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Southeastern Recovery Night

Southeastern Recovery Night is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem, and help others in their struggle with addiction. This Recovery Night is not A.A. or any other traditional 12- step program. It is however, our desire to recognize and affirm milestones of recovery in all 12-step programs, as well as addictions for which an appropriate 12-step group may not even exist.

Weekly at 5pm  - (room 2409 2nd floor of the Student Union Annex above Starbucks - Lion up Recovery) and through Zoom.  Email Recovery@southeastern.edu for Zoom link. 

 

LION UP Recovery Book Club

The LION UP Recovery Book Club is a weekly recovery book discussion support group. Join us as we read through the The Book of Narcotics Anonymous. The support group is open to all those who are interested. The purpose to bring faculty, staff, and students together for meaningful discussion around topics of  recovery. Participants discuss the reading, what they learned, and what they can related to. This support group hosts a moderator and a tag-pass format. 

Wednesdays at 11 am - Room 2409 2nd floor of the Student Union Annex (above Starbucks) - LION UP Recovery Suite - Email Recovery@southeastern.edu for Zoom Link. 

Smart Recovery

Smart Recovery is an abstinence-oriented, support group for individuals with addictive problems. Our support groups are self empowering which focus on ideas and techniques to help you change your life from one that is self-destructive and unhappy to one that is constructive and satisfying. SMART Recovery does not use labels like "addict" or "alcoholic".

Tuesdays at 4:30pm (Room 2409 2nd floor of the Student Union Annex - above the Starbucks) - LION UP Recovery Suite)

 

Refuge Recovery

 

Refuge Recovery is grounded in the belief that Buddhist principles and practices create a strong foundation for the addiction recovery process.  Wisdom and compassion enable those struggling with any form of addiction to become more mindful of their mental processes while also developing a deep understanding of the suffering that addiction has created and compassion for their own path.

Thursdays at 12:30

(Room 2409 - 2nd Floor of the Student Union Annex - Above Starbucks) - LION UP Recovery Suite)

Ripple Effect

Ripple Effect is a  support group designed to provide concerned significant others the tools they need to effectively support their loved one, without supporting the addictive behavior. The support group is open to anyone with a friend or family member who is struggling with substance misuse as well as those who may have been impacted by overdose or substance use of another at anytime. 

Tuesdays at 5:30pm -  Room 2409 - (2nd floor of the Student Union Annex - above Starbucks) - (Lion UP Recovery)

All Recovery Meeting for Faculty and Staff

The LION UP Recovery Program is offering an ALL Recovery meeting option to any faculty or staff member who identifies as being in recovery. The meeting will take place within the LION UP Recovery Suite (Room 2409 of the Student Union Annex). An All Recovery meeting is a blanket support group for those who identify as being in recovery from substance use disorders, eating disorders, process addictions or behavioral concerns. All pathways to recovery are welcome at this meeting. 

Dates and times TBA - for more information email, Recovery@Southeastern.edu

Overdose Awareness Day August 31, 2022

The World's annual campaign to end overdose, remember without stigma those who have died, and acknowledge the grief of the family and friends left behind. 

Recovery Month    September 

 National Recovery Month is a national observance held every September to promote and support new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, the emergence of a strong and proud recovery community, and the dedication of service providers and community members across the nation who make it recovery in all its forms possible.