Time to Thrive

Time to Thrive is the Collegiate Recovery Community’s (CRC) social calendar that connects students with a shared goal to grow, flourish, and succeed in an environment free of substances. The program offers various opportunities to be creative, laugh, have fun, build meaningful relationships, learn wellness skills, explore the campus community, share strengths, and reach one’s fullest potential. Activities include a monthly community meal, movie screenings, art, gaming, fitness, volunteer activities, etc. Open to students who want to have fun and socially connect with others without the use of substances.


Empowering Students in Recovery

Thursdays at 6 p.m., Deweese Health Center, Conference Room A

A safe and confidential place for fellowship and support for Kent State Students. Meetings are open to students in recovery from substance abuse or exploring recovery as a life option.



Wednesdays at 5 p.m., Deweese Health Center, Lower Level
Facebook: @running2bwell
Running2bWell is a grassroots non-profit program that strives to help those in our community struggling with addiction or mental illnesses, and their families, encouraging a healthy lifestyle change with the following plan: Hosting regular group runs, meetings, and learning opportunities in the areas of diet, strength training, flexibility, and training plans, providing mentors to new runners, and preparing for/participating in a local 5k run. Running2BWell has collaborated with the CRC to bring this mental health and recovery support to the Kent State University campus.


Additional On-Campus Mutual Support Meetings

SMART Recovery

Wednesdays at 6 p.m.
DeWeese Health Center
Conference Room A, lower level

Alcoholics Anonymous

DeWeese Health Center
Conference Room A, lower level