Providing collegiate institutions with the tools and resources to support their students through any level of the substance-use spectrum, whether it be prevention, connection to treatment or recovery.
What is a SAFE Campus?
Collegiate Recovery ★ Breaking Stigma ★ Changing Campus Culture ★ Creating Space for Students who Seek Help ★ Celebrating Healthy Lifestyle Change ★ Supporting Co-Occuring Mental Health Needs ★ Fostering Diverse and Inclusive Campuses ★ Building Support Networks ★ Providing Educational Tools for Administration, Staff, and Faculty ★ Access to Life-Saving Naloxone ★ Training ★ Public Awareness through Campus Campaigns ★Family Support ★ Technical Assistance ★ Alumni Engagement ★ Connection to Community Supports
SAFE Campuses is inviting all 4,500 collegiate institutions in the U.S. to engage in critical conversation about their campus response to the addiction fatality epidemic, with the goal of providing educational resources to students and faculty, offering technical assistance to new and existing collegiate recovery programs, and fostering inclusive campuses for students who struggle with substance use and co-occurring mental health.
The Collegiate Recovery Leadership Academy was created in 2018, through SAFE Project’s SAFE Campuses initiative. The goal of the Leadership Academy is to develop and cultivate future leaders from college campuses across the nation. The Leadership Academy is an academic year- long fellowship for any college student who is passionate about the intersection of collegiate recovery, leadership, and service to others. It is open to students who are in recovery, as well as recovery allies. Learn more about the Leadership Academy and apply here. *Applications will be accepted from July 1, 2019 – September 23, 2019*
National Internship Program
SAFE Project offers internships to current college students and those who have graduated within one year. The internship is designed for those who are passionate about fighting the addiction epidemic at the national level. Interns support our three key initiatives: SAFE Campuses, SAFE Communities, and SAFE Veterans; and work side-by-side with program directors, while simultaneously targeting their own professional development goals and enhancing their skills. Interested applicants should apply by clicking on the “apply” button below.
How has the addiction epidemic affected you? To share your story with other students become a SAFE Choices Speaker.