What we offer

Recreational events and activities, skill-building and educational programs are just a start.

We have weekly meetings, movie nights, camping trips, barbecues, personal and professional development seminars and Adventure Leadership retreats through the Department of Recreational Sports. Most importantly, you’ll meet peers in recovery who can be a source of understanding and support.

Mentorship and fellowship are the key for many who are successful in recovery. Studies have found that these practices are linked to longer periods of sobriety.

The Clubhouse

Our Clubhouse is located in Dixon Lodge, on SW Jefferson and 11th. Access is from the east side of the building via the glass door facing into the quad.

Members have access to the Clubhouse to study, drink coffee, socialize, or just hang out – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It also serves as a private venue for our meetings and other programming. All members are asked to follow the Clubhouse rules (PDF).

For students interested in membership or learning more about the CRC can visit during our free coffee hours.

Interested in reserving the Clubhouse for a recovery-supportive meeting or event? Complete the reservation request form. All reservations are subject to the Clubhouse reservation agreement (PDF). After you submit the form, a CRC staff member will contact you about your request.