Tritons in Recovery

Service & Changemaking Category


Academic Year
2022
Purpose
Tritons in Recovery aims to promote recovery from substance use and harm reduction by offering support from peers and a safe space for students, faculty, and staff interested in seeking recovery and supporting loved ones in recovery. The main objective is to learn about recovery, encourage harm reduction, and provide other supportive resources by hosting social events that will aid in making connections with UC San Diego peers involved in recovery. In addition, Tritons in Recovery will collaborate with the Collegiate Recovery Program at UC San Diego by holding space to host Spirit of 12-step recovery meetings, SMART recovery meetings, and other recovery meetings to support substance use recovery and harm reduction on campus. Lastly, Tritons in Recovery supports inclusivity and welcomes all people from all backgrounds to participate in social events that are free from substances. Our mission is to break down barriers and stigmas associated with a person currently in or seeking recovery from substance use, and by doing so, this includes allies of recovery.
Created
10/18/2022
Status

Current

Organization Type
Undergraduate
Organization Email
tritonsinrecovery@gmail.com
Social Media
Tritons in Recovery Principal Members
Lauren Malekowlmalekow@ucsd.edu
Danielle Gardnerdngardner@ucsd.edu
Bailey Chabotbchabot@ucsd.edu
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Organization Constitution

CSI Advisor

Andy Hoffman 
Andy Hoffman
Student Organizations Advisor and Community Service Program Manager
To get involved and learn more about this student organization please contact the Principal Members above by email directly.

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