Recovery Support Services
COUNSELING & CASE MANAGEMENT
- Individual Weekly Therapy
- Transitional and Post-treatment Reintegration
ADDICTIVE DISORDER ASSESSMENTS
- Evidence-based measurement and motivational interviewing
- Determination of Primary/Secondary Addictive Disorders
- Behavioral Addiction Assessment
REFERRALS AND RECOMENDATIONS FOR TREATMENT
- Referral to On-Campus Recovery Support
- Referral to Community-Based Supports
- Referral to Medical and Psychiatric Care
- Referral to In-patient, Out-patient, and Transitional Care
To make an appointment for personal counseling or an individual assessment contact
(470) 578-2538 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RECOVERY MEETING SCHEDULE
All of our recovery groups are closed. Closed meetings are for individuals who are in recovery and have a desire to recover. You do not have to be a student at KSU to attend our meetings. Anyone in recovery can attend.
Alcoholics Anonymous Courage to Change
Eating Disorders Anonymous
For more information about our meetings, please contact email@example.com or
CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF VIRTUAL MEETINGS AVAILABLE
(470) 578-2538. Currently all of our meetings are online only.
The Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery will host training sessions throughout the semester to teach students how to administer naloxone, a medication that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.
While KSU is practicing social distancing guidelines due to COVID-19, training will be through Microsoft Teams. KSU students, staff, and faculty all have access to Microsoft Teams through their Outlook accounts. Each person who signs up through Owl Life will receive instructions for participation to their KSU assigned email. Each person who attends & completes training is provided a free Naloxone kit. Naloxone kits will be mailed to KSU community members who are located in Georgia. Kits will also be available to be picked up when campus resumes in-person classes for those who complete virtual training.
At the end of this training the participants will be able to:
- Identify potential warning signs of an overdose
- Operate and administer Naloxone in the event of an overdose
- Identify how Naloxone works
- Understand the Georgia Medical Amnesty Law
Training is free for KSU students, faculty, and staff. Each person who attends and completes training is provided a free Naloxone kit. Sign up is required.CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP ON OWL LIFE
For people who use cannabis, a tolerance break can have multiple benefits. CYAAR would like to support you on this journey. This guide was designed to help anyone who might be thinking about taking a break from cannabis use. The T-Break Guide has short daily practices and tips for a 21-day tolerance break. You can click the image below to download the PDF and use it digitally, or print it out.