready campus community and hosts programs to increase awareness and reduce stigma related substance use disorder and other addictive behaviors.
Contact the Collegiate Recovery Program at [email protected].
Fall 2023 Recovery Meeting Schedule
A schedule will be posted here as soon as it is available.
Visit the Office of Health Promotion for additional on-campus recovery services, alcohol and cannabis screenings, as well as harm reduction strategies.
We offer several Well-being Workshops, including an overview presentation on our recovery program, an overdose prevention workshop teaching participants how to administer naloxone and an instructional workshop on how to become a recovery ally.
You may also be interested in STEPS Program, which is offered by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) to all students for free. Participants receive personalized feedback on alcohol and/or cannabis use.
UAlbany’s Good Samaritan 911 Policy
Disability Access & Inclusion Student Services
Gender & Sexuality Resource Center
Veteran & Military Student Services
Sexual Violence Support & Advocacy
Counseling & Psychological Services
New York State’s 911 Good Samaritan Law
Capital District Recovery Center
Second Chance Opportunities’ Recovery Community Center
Northeast Problem Gambling Resource Center