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Recovery Ally Training

About Recovery Ally Training

An interactive presentation on recovery from addiction, UCSD's Collegiate Recovery Program aims to eliminate stigma, and works to engage individuals on how to become a Recovery Ally.

Once you complete the training, you will receive a sticker that designates your space as a supportive environment for individuals in recovery. 

The CRP is constantly striving to foster an environment where students in or seeking recovery feel accepted by their peers, are encouraged to share about their recovery, feel comfortable asking for help and are celebrated by the community.  By becoming a Recovery Ally, you are declaring to students in or seeking recovery that you embody these ideals. 

Each training will cover:

  • High level overview of addiction and recovery
  • Addiction and recovery on campus
  • Recovery friendly language
  • How to connect students with the CRC
  • Ways to get involved as a Recovery Ally

Who should take this training?

Everyone! This training is available for students, faculty, staff, and community members. Recovery Ally Training is strongly recommended for any faculty or staff member interested in being an Ally for the student they engage with. This training will be led by HPS staff member.

Fall Quarter Training Dates

  • October 20, 2-3 PM
  • November 15, 10-11 AM
  • December 15, 2-3 PM

We are also able to schedule trainings for your department or organization. Contact collegiaterecovery@health.uscd.edu to find out more.

How do I sign up?

Email collegiaterecovery@health.ucsd.edu for training session information.