Colorado State University’s Ram Recovery community was founded in February of 2017. This is an inclusive community designed to provide support to enrolled and aspiring students pursuing a college degree. This community provides support for students on all paths and in all phases of recovery including substance use disorders, eating disorders, as well as process and other mental health disorders. Ram Recovery is a registered student organization within CSU’s Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement Office.

Ram Recovery is currently hosting All Recovery meetings.

Member meetings are every Wednesday from 5:30-6:30pm

In-person location: CSU Health and Medical Center, 151 W. Lake St, 3rd floor,  conference room 3013

Members can also join via zoom, meeting ID: 458 632 1147

COVID Update: We are currently meeting both in person, and online with zoom. Please attend whichever format is most comfortable to you.

Ram Recovery Leadership Team

Leah Winningham
Ram Recovery President

My sober date is 6/9/2018. Since I've been sober, I have been very active in the northern colorado recovery community. I’ve chaired women's AA meetings, extensively volunteered with Oxford House sober living, and was the president of Sobriety and Habits at Front Range Community College. I'm currently studying social work with a concentration in addiction counseling and plan on becoming a Certified addiction counselor. In my free time, I like to roller skate and spend time at home with my pets.

Leah.winningham@colostate.edu | 720.987.0419

Christie McDaniel
Ram Recovery Mental Health Advocate

Welcome Rams 🐏  

You’ve come to the right place to engage in support for what you are going through, and with us, you are never alone. Your recovery is a courageous journey to embark on. For me, it took the repercussions of suppressing and numbing of emotions, abusing substances, and hurting the ones I loved most for me to realize how I needed to turn my life around. I have been involved in a variety of programs for over 6 years now and my experience has led to my passion to help those who struggle with their mental health & addictive behavior. I work at an Addictions and Mental Health facility & I am studying Mind, Brain, & Behavior Psychology. I enjoy hiking mountains, writing poetry, and traveling! 

christy7@colostate.edu | 719.465.6779

 

 

 

How to learn more or get in touch with Ram Recovery:

Please check social media for meetings and events

Ram Recovery Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Peer mentorship is a significant component of the Ram Recovery Community. This type of support provides a way of connecting with peers who share lived experiences in recovery and demonstrate that recovery is possible. Peer mentors are different from professional staff in that they share personal stories, build friendship and, together, build a social support community that is essential to the recovery process.