Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC)

The University of Georgia offers a Collegiate Recovery Community for students who have made a commitment to lead sober, healthy lives. The Collegiate Recovery Community provides an environment where students recovering from addiction can find peer support as well as other recovery support services while navigating their own college experience.

Our doors opened in August of 2013. We are located in room 216 of Memorial Hall right next to Sanford Stadium. We are available to answer any questions in person or via email:

Our Community Provides

  • A place to feel safe and secure
  • A place to receive academic guidance
  • A place to nurture personal growth
  • A community of accountability
  • A community of students who support each other academically, professionally, and personally
  • A staff that is passionate and committed to the success of all students

Our Students

  • Actively participate in a program of recovery
  • Actively engage with other members of the CRC
  • Actively participate in community service projects
  • Show commitment to long-term recovery as evidenced by completion of a recovery protection plan with CRC staff
  • Attend weekly CRC meetings designed to support personal, professional, and educational growth
  • Show a commitment to academic success and graduation

How can we help?

Please fill out the form below for any questions or inquiries. Please be advised that all messages will be returned during our standard business hours. We will be in touch as soon as we are able, and look forward to hearing from you!

About the CRC
Student Organization
Community Resources

All Recovery Meetings

Room 216, Memorial Hall

706-542-0285   •

Mailing Address
University Health Center
Attn: Health Promotion CRC
55 Carlton Street
Athens, GA 30602

Mon - Fri, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Faculty & Staff
Brittany Mauzy, LAPC
Liz Prince, MEd