Northeast State Students HOPE
Student Recovery Support Program
Students HOPE is a college-sponsored program with the mission of creating a collegiate recovery community within our campus culture. It is designed to provide an educational opportunity alongside recovery support to ensure students do not have to sacrifice one for
The purposes of Students HOPE are to:
- Provide a nurturing, affirming environment in which individuals recovering from addictive disorders or who have family members with addictive disorders, along with their allies, can find peer support while attaining a college education at Northeast State.
- Connect students to college resources.
- Connect students to community resources.
The Students HOPE sanctioned student organization is open to any student interested in membership. The club provides organizational activities, assistance and leadership to the collegiate recovery program by scheduling guest speakers, set up for the meeting space for the
weekly recovery groups, and planning and implementation of fundraisers to support the recovery program. Meetings are held monthly.
Two support groups will be facilitated bi-monthly:
- Recovery Group
- Family Support Group
This group provides support, education, and fellowship for students in recovery. The recovery group will be facilitated by a Peer Recovery Specialist and students in recovery.
Family Support Group
The family support group is facilitated by a professional counselor and students with a family member who has an addictive disorder.
Weekly community groups in the Tri-Cities area are available on
different days and times throughout the week. Sometimes it takes visiting
two or three different groups before one can find the right fit. Check out
these groups for locations, days and times that will meet your schedule.
Recovery Groups: AA, Celebrate Recovery, and NA
Family groups: Al-Anon and