HYPER: Helping Young People Experience Recovery at UNLV
WHAT: Peer support group for UNLV students in any stage of recovery. Based upon 12-step & harm reduction principles.
NOT: A formal AA or NA meeting, professional counseling or a replacement for addiction treatment program.
WHY: College can be stressful & you may need help staying sober. You are not alone! We want to support each other to be successful in college & beyond.
WHEN/WHERE: Meetings are held weekly. See below for this semester’s meeting day/time. Drop-in times & speaker programs may also be available.
Helping Young People Experience Recovery at UNLV is designed to create a supportive environment where students in recovery from addictive disorders can continue long-term recovery, interact socially, excel academically, be of maximum service to the UNLV, and the local, state, and national community.
Regular Peer-Support Meetings
- 12-Step Meeting
A face-to-face recovery meeting using a 12-Step format. We read and discuss 12-step literature and allow time for member sharing. Feel free to bring your lunch!
- Meeting Guidelines & Flow
Fall 2014 Meeting Schedule
- Wednesdays, 11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m., SRWC 1502 (room subject to change)
How to Join the Student Organization
- Login to MyUNLV
- Click on "UNLV Involvement Center" on the bottom left
- Click on "Organizations"
- Locate HYPER and add yourself!
- Foundation for Recovery
- Campus Recovery Programs
- Peer Education at UNLV
- Rebel Yell Article March 10, 2014
- Collegiate Recovery in Nevada