Dear Student in Recovery,
We would like to welcome you to Monmouth University! You should be proud of yourself for getting to college and achieving a goal of yours that you once may have thought impossible. We know it has not been easy and you have probably been working hard at your recovery every day. You probably have questions about how you will handle certain situations, including meeting new people and whether or not to disclose your recovery, attending parties, and juggling your recovery with new academic responsibilities. Monmouth University has many resources to help you answer these questions and support you in your transition to college life.
Students in Recovery Club
Yes, that’s right, we have a collegiate recovery scene at Monmouth University, and it’s growing!
Studies tell us that students in recovery benefit greatly from participation in such a club; are more likely to graduate, have a higher GPA and it reduces rates of relapse. So, consider joining our Students in Recovery Club. We have weekly meetings, host events, plan fun activities and do some advocacy work too.
Come check us out!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Alcoholics Anonymous: www.nnjaa.org
Al Anon: www.nj-al-anon.org
Cocaine Anonymous: www.nj-ca.org
Drug Addicts Anonymous: www.daausa.org
Parents Of Drug Addicts: www.facebook.com/ParentsOfDrugAddictedChildren
Gamblers Anonymous: www.gamblersanonymous.org
Narcotics Anonymous: www.narcoticsanonymousnj.org
Nar Anon: www.nar-anon.org
Nicotine Anonymous: www.nicotine-anonymous.org
Rational Recovery: www.rational.org
Check out these apps to aid you in your sobriety/recovery:
- 12 Steps AA Companion: IPhone Android
- Sober Grid: IPhone Android
- Sober Tool: IPhone Android
- Field Guide to Life: IPhone Android
- Clean Time Counter: Android
Fun, without the use of alcohol and other drugs, is something you may have had to re-learn. At Monmouth, we offer daily substance-free activities. You will receive weekly schedules of events via email to update you on the latest campus events and clubs! Find out about volunteer opportunities at the Office of Substance Awareness. Having sober fun is an important part of a healthy recovery and will make your college experience more fulfilling.
One Day At A Time,
Substance Awareness Coordinator