Are you in recovery, or interested in exploring recovery -- from any substance, behavior, pattern or relationship that causes suffering in your life?
We hold supportive, safe space for students on recovery journeys and their allies. You can connect with Students for Recovery in whatever way feels comfortable to you: send us an email, text Maureen at 413-374-0146 for a one-on-one chat, or join us for one of our weekly drop-in offerings, listed below. Newcomers and students exploring recovery are always welcome!
Students for Recovery is an informal group for students in any stage of their journey, and honors all pathways of recovery. We meet virtually to support each other in recovery, social and academic pursuits. This is a first step in a new initiative to create a recovery community on campus, and to move campus culture towards greater inclusivity of recovery identities.
Read more in our press release here.BCC Voices of Recovery March 25th, 2-3 PM Credit eligible Join us as we explore what it means to be a student in recovery through the power of personal narrative. Three BCC alums will share their recovery and educational journeys. Come listen and learn! We'll host a follow-up share-back hour over Zoom that evening from 5-6 PM.
Who We Are
Maureen Babineau, a person in long-term recovery and recovery consultant, and Hilary Costa, an ally and graduate intern in Personal Counseling, are co-coordinating this peer community.
We love hearing from you--if you're interested in being part of Students for Recovery, or have a question, please reach out to us at email@example.com!