WFU Choices Collegiate Recovery Effort mission is to support and encourage young adult recovery and wellness by providing: confidential assessments and counseling services, check-in sessions, and linking students to on and off campus support services.
The WFU College Recovery Effort’s mission is to provide a supportive community where students in recovery can achieve academic success while enjoying a genuine college experience, free from alcohol and other drugs.
Students who are actively involved in recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction can join our program to help nurture their sobriety and their ability to excel in college.
WFU Collegiate Recovery Effort Services:
- Confidential individual alcohol and other drug and co-occurring counseling and therapy using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), or Narrative Therapy weekly, biweekly, or monthly.
- Clinical Case Management Services: clinical case management, with weekly check-in, for transitions into campus, recovery resources, and support for success on campus.
- Twelve-Step Meetings Off Campus:
- Weekly Alcoholic Anonymous Meetings: Young People’s Group (open to all) on Fridays at 8pm – Redeemer Presbyterian Church, 1038 Miller Street, Winston-Salem, NC (Open)
- Weekly Narcotics Anonymous Meetings: Free and Serene Group located in 302 Wingate Hall on campus at Wake Forest University which is on Sundays at 10:30 AM (Open)
- Community support for Wellness: linking students in recovery to campus resources for social, spiritual, occupational, financial, environmental, physical, intellectual, and emotional support. (Wake Forest University Student Health Service, University Counseling Center, Chaplin’s Office, Learning Assistance Center, & Campus Recreation).
- Organizing sober events to facilitate the development of substance free social outlets
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