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.
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: 915 5507 7743
COVID Update: We are currently keeping our meetings digital but may plan limited in-person activities that follow the CSU guidelines. For the most current information on this, please refer to our Facebook page.
Ram Recovery Leadership Team
How to learn more or get in touch with Ram Recovery:
Please check social media for meetings and events
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.