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!
Powerful Tips for Staying Sober During the Holidays Relapse Prevention Posted on December 30th, 2012 Sourced from: http://www.promises.com/articles/relapse-prevention/holidays-sober/ Chilled bottles of fancy champagne to toast the New Year; elegant wines from all over the world meant to satisfy the most sophisticated palate at each holiday feast; open (and well-stocked) bars at holiday parties; and creamy […]
It’s hard to stay motivated and keep your head up when things start going the opposite way from what you want them to or think they may go. As college students, bad grades tend to get us down. Failed relationships are a big disappointment. Employment and career opportunities don’t always follow through with our expectations. […]
The Importance of Gratitude in Recovery Gratefulness as the Key to Success in Addiction Recovery – retrieved from: http://alcoholrehab.com/addiction-recovery/the-importance-of-gratitude-in-recovery/ When people are grateful for what they have, they will experience a great deal of happiness in their life. When the individual is constantly lamenting their lot, it will be impossible for them to find peace of […]
why change is so difficult (and 9 ways to make it easier). by BROCK HENRY Retrived from: http://strategicsimplicity.com/why-change-is-so-difficult-and-9-ways-to-make-it-easier Let’s face it…change is hard. It really is. Sometimes, it’s downright painful. Because of that, most of us (myself certainly included) tend to shy away from it. If we’re honest about it, “run” from it might […]