Collegiate Recovery Group

Supporting and empowering students

The W&M Collegiate Recovery Group is a student-led program that offers a safe space and a community of support for students in recovery. It's a place to connect with other people who are working to better understand themselves and who are making often difficult changes so they can lead healthier lives. The group also works to raise awareness about the experiences of addiction and create a climate of support on campus. 

The group is an initiative of the New Leaf Clinic, William & Mary's on-campus substance abuse counseling clinic, in partnership with the Office of Health Promotion. It is facilitated by doctoral students in the School of Education's Clinical Mental Health & Addictions Counseling program. 

Attend a meeting

Our meetings honor all pathways to recovery, acknowledging differences and strengths. The meetings are an opportunity for social support that focuses on the hope and healing found in recovery. Come, socialize, share!

We typically meet the first and third Friday of every month in the Multipurpose Room of the McLeod Tyler Integrative Wellness Center. Follow the group on Facebook for additional details.


Questions? Contact Alex Hilert at [[e|ajhilert]].