Collegiate Recovery Program
Support and resources for students in or interested in recovery.
The Center for Transformational Wellness has developed a Collegiate Recovery Program because we know that students in recovery are valuable members of our college community and have unique needs to meet their personal and career goals. We believe that there are multiple pathways to recovery and no student should have to choose between their recovery and academics.
The purpose of the Collegiate Recovery Program is to provide individual and group recovery coaching to students who are either in recovery or interested in recovery. The CRP defines recovery as healing from any harmful behavior such as substance misuse or negative thought patterns from mental health issues. The program practices harm reduction but can also provide support to students in 12-step programs who are practicing sobriety. The CRP also offers a social community through our community partnership with Recovery Beyond and can assist with navigating college resources for things such as childcare, housing, and employment.
To get more information about the Collegiate Recovery Program and to get connected to resources visit the Virtual Lobby!
- Virtual Lobby Link
- Meeting ID: 918 8259 4630
- Passcode: 98092
Spring and Summer 2022 Scholarships - Closed
The Green River College Center for Transformational Wellness has awarded all of the avaialbe schoarlships for the 2021-2022 academic year. The schoarlship application will re-open in Winter of 2023. For information about other scholarship opporutnities at the college go to the Green River College Foundation website. Foundation Site Link
Are you interested in being a part of the Collegiate Recovery Program at Green River?
Join our recovery meetings on the first and third Thrusday of every month at 12pm in the Student Union. You can also join online anonymously, just email email@example.com for details.
Follow @gatorsthrive on Instagram and Facebook to find out about upcoming events.
We are looking for feedback from prospective and current students, employees, and community members as we develop support processes and resources for students in or interested in recovery. Please connect with us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out this form.
Recovery and Addiction Support Resources
Off campus resources for anyone that is looking for peer recovery support, and substance misuse treatment.
South King County AA
- The South County Alano Club offers virtual and in person Alcoholic’s Anonymous meetings in Kent and Auburn:https://www.seattleaa.org/locations/south-county-alano-club/
- District 32 AA provides information regarding AA in the geographical representation of Western Washington cities: Algona, Auburn, Federal Way, and Pacific:https://district32aa.org/
- Battlefield Addiction, located in Auburn, offers consultations and referral services to those in active addiction.
Kent Youth and Family Services
- Kent Youth and Family Services (KYFS) offers a Substance Use Disorder Program for those 11-20 years old. On top of offering assessment and referral services, KYFS offers group counseling, family counseling, and individual counseling.
Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care
- Offers program called Recovery Place in Seattle and Kent, providing detox and residential treatment services.
To talk with someone at Green River about additional support resources contact Joan King - Recovery Support Specialist.
- Email: email@example.com
- Office Phone: 253-333-6041
- Office Location: SA 227 (Thrusdays only)
Are you in recovery, or an ally to folx in recovery? Are you interested in developing a community at GRC that supports all students in recovery?
The Center for Transformational Wellness will be creating a Collegiate Recovery Program. If you would like more information please come by the Center for Transformational Wellness in the Student Affairs and Success Center (SA) room 227, or submit the form below.
Center for Transformational Wellness
Virtual Assistance Lobby
Join via Zoom
By Phone: 253-215-8782
- Meeting ID: 918 259 4630
- Password: 98092