In addition to education and prevention, the ATOD Program supports establishing a collegiate recovery community. In this day and age, the stigma that comes with the word “addiction” sticks and becomes something that seems shameful, when it really isn’t. Through a collegiate recovery community, Beach Recovery, we aim to educate people about addiction to help remove the stigma and teach our community the facts about this disease. Recovery from substance dependence is a voluntarily maintained lifestyle characterized by sobriety, personal health, and community. It is critically important that our university campus provides a nurturing, affirming environment in which students seeking recovery or are in recovery can find peer support as well as other recovery support services while attaining a college education. Students participating in this community have educational, academic, advisory, community building, and programmatic opportunities that support their decision to maintain their recovery as well as achieve academic success while enjoying a genuine college experience free from alcohol and other drugs.
Linda Pena, MA, MS, CADC
Phone: (562) 985-1732
Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS), 562-985-4001
Student Recreation & Wellness Center (SRWC), 562-985-0775
Women’s Resource Center, 562-985-8576
University Police, 562-985-4101
Academic Advising, 562-985-4837
Disabled Student Services (DSS), 562-985-5401
* No meetings during the summer. Meetings will resume on Monday, August 22, 2016
When: Every Monday Night
Where: University Interfaith Center, at the Soroptimist House (located on Beach Drive next to the Nursing bldg.)
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No meetings during the summer. Meetings will resume on Wednesday, August 24 ,2016
When: Every Wednesday
Where: Student Health Services, Rm 268
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If you have any questions about these meetings please contact Heidi Ortiz at (562) 985-5859 or email@example.com
The process of recovering from addiction is a challenge. Using art to become in touch with one's feelings can work wonders in uncovering and unveiling emotions and clearing the path to recovery. No matter what your addiction, your progress or your past life, art can pave the way to clean living and a happy, healthy long life after the recovery process is over.
Come join us for a dayof Art & Soul! Open to all CSULB students who are in recovery and//or supports someone who is in recovery.
When: Thursday, September 15, 2016
Where: Speakers Platform
When: Wednesday, November 16, 2016