Committed to your success
At LSU, you'll find a supportive community where you can thrive academically, professionally, and personally. Through resources and connections, we reinforce students' decisions to engage in recovery from addiction or substance use disorders and become successful graduates and engaged citizens.
Collegiate Recovery can:
- Assist with your transition to campus
- Help you establish a community of support and resources to sustain your recovery
- Connect you with other students or staff to learn about recovery pathways and tools for your wellbeing
Go to a safe place and dial 911 or call:
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline available 24 hours: Dial 988 or chat online for free and confidential support now.
National Helpline for free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service call 1-800-662-HELP (4357).
ThePhone, 24-Hour Crisis and Emotional Support: Call or text 225-924-LSU1 (5781) or chat online with a Paraprofessional Counselor.
LSU Police at 225-578-3231
Once you are safe, consider filing a report with the police or submitting a report through LSU Cares.
Student Community in Recovery
Collegiate Recovery Community (CRCRC)
CRC at LSU is designed to create an environment in which all students, undergraduate and graduate, can interact socially and can be of maximum service to Louisiana State University and the local, state, and national communities. The students must be willing to support those in recovery, be in recovery themselves, or have the desire to recover.
LSU Meetings & Events
We support all pathways to recovery and define recovery as a lifelong commitment to pursuing optimal health and well-being.
Thrive on Campus
LSU offers an expansive network of resources and programs curated for your personal and academic success. Find community, coaching, and resources for your health, academics, career planning, fitness and nutrition, and more.
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