Bison Recovery Community
The Bison Recovery Community's (BRC) mission is to build a safe collegiate community to support individuals in recovery. This collegiate recovery program began in the Spring of 2015 with funding support from Transforming Youth Recovery. NDSU's BRC consists of NDSU students, faculty, and staff who are working diligently to carry out the BRC's mission. It is the group's desire to create a campus environment that not only supports community members who identify as in recovery, but to reduce the shame and stigma that often silences those individuals. If you are interested in learning more about the Bison Recovery Community, please contact us at email@example.com or contact Amber Bach-Gorman via phone at 701.231.7671.
Transforming Youth Recovery Video
Campus AA Group
A weekly on-campus Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting will be meeting the Memorial Union on Wednesdays at noon (please click here for location information). This is a closed meeting for any NDSU faculty, staff, or student who is experiencing difficulties with alcohol themselves (for open AA meetings in the Fargo-Moorhead community, please check local listings on the AA web site, http://www.aa.org/
For more information about this meeting and other recovery services at NDSU, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .