Presentation Downloads – Keynotes


Tom Coderre, Senior Advisor to the Administrator, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration – The Future Depends on What We Do Today – Part 1

Tom Coderre, Senior Advisor to the Administrator, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration – The Future Depends on What We Do Today – Part 2

Alexandre B. Laudet, PhD, Director, Center for the Study of Addictions and Recovery, National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. – What have we learned from the first national study of Collegiate Recovery Programs? – Part 1

Alexandre B. Laudet, PhD, Director, Center for the Study of Addictions and Recovery, National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. – What have we learned from the first national study of Collegiate Recovery Programs? – Part 2

David K. Mineta, MSW, Deputy Director of Demand Reduction, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) – Supporting Recovery in Higher Education Settings

 

Presentation Downloads – Workshops


Colleen Camenisch, MBA, CEO, equilibrium-mbsr (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) – Mindfulness and its Role in Recovery

Nancy Carter Daniels, MA, EdS, Project Manager, You Are Linked – Using Social Media and Mobile Apps for Family Support and Recovery Advocacy

Sierra Castedo, Director, The Center for Students in Recovery, University of Texas at Austin; Robert Ashford, Program Director, Collegiate Recovery Program, University of North Texas – Leveraging Technology to Engage Students in Recovery – Presentation

Sierra Castedo, Director, The Center for Students in Recovery, University of Texas at Austin; Robert Ashford, Program Director, Collegiate Recovery Program, University of North Texas – Leveraging Technology to Engage Students in Recovery – Handout

Daniel Conroy, Director, CU Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC), University of Colorado-Boulder; Sam Randall, Coordinator, Collegiate Recovery Services, CU Collegiate Recovery Center, University of Colorado-Boulder – Community. Sobriety. Recovery: Building a Bigger Lifeboat – Part 1

Daniel Conroy, Director, CU Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC), University of Colorado-Boulder; Sam Randall, Coordinator, Collegiate Recovery Services, CU Collegiate Recovery Center, University of Colorado-Boulder – Community. Sobriety. Recovery: Building a Bigger Lifeboat – Part 2

Daniel Conroy, Director, CU Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC), University of Colorado-Boulder; Sam Randall, Coordinator, Collegiate Recovery Services, CU Collegiate Recovery Center, University of Colorado-Boulder – Community. Sobriety. Recovery: Building a Bigger Lifeboat – Part 3

Daniel Conroy, Director, CU Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC), University of Colorado-Boulder; Sam Randall, Coordinator, Collegiate Recovery Services, CU Collegiate Recovery Center, University of Colorado-Boulder – Community. Sobriety. Recovery: Building a Bigger Lifeboat – Part 4

Katherine Drotos Cuthbert, Coordinator, Wellness Programs and Alcohol Education, Vanderbilt Recovery Support, Vanderbilt University – Wellness and World-Changers: Helping Yourself to Help Others

Naomi Figley, CRC Undergraduate Assistant, Alcohol, Drug, & Violence Prevention Center, Student Health Services (SHS), Oregon State University; Erin Schulber, Pre-Dietetics Post-Baccalaureate, Oregon State University; Maren Vick, Exercise and Sport Science Student, Oregon State University – Oregon State University’s Holistic Approach to Recovery

Jordan Fugate, Peer Support Specialist, Nevada’s Prevention and Recovery Community, University of Nevada, Reno; Carina Rivera, MPH, Evaluation Research Coordinator, Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies, University of Nevada, Reno – Incorporating Problem Gambling Prevention and Recovery Support into a Collegiate Recovery Community

Kat Geiger, LSW, CSW-i, Therapist, Center for Hope of the Sierras – The Co-Occurrence of Substance Use Disorders and Eating Disorders: Identification and Treatment

Christopher Hart, Founding Partner, sr4 Partners; Erin Jones, MA, Consultant, sr4 Partners – Building Capacity for Collegiate Recovery across the United States: Insights from the 2015 Collegiate Recovery Asset Survey

Jo Harvey, MS, Prevention Coordinator for Student Services, University of Nevada, Reno; Meri Shadley, PhD, MFT, LCADC, LCS, Program Director, Nevada’s Recovery and Prevention Program (NRAP), University of Nevada, Reno; Ann Addington, Assistant Director for Health Promotion for Tobacco, Other Drugs, and Recovery, Ohio University; Shelby Delp, Graduate Assistant for Health Promotion for Tobacco, Other Drugs, and Recovery, Ohio University – Beyond Recovery to Prevention: Creating Cultural Change on Campus – Part 1

Jo Harvey, MS, Prevention Coordinator for Student Services, University of Nevada, Reno; Meri Shadley, PhD, MFT, LCADC, LCS, Program Director, Nevada’s Recovery and Prevention Program (NRAP), University of Nevada, Reno; Ann Addington, Assistant Director for Health Promotion for Tobacco, Other Drugs, and Recovery, Ohio University; Shelby Delp, Graduate Assistant for Health Promotion for Tobacco, Other Drugs, and Recovery, Ohio University – Beyond Recovery to Prevention: Creating Cultural Change on Campus – Part 2

Lisa Laitman, MSEd, LCADC, Director, Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) CAPS, Rutgers University; Thomas G. Kimball, PhD, LMFT, Director and George C. Miller Family Regents Professor, Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery, Texas Tech University – What does it take to have a Healthy Cohesive College Recovery Program? Join the Conversation!

Elizabeth Lang, MA, Coordinator, Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery, Kennesaw State University – Student Goals in Collegiate Recovery

Denise Quirk, MA, MFT, LCADC, NCGC-II, CPGC-S, Reno Problem Gambling Center; Colin Hodgen, MA, RENEGADE Counseling – Gambling 101: Gambling Concerns within the Collegiate Recovery World