We believe that every college student in recovery from substance use issues should have an engaging, fulfilling college experience ---to discover their full potential and pursue their dreams in a safe and supportive climate----in the center of college life.
Students with substance abuse disorders are nine times more likely to stay sober if they live in recovery housing with a community of peers. These students also achieve higher than average GPA’s and greatly increase their chances of graduation. They are also more likely to earn advanced degrees. Informed by research and the formidable outcomes produced at student recovery communities in places like Rutgers University, Penn State, Augsburg College and the five The Haven at College Recovery Residences, CRR knows it is possible for recovering students to live sober and experience the academic, social, and economic rewards of earning a degree.