Congratulations on maintaining your recovery while seeking your college degree! The Catamount Recovery Program (CRP) knows how hard you have worked to get to this point. We offer support, community, and substance-free housing options for students in recovery.
The CRP offers many ways to get involved, to connect, feel supported, visible and valued, to develop relationships, advocate, and engage in service.
Participation requires a commitment to sobriety, recent completion of a treatment program, and adherence to CRP policies.
Amy Boyd Austin
Catamount Recovery Program
112 Davis Center
590 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05405
What is a Collegiate Recovery Program?
A Collegiate Recovery Program provides a nurturing, affirming environment in which students recovering from addiction can find peer support as well as other recovery support services while attaining a college education. Students participating in this community have educational, academic, advisory, community building, and programmatic opportunities that support their decision to maintain their recovery as well as improve their academics and general life skills. Through this holistic approach to continuing care for recovering students, the Catamount Recovery Program helps to provide a normative college experience for students in recovery.
Mission and Vision
Our Mission is to offer students in recovery the opportunity to pursue academic success, personal growth, professional development, to have an active and fulfilling collegiate experience, and to prepare them to be vibrant leaders in the community.
Our vision is to shift the landscape of the college community to respect, value and cultivate a culture of long-term recovery as a model of wellness.
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