Campus-wide SMART Recovery Program on Tuesday, Sept. 28
It does not matter how slow you go, so long as you don’t stop.
Join the Fronk Scholars and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life for our Campus-wide SMART Recovery Program. This program is open to anyone looking for support around addictive behaviors, to help their friends or family, or simply a community of motivation and support.
Tuesday, Sept. 28
Hollis Center Classroom
We will have SMART Recovery meetings at this time and place every Tuesday thereafter.
SMART Recovery is a science-based program to help people manage their recovery from any type of addictive behavior. This includes addiction to substances, such as alcohol, nicotine or drugs, or behaviors, such as gambling, sex, eating, self-harming, etc.
SMART stands for Self-Management And Recovery Training. The organization was founded in 1994 in the United States. It has grown into a worldwide network of mutual-aid meetings in which participants can get help from others in recovery.
No single approach to recovery is right for everyone. Research suggests that mutual aid and professional treatment can help people who are in recovery; many people benefit from a combination of the two.
SMART Recovery helps participants decide if they have a problem, builds their motivation to change, and offers a set of proven tools and techniques to support recovery.
Questions? Contact Sensei Morris Sullivan, University chaplain and SMART-certified meeting facilitator, at [email protected]