Osprey Recovery Community
Stockton University is committed to a peer-driven recovery community. Members of this community benefit from ongoing counseling services, prevention initiatives, social support, and quality programming to support our students in their journey. The community of students support, advocate, and enjoy all the opportunities of a collegiate career.
Recovery Housing is home to a voluntary community of students who wish to live with others committed to recovery and provide support to each other so that all can excel academically, sustain recovery, and build lifelong friendships.
Stockton University is proud to offer on-campus housing dedicated to students in recovery from alcohol and/or drug dependence. Recovery House is an on-campus housing option that offers students the opportunity to have a fulfilling residential college experience living within a supportive community with other students in recovery. Residents receive recovery support from a licensed addiction counselor, as well as academic and career support. There are no signs identifying the Housing Unit in order to protect the anonymity and privacy of students who live there.
Our goal is to champion lives of students in recovery, helping students achieve success and thrive in a living community of accountability and support. Recovery Housing is a place to make meaningful connections in a healthy, sober, social scene with the assistance of peer support and highly trained and licensed addiction counselors.
Benefits of Stockton Recovery Housing
- There are no signs on the outside of the Housing Unit designating it to be “Recovery Housing”
- Recovery Housing is a 12-month housing option. Note: summer housing is in a different location.
- Students have easy access to university resources such as The Wellness Center, which includes Counseling, Alcohol & Other Drug Assistance Program & Psychiatric Services (CAPS), medical services, on-campus Recovery meetings, and recovery counseling.
- There is a designated Licensed Clinical Drug and Alcohol Counselor who advises students on academic and career support and provides oversight and supervision for the resident advisors.
Expectations for Living in Recovery Housing
- Students are expected to be engaged in an active Recovery Program of their choice and attend meetings (at least) twice a week while living in Recovery Housing.
- Additonal specific guidelines are reviewed during the interview process and again with all residents upon move-in.
- All expectations are created to hold the student accountable and aid in their engagment in their Recovery and with Stockton's larger community.
How to Apply for Recovery Housing
- Must be a Stockton Student
- Be eligible to live in Campus housing
- If you meet these requirements and are interseted in Applying for Recovery Housing, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We will then set up an interview reviewing your desire and motivation to live in Recovery Housing and see if you are a good fit for the program.
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