Explore Our SAFE Campuses Resources
An academic year-long fellowship program for students who are passionate about the intersection of collegiate recovery, leadership, and advocacy.
A virtual program for university personnel who want to improve recovery support and overdose prevention services and capacity on campuses.
National Internship Program:
Are you passionate about fighting the addiction epidemic? If so, we want you on our team!
Working together to build recovery communities and support services.
What does recovery support look like on your campus? How can we create a more recovery supportive campus and community?
By participating in the Collegiate Recovery Census, you will gain valuable insights into the spectrum of support resources available for students in recovery at institutions of higher education across the country.
Blog Post: Is Your Campus Recovery Ready?
Half a million college students in recovery are coming your way. Consider the facts for a college student in 2021.
SAFE Campuses Expands to Continue the Mission of Transforming Youth RecoverySAFE Campuses expands their reach through transfer of valuable resource assets from Transforming Youth Recovery (TYR).
Guidance for Building a Collegiate Recovery ProgramCRPs help students obtain their education while having the resources, community, and supports they need to maintain their recovery in college.
Why You Need to Ask if Your Kid’s College Has a Recovery Program (Even if They Don’t Use Drugs)As children begin to consider what college or university to attend, it’s a good idea for their parents to ask whether the institutions being considered support students in recovery
Saving Lives in Your StateDespite its life-saving effects, barriers still exist at the state level to Naloxone access. Learn more about these barriers and how you can help promote awareness of naloxone in your community.
Jonathan Winnefeld’s Freshman EssayA powerful essay written by Jonathan Winnefeld as he entered his freshman year of college.