SP2 Quaker Peer Recovery

Quaker Peer Recovery is a student group that provides a safe space and empowering environment where students living in, or seeking, long-term recovery from substance use disorders, mental health illness, and other quality of life concerns can successfully realize their goals of academic success and an improved quality of life.

Vision: A collegiate atmosphere where all students in or seeking long-term recovery reach their maximum potential academically, emotionally, and professionally.

Values: peer accountability, honesty, acceptance, empowerment, and trust.

2019-2020 Officers

President
TBA

Vice President
TBA

Treasurer
TBA

Staff Advisor
Jenn Jones Clinkscales, MSW, LCSW

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