Vanderbilt Recovery Support
Vanderbilt Recovery Support (VRS) provides a supportive and accountable community for individuals concerned about their alcohol or other drug misuse and those actively in recovery from addiction. This collegiate recovery program offers biweekly meetings, monthly seminars, and recovery housing (http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recoverysupport). Additionally, a support group for friends and family is offered.
- Vanderbilt Recovery Support meetings take place twice a week and are open to all staff, faculty, fellows, residents, undergraduate and graduate/professional students.Tuesday meetings take place in the VRS Lounge, located in the Center for Student Wellbeing. Thursday meetings take place at 8:00pm in Moore College, seminar classroom A117, located 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.
- Please contact Katherine DrotosCuthbert at 615-343-4740 or email@example.com with any questions.
If you are a student in recovery feel free to get connected with the Vanderbilt Recovery Support program before arriving on campus.
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For information about Vanderbilt Recovery Support (VRS), call 615-343-4740 or send a confidential email to firstname.lastname@example.org.