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Mar 15 -Charlotte View: UNCC's Collegiate Recovery Community Program for Students with Addictions

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Charlotte View embraces the opportunity to help Marketing Specialist, Carol Rose, grow the first Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) Program in the UNC system. This is a message of hope and help and "Second Chances" for young adults dealing with any kind of addiction. Short Link: http://tobtr.com/s/4414045

During this interview, the program is explained and we listen, first-hand, to the stories of 2 recovering students, Hillary Belk and Chelsea Schmidt.

The CRC supports students in college who are in recovery from addiction (of all kinds) The CRC offers weekly 12 Step Meetings (both Alcoholic Anonymous AA and Narcotic Anonymous NA),  peer support, community service, seminars on recovery issues and "Game Night" on Wednesdays 6-8pm in the new CRC room room 121 , designed and furnished by Charlotte IKEA.

Statistics show that recovering students who attend a university with a CRC have 66%  chance of maintaining their sobriety in the first 3 years of school  and 86% of maintaining their sobriety within 4-6 years of attending school. CRC allows students to have a "typical" college experience.

CRC is looking for donations that would  raise funding for their tuition scholarship program. The CRC just gave two $1000 scholarships to two of our CRC students.

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