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Beach Recovery

In addition to education and prevention, the ATOD Program supports establishing a collegiate recovery community. In this day and age, the stigma that comes with the word “addiction” sticks and becomes something that seems shameful, when it really isn’t. Through a collegiate recovery community, Beach Recovery, we aim to educate people about addiction to help remove the stigma and teach our community the facts about this disease. Recovery from substance dependence is a voluntarily maintained lifestyle characterized by sobriety, personal health, and community. It is critically important that our university campus provides a nurturing, affirming environment in which students seeking recovery or are in recovery can find peer support as well as other recovery support services while attaining a college education. Students participating in this community have educational, academic, advisory, community building, and programmatic opportunities that support their decision to maintain their recovery as well as achieve academic success while enjoying a genuine college experience free from alcohol and other drugs.

Alcohol/ Drug Counseling

Linda Pena, MA, MS, CADC
Phone: (562) 985-1732
Email: linda.pena@csulb.edu

Additional On-Campus Student Recovery Support

Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS), 562-985-4001

Student Recreation & Wellness Center (SRWC), 562-985-0775

Women’s Resource Center, 562-985-8576

University Police, 562-985-4101

Academic Advising, 562-985-4837

Disabled Student Services (DSS), 562-985-5401

Community Support

  • Harbor Office Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Marijuana Anonymous
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • ICYPAA
    The International Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous (ICYPAA) was founded for the purpose of providing a setting for an annual celebration of sobriety among young people in AA. This meeting provides an opportunity for young AA's from all over the world to come together and share their experience, strength, and hope as members of Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • Socalypaa
    The Southern California Young People In Alcoholics Anonymous Conference
  • ManyFaces1Voice
    Join the movement. We are students, sons, daughters, moms, dads, friends, community leaders – all bringing the power and proof of recovery to our communities. Together we will challenge public perception and ultimately the public response to the addiction crisis.

Treatment Centers

For all CSULB students interested in supporting Beach Recovery, please contact Linda Peña at (562) 985-1732 or linda.pena@csulb.edu

Events

    Student Faces of Recovery

    Tuesday, November 4, 2014

    12:00pm

    Beach Auditorium (1st floor of the USU)

    Check out our flyer!

    Student Faces of Recovery Flyer

     

    Yoga Med

    Every Saturday

    9:00am-10:00am

    Kinesiology, Room 110B in the LifeFit Center

    Join us in promoting healthy recovery behaviors as we practice yoga and meditation!

     

    Weekly Walking Group

    Every Monday

    12pm-1pm

    Meet at Kinesiology, Room 106 (in the LifeFit Center

    Each week we will participate in mindful walking and good conversation while exploring our beautiful campus.

     

    If you would like to be part of this exciting team, please contact Linda Pena at: linda.pena@csulb.edu.

Open Recovery Meeting

Meeting open to all of those in recovery, seeking recovery, or supportive of the recovery lifestyle.

When: Every Tuesday from 4pm-5pm.

Where: LifeFit Center @ The Beach Rm. 110B (located in the north east corner of the Kinesiology building). Open to all those who support recovery.

If you have any questions, please contact Heather Mazzei at: heather.mazzei@csulb.edu

 

AA Meeting

When: Every Wednesday

Time: 12pm-1pm

Where: Student Health Services, Rm 268

If you have any questions about the AA meetings, please contact Linda Pena at (562) 985-1732.