Vanderbilt Recovery Support (VRS) provides caring and encouraging support services to assist students who are in recovery from substance use issues, and who are working towards success in their academic, social, personal, and professional lives. As students prosper due to the supportive recovery environment, they in turn become peer leaders and advocates for new members of VRS. By providing recovery support, students will contribute not only to the Vanderbilt Community but to the larger community, now and in the future.
New Day, New Location
VRS meetings will now take place on Thursdays at 8:00pm in Moore College, seminar classroom A117 in the Kissam Center. All interested individuals should meet as a group outside of the Kissam Center entrance off of West End Ave near the parking meters at 7:45pm, prior to the meeting. The meeting will begin promptly at 8pm. Access to the building is limited and individuals are highly encouraged to meet at 7:45pm to ensure entry into the building. Kissam Center is located on West End Avenue near 21st Avenue South and pay parking is available in the Warren/Moore metered parking spots and at the free meters located on West End Ave.
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Vanderbilt Recovery Support in collaboration with Work/Life Connections is pleased to offer Recovery Support Meetings on Tuesdays at noon beginning. The meetings are for staff, faculty, fellows, residents, and graduate/professional students and will be held in the lower level of the Medical Arts Building, room 029. Please contact Katherine Drotos Cuthbert at 615-343-4740 or email@example.com with any questions.
Need information about weekly student recovery support meetings?
Call Vanderbilt Recovery Support (VRS) at 615-343-4740 or Nico Doorn at 919-606-7392
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org