Collegiate Recovery Community
Stockton University is committed to a peer-driven recovery community. Members of this community benefit from ongoing counseling services, prevention initiatives, social support, and quality programming to support our students in their journey. The community of students support, advocate, and enjoy all the opportunities of a collegiate career.
Our goal is to champion lives of students in recovery, helping students achieve success and thrive in a living community of accountability and support. Recovery Housing is a place to make meaningful connections in a healthy, sober, social scene with the assistance of peer support and highly trained and licensedaddiction counselors.
How to Apply for Recovery Housing
Want to be a part of the Recovery Community?
- Must be a Stockton Student
- Be eligible to live in Campus housing
- In Person or telephone Interview with the Director of Counseling and the Assistant Director of Counseling– Addiction
- In Person or telephone consultation with the Director of Residential Life or designee
Phone: (609) 652-4332
Dr. Steven Radwanski, Executive Director of Residential Life
SUPPORT / RESOURCES
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: AA.ORG
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS: NA.ORG