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Collegiate Recovery-Addiction Program

A safe, supportive, and encouraging place to improve your health and wellness.


Collegiate Recovery intends to provide a safe and comfortable environment for students facing personal or family-related addiction and recovery from addiction. Ivy Tech’s Collegiate Recovery Program works to make its campus, policies, and education less stigmatizing for people facing addictions, while also providing specific spaces for those in recovery to meet others in recovery and have support throughout their education. 

Need support? 

Student Collegiate Recovery meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month, at 4pm in the Fisher Building Room 106B. If you wish to acquire more information or to speak privately, click the link below and our Coordinator will be in touch. 


  • Our goal is to provide effective, psychological services which promote individual growth and emotional health. We understand each person is unique and we strive to honor and respect the individuality of each student we support.

  • Information you share with your counselor will be kept in strict confidence. Information will not be disclosed to any college department or outside agency without your written permission.

    There are some situations in which we are legally obligated to disclose information or take action to protect you or others from harm: (a) if we believe that a child or vulnerable adult is being or has been subjected to abuse or neglect, we may be required to file a report with the appropriate government agency; (b) if we believe that you are a danger to yourself, we are obligated to seek hospitalization or to contact others who can help provide protection; (c) if we believe that you are a threat to others, we are required to take protective actions which may include notifying the potential victim, contacting the police, or seeking hospitalization for you; or (d) as otherwise required by law.

    The exceptions to confidentiality are rare.

  • Please click on the links below for self help and information. Asking for help can be difficult, but that is the first step in healing. If you need more help than what is offered below, please reach out.

    Psych2Go Videos

    Psych2Go is a mental health organization that posts bite-sized educational videos about mental health and relationships

    Kati Morton Videos

    Kati Morton, a licensed therapist, creates 10- to 20-minute videos every Monday that discuss the ins and outs of mental disorders.