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The East Carolina University Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC), also known as ECU Recovery, is designed to provide educational opportunities, personal development, and social enhancement to students in recovery from mind-altering substances and to the allies that support their journey to a better self. The goal of ECU Recovery is to create a welcoming environment for all students of the University and to create a culture within the University that supports abstinence within a model of a recovery-based system of care. Simply put, East Carolina University finds value in every student and supports each student on an individualized level based on his/her needs.
Come visit our office located in the Center for Counseling and Student Development in Umstead 137 or give us a call at 252-328-6661 to learn more about ECU CRC! Our hope is that you will find a community of support to help you navigate your recovery in college. ECU CRC can refer you to campus and community resources, help with your transition to ECU, and assist with academic and financial aid contacts. ECU CRC is open to students from all different walks of life and will come together over our commonality of recovery. So come on by and check us out!
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To request a speaker for your event, please submit a completed form no less than two weeks prior to event. For more information, please email
or call the Center for Counseling and Student Development at 328-6661.
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