Campus recovery groups transform lives. Can they change the student body at large?

Posted on Oct 23, 2014 in Evidence-Based and Best Practices, Research Updates

“You were the first-ever president of the student recovery group at Penn State University,” I said to a woman I’ll call Sarah. “That meant you were one of the first people to talk publicly about your own addiction in a university with almost 100,000 undergraduate students. And you were only 21 years old. How did that feel?”

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