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Collegiate Recovery Community

Thursday Apr 22 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Thinking about or trying to get sober? Join other TCU students who are finding success in their recovery!

The TCU Collegiate Recovery Community has hybrid (virtual and in-person) meetings–every Thursday at 6 PM central time in Jarvis 204! This is the perfect time to check it out and see what recovery is all about!

This fun and laid-back community is for all currently enrolled TCU students who have the desire to change their drinking or drug use. Meet other students who are finding success at these weekly open and anonymous meetings. You are not alone!

No membership or criteria to come; just show up! For the virtual option, email recoveryworks@tcu.edu for Zoom meeting info.

Non-students or community members who are interested in recovery support may contact recoveryworks@tcu.edu.

Follow @TCURecovery on Instagram to see the fun and encouragement from our TCU recovery community!

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

Collegiate Recovery Community
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

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Collegiate Recovery Community

Thursday May 6 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Thinking about or trying to get sober? Join other TCU students who are finding success in their recovery!

The TCU Collegiate Recovery Community has hybrid (virtual and in-person) meetings–every Thursday at 6 PM central time in Jarvis 204! This is the perfect time to check it out and see what recovery is all about!

This fun and laid-back community is for all currently enrolled TCU students who have the desire to change their drinking or drug use. Meet other students who are finding success at these weekly open and anonymous meetings. You are not alone!

No membership or criteria to come; just show up! For the virtual option, email recoveryworks@tcu.edu for Zoom meeting info.

Non-students or community members who are interested in recovery support may contact recoveryworks@tcu.edu.

Follow @TCURecovery on Instagram to see the fun and encouragement from our TCU recovery community!

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

Collegiate Recovery Community
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

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Collegiate Recovery Community

Thursday Apr 15 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Thinking about or trying to get sober? Join other TCU students who are finding success in their recovery!

The TCU Collegiate Recovery Community has hybrid (virtual and in-person) meetings–every Thursday at 6 PM central time in Jarvis 204! This is the perfect time to check it out and see what recovery is all about!

This fun and laid-back community is for all currently enrolled TCU students who have the desire to change their drinking or drug use. Meet other students who are finding success at these weekly open and anonymous meetings. You are not alone!

No membership or criteria to come; just show up! For the virtual option, email recoveryworks@tcu.edu for Zoom meeting info.

Non-students or community members who are interested in recovery support may contact recoveryworks@tcu.edu.

Follow @TCURecovery on Instagram to see the fun and encouragement from our TCU recovery community!

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

Collegiate Recovery Community
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

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Recovery Support Community

Thursday Mar 25 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Thinking about or trying to get sober? Join other TCU students who are finding success in their recovery!

The TCU Collegiate Recovery Community has hybrid (virtual and in-person) meetings–every Thursday at 6 PM central time in Jarvis 204! This is the perfect time to check it out and see what recovery is all about!

This fun and laid-back community is for all currently enrolled TCU students who have the desire to change their drinking or drug use. Meet other students who are finding success at these weekly open and anonymous meetings. You are not alone!

No membership or criteria to come; just show up! For the virtual option, email recoveryworks@tcu.edu for Zoom meeting info.

Non-students or community members who are interested in recovery support may contact recoveryworks@tcu.edu.

Follow @TCURecovery on Instagram to see the fun and encouragement from our TCU recovery community!

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

Recovery Support Community
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

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Recovery Support Community

Thursday Apr 1 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Thinking about or trying to get sober? Join other TCU students who are finding success in their recovery!

The TCU Collegiate Recovery Community has hybrid (virtual and in-person) meetings–every Thursday at 6 PM central time in Jarvis 204! This is the perfect time to check it out and see what recovery is all about!

This fun and laid-back community is for all currently enrolled TCU students who have the desire to change their drinking or drug use. Meet other students who are finding success at these weekly open and anonymous meetings. You are not alone!

No membership or criteria to come; just show up! For the virtual option, email recoveryworks@tcu.edu for Zoom meeting info.

Non-students or community members who are interested in recovery support may contact recoveryworks@tcu.edu.

Follow @TCURecovery on Instagram to see the fun and encouragement from our TCU recovery community!

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

Recovery Support Community
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

TCU TAE

The Alcohol Experiment Sign-Up

Tuesday Mar 23 - Mar 24 | 5:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Curious about sobriety? Would your life be happier if you were drinking less? Find out and experience the difference with the 30-day alcohol-free challenge!

The Alcohol Experiment at TCU starts March 25 through April 25, 2021! The support community will meet 4 times throughout the 30-day challenge. Fill out this form: https://tinyurl.com/TCUTAE to sign up and let us know which days/times you can meet!

