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Recovery: A process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.


Students who want to live a sober lifestyle tend to isolate and have a difficult time connecting with other students.  NRAP was developed to provide a safe and fun community where students can meet others and not feel alone. Through our on-campus center students can drop in between classes, study, attend meetings, play video games, and most of all, make new friends.


Recovering and sober living students challenge today’s perceived norms of substance use on college campuses. To support them NRAP houses recovery and wellness meetings, provides opportunities to give back to others and their community, focuses on academic success, and allows students to grow in their mind, body, and spirit.


Students living a substance free lifestyle have the opportunity to celebrate each day and not have the past define their future. NRAP focuses on overall wellness with a goal of supporting students to find acceptance, happiness, fun, peace, success, and commitment to a healthy life. Connecting with others and growing individually allows our students to thrive during their college experience!

NRAPs Blog

New Beginnings! Old Habits?

  As we begin a new academic semester and everything is new and exciting all over again, how many of us find our-selves falling back into old habits and behaviors? No, I’m not talking about study habits… I should hope good study habits have become second nature, though nobody really perfects those until just about […]

SOBRIETY DOES NOT MEAN A BORING EXISTENCE on Monday, 14 July 2014. Posted in Breaking News   One major challenge that many recovering addicts face as they begin to incorporate themselves back into life outside of recovery is finding a way to be in social situations without succumbing to the desire to use. Many addicts face […]

The Fatality of Hard Drugs

Good evening all! This interesting article gave me a good look at the susceptibility mortality each addict faces depending on the drug they choose.   When I heard the news about Philip Seymour Hoffman just a few days ago I was shocked when I found out his whole story.  Prime facie, it look like he died […]

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