Are there any requirements to become a member of the Collegiate Recovery program?
No, we welcome individuals in all different stages of recovery. Members wishing to be eligible for scholarships need to be engaged. We do ask that you fill out our membership application though for staff’s purposes.
What can I expect from a meeting at The Center for Collegiate Recovery?
We have the ability to formulate groups/meetings designed to fit our student’s current needs. These will range from peer to peer support groups, process groups, educational workshops and experiential activities. While we may incorporate concepts from traditional 12 step fellowships, CCR is not a 12 step fellowship.
Do I need to do anything before I attend a meeting at the Center?
No, you are absolutely welcome to show up anytime! Feel free to contact Clayton Sponhaltz with any questions.
What if I’m not sure I’m an addict, can I come to a meeting anyways?
We congratulate you on getting to a place where you are thinking about this! We would love to have you come check out group or talk individually. We also have an Early Recovery program designed specifically for individuals seeking guidance on the potential of having an alcohol/drug addiction or other addiction issue. Contact us for more information.
What about confidentiality?
If we attend any of the meetings at UTSA or become a member of the program, does that information because public? We follow the Federal and State confidentiality laws and and we do not keep public records of attendance.
Are there scholarships available?
Yes, every semester students have the opportunity to apply for a CCR scholarship. To be eligible a student must a) be full time b) actively engaged in the program (min. 30 hrs.), c) demonstrate commitment to uphold UTSA’s principles and support CCR’s vision, d) have at least 6 months of healthy recovery.