TTU Partnership

Aspire Recovery Centers of Texas and Texas Tech University and the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities have entered into an innovative and mutually rewarding partnership.

Preparing to Attend the Collegiate Recovery Community

The continuum of care for collegiate-aged individuals in substance abuse treatment involves multiple stages. With Primary Treatment often beginning the continuum, there follows a 6-12 month wait and significant practical and emotional preparation before an individual is ready to attend a Collegiate Recovery Community. In this vital stage of a young persons journey, they establish their identity as a person in recovery and incorporate newly learned coping skills into daily living. These skills are essential in dealing with the future pressures of academic life.

How Aspire Helps

Aspire Recovery Centers of Texas and their Accredited Collegiate Extended Care programs are focused on providing the supports necessary for young people to successfully navigate the first year of recovery and eventually return to college. With multiple locations in Texas providing the highest quality Outpatient Treatment, Sober Living, and Recovery Coaching individuals are able to use the first 6-12 months of recovery to build self-esteem, learn responsibility, develop a positive peer group, and begin the reentry process to college.

Our Common Goals

This partnership is focused on collaboratively guiding newly sober individuals in the direction of success. Since 2008 Aspire Recovery Centers has been committed to assisting recovering individuals prepare for reentry to the college setting. The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities at Texas Tech University then guides them through college. This partnership is a joint effort to help people succeed. Although participation in Aspire Collegiate Extended Care is no guarantee of admission to Texas Tech University or The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities, there have been numerous dedicated hardworking Aspire Alumni graduate from Texas Tech University.

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