GW is proud to offer a Collegiate Recovery Community to support students in recovery from substance use disorders, eating disorders, and/or other process addictions. We support all pathways to recovery and define recovery as a lifelong commitment to pursuing optimal health and well-being. Individuals in recovery aspire to pursue their goals, thrive in their environment, and strive to be the best version of themselves.
GW received generous donations and a $10,000 grant from Transforming Youth Recovery to assist in developing our Collegiate Recovery program. We have hired a Graduate Fellow, implemented staff mentors and secured a space on campus for students to hold meetings, study and spend time together.
We continue to develop our program to increase the resources and support for students in recovery on our campus. If you are interested in supporting these efforts please let us know! We are actively fundraising to develop and expand our recovery program and support our students. Please feel free to contact us at [email protected] or visit us on the Collegiate Recovery Community website to learn more!