Collegiate Recovery Community
Creating an environment in which all students of the Appalachian community can thrive and achieve optimal well-being.
A Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) offers support to students who are in recovery; wanting to be in recovery; or those who wish to support others on their recovery journey. This community assists in each individual's unique recovery by preventing relapse, encouraging autonomy, providing support, increasing academic success, and offering a safe space on campus to process, grow, and reflect.
The Appalachian CRC holds weekly recovery and community meetings. Individuals actively engaged in addictions recovery are welcome to attend, as well as individuals that seek to support those in addictions and/or compulsive behavior recovery (including but not limited to substance use, eating concerns, gambling, shopping, pornography, gaming, etc), and those who are curious about beginning their recovery journey. If you would like to meet with a CRC staff member about our services or for other inquiries, please contact Kayla Cheek to schedule an individual appointment.
- Drop-in hour 3:00-4:00pm (Wellness office)
- Movie Night! 6:30 - 9:30pm (Wellness office)
- 1:30 - 3:00pm: Drop-in hour (Wellness office)
Recovery Ally Training
Teaching students, faculty, and staff how to be an ally for individuals in recovery from addiction. Contact Miller Faw @ email@example.com to schedule an Ally training.
Online Training Available 24/7
Self-enroll in the online course available to all students, faculty, and staff by following these steps:
- Visit the CRC Ally Training course (opens in a new tab)
- Click the "Enroll Me" button at the bottom of the screen
- Contact Ben Asma with any questions or concerns
2021 Recovery Summit
Connect with the App State CRC
- AppCRC (opens in a new tab)
- CRC_AppState (opens in a new tab)
- Collegiate Recovery Community App State (opens in a new tab)
- Ben Asma, Assistant Director and Coordinator for Alcohol and Other Drugs Services
- Miller Faw, CRC Coordinator