Can you imagine having a great time socializing without alcohol? Sleeping better, having less anxiety, and actually feeling more relaxed *without* alcohol? The Alcohol Experiment at TCU doesn’t require any commitment from you. Simply take part in the challenges and allow the opportunity to show you how rewarding life can really be. You will feel healthier, look better, and be more confident in knowing you don’t *have* to drink to relax or enjoy yourself. The choice is yours!

The Alcohol Experiment at TCU offers a judgment-free support community for any TCU student who has ever wondered what life without alcohol is like. The rules are simple: Abstain from drinking for 30 days, show up to weekly meetings and just see how you feel. We equip you with science-backed information to address the cultural and emotional conditioning we experience around alcohol. The result is a mindful approach that puts you back in control. Learn what feels good for you. It’s your body, your mind, and your choice.

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

The Alcohol Experiment Sign-Up
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

Shamrockin Recovery CRC

Recovery Support Community

Thursday Mar 18 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Thinking about or trying to get sober? Join other TCU students who are finding success in their recovery!

The TCU Collegiate Recovery Community has hybrid (virtual and in-person) meetings–every Thursday at 6 PM central time in Jarvis 204! This is the perfect time to check it out and see what recovery is all about!

This fun and laid-back community is for all currently enrolled TCU students who have the desire to change their drinking or drug use. Meet other students who are finding success at these weekly open and anonymous meetings. You are not alone!

No membership or criteria to come; just show up! For the virtual option, email recoveryworks@tcu.edu for Zoom meeting info.

Non-students or community members who are interested in recovery support may contact recoveryworks@tcu.edu.

Follow @TCURecovery on Instagram to see the fun and encouragement from our TCU recovery community!

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

Recovery Support Community
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

TCU TAE

The Alcohol Experiment

Thursday Mar 25 - Apr 25 | 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

Curious about sobriety or mindfulness drinking? Learn more and take the 30-day alcohol-free challenge!

The Alcohol Experiment at TCU offers a judgment-free support community for any TCU student who has ever wondered what life without alcohol is like. The rules are simple: Abstain from drinking for 30 days, show up to a few weekly meetings and just see how you feel. We equip you with science-backed information to address the cultural and emotional conditioning we experience around alcohol. The result is a mindful approach that puts you back in control. Learn what feels good for you. It’s your body, your mind, and your choice.

The Alcohol Experiment at TCU starts March 25 through April 25, 2021! Can you imagine having a great time socializing without alcohol? Sleeping better, having less anxiety, and actually feeling more relaxed without alcohol? The Alcohol Experiment at TCU doesn’t require any commitment from you. Simply take part in the challenges and allow the opportunity to show you how rewarding life can really be. You will feel healthier, look better, and be more confident in knowing you don’t have to drink to relax or enjoy yourself. The choice is yours!

This TCU support community will meet 4 times throughout the 30-day challenge. Please go to the link below to fill out the form and let us know which days/times you can meet!

www.tinyurl.com/TCUTAE

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

The Alcohol Experiment
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

Shamrockin Recovery 11 to 1

Shamrockin’ Good Time in Recovery

Wednesday Mar 17 | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Join the TCU Collegiate Recovery Community outside the library by the Founder’s Statue for some FREE drinks…all green, in respect to St. Patrick’s Day! We are celebrating recovery by giving away a variety of GREEN soda, Gatorade, and sparkling water.

Come by for some fun trivia, refreshing drinks, and support your TCU peers in recovery!

Tuesday, March 17, 11am – 1pm
Founder’s Statue (near Library)

Founders Statues

Founders Statues
2905 South University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

Shamrockin’ Good Time in Recovery
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100

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Recovery Support Community

Thursday Mar 11 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Thinking about or trying to get sober? Join other TCU students who are finding success in their recovery!

The TCU Collegiate Recovery Community has hybrid (virtual and in-person) meetings–every Thursday at 6 PM central time in Jarvis 204! This is the perfect time to check it out and see what recovery is all about!

This fun and laid-back community is for all currently enrolled TCU students who have the desire to change their drinking or drug use. Meet other students who are finding success at these weekly open and anonymous meetings. You are not alone!

No membership or criteria to come; just show up! For the virtual option, email recoveryworks@tcu.edu for Zoom meeting info.

Non-students or community members who are interested in recovery support may contact recoveryworks@tcu.edu.

Follow @TCURecovery on Instagram to see the fun and encouragement from our TCU recovery community!

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Alcohol and Drug Education

Recovery Support Community
Alcohol & Drug Education (ADE) provides education and resources regarding alcohol and other drugs to the TCU community. Programs and services include individual alcohol and other drug screening assessments, brief counseling, educational presentations, peer education, leadership trainings, campus-wide prevention and awareness campaigns, and recovery support. Staff members are also available to help students intervene with friends about whom they are concerned.

Questions about this event?

Robin Gildenzopf

Email: r.zelek@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577100