NRAP’s R5K & Recovery Celebration is held to promote community health and wellness, celebrate individuals who identify as being in recovery and reduce the stigma often associated with substance use.
NRAP is a student-focused, peer-driven, collegiate recovery program, coordinated by the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT), a University approved center, located in the School of Public Health (SPH) at the University of Nevada. Reno (UNR). NRAP provides services to students who identify as being in recovery from substance use, mental health and other behavioral health issues. NRAP is located, on campus, on the first floor in the William Raggio Building (WRB) which allows students a space in between classes to drop-in and participate in supportive services, hang out with peers, and participate in activities while pursuing and meeting their educational goals.
By participating in this event, you have helped NRAP enhance, expand, and sustain programming for students such as additional mutual-aid support groups, mindfulness sessions and student leadership training. Likewise, funds raised will support NRAP Adventures – which include activities centered on fitness, health and outdoor experiences while building positive relationships with other sober/healthy students.
The NRAP community is grateful for your support and attendance to our 3rd Annual R5K!