Life of Purpose Treatment presents “An Evening for Collegiate Recovery.” This benefit, featuring Dr. Cheryl Karcher and Ken Block and Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel, will support the UF Collegiate Recovery Community (UFCRC).
The Collegiate Recovery Movement is a nationwide effort to bring students with substance use disorders out of the shadows and into communities where their educational, psychosocial and interpersonal goals can be met through a system of care and support.
The University of Florida was the first in the state to develop an academic progression program that aims to provide a safe, healthy, welcoming environment for students to cultivate life skills and celebrate recovery successes.
The formal mission of the UFCRC is “to provide a supportive community where students in recovery can achieve academic successes while enjoying a genuine college experience free from alcohol and drugs.”
Support our Gators in recovery and enjoy an unforgettable event!