EPR - Texas


 

Our meeting schedules for the Summer 2014 semesters have been posted! Please take a look and join us when you can.

The North Texas Recovery Film Festival and Conference Call for Presentations (Workshops and Breakout Sessions) has now closed. The Student Poster Presentations Call has now opened!
Submit presentations here

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd Annual North Texas Recovery Film Festival and Conference is set for September 18th, 19th, and 20th this year at the University of North Texas. The event is again free to students and faculty of any educational institution, and nominal charge for the general public and professionals. This year also includes the introduction of the North Texas Recovery Conference, which will take place each day of the event from 10AM-4PM. The Call for Presentations (Workshops and Breakout Sessions) has now closed. The Student Poster Presentations Call has now opened, and may be accessed here. Deadlines for submission is June 28th, 2014. The Film Festival and Conference is the annual fundraising event for the Collegiate Recovery Program at UNT, and we greatly appreciate your support! Follow the link to purchase tickets.

For more information, including agenda and keynote speaker info, please visit the NTRFFC page.

Take a moment to watch our short documentary highlighting our members at the university of North Texas that are living in or supporting long-term recovery. Watch on as they detail their struggles and triumphs over the disease of addiction. Students and faculty also describe what they would like to see out of an official collegiate recovery program at the university.

Our Mission

Eagle Peer Recovery has been established at the University of North Texas for one simple purpose: To provide an environment of education and accountability in terms of addiction and long-term recovery. Through multi-faceted recovery meetings (12-step, HBE, SMART Recovery, PESN) and peer advocate training, E.P.R. aims to create a safe-haven for students either in or seeking active recovery, instead of active addiction. There is an estimated 586 students on the University of North Texas that are subject to benefit from such a program.


  Derived from the Texas Tech Collegiate Recovery Community formulas – 2010

 

  • Eagle Peer Recovery is unbiased in its membership policy - anyone who has a desire to learn, be in, or support long-term collegiate recovery is welcome.
  • We welcome the support and wisdom the voice of our family, friends and supporters bring to the conversation in our efforts to shape public policy.

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