A Community Supportive of Sobriety
What We Are
Boston College Recovery Housing is a residential community within the BC campus for students who have made a commitment to their long term recovery from addiction.
Through a structured and supportive environment, students can maintain sobriety while continuing to develop as individuals, thrive academically, and foster supportive relationships with others in recovery.
The mission of Boston College Recovery Housing is to provide a safe, supportive, substance free, and enriching environment for gifted students in recovery who wish to maintain long term sobriety, continue their education, develop supportive relationships, and to inspire others by carrying the mission of hope to those entering recovery.
The Boston College Recovery Housing program intentionally integrates a holistic understanding of addiction with Boston College’s formational mission into a community based residential collegiate recovery program.
The BCRH program is strongly routed in a 12-Step tradition, and is integrated with elements of Jesuit Spirituality.
What We Expect
Active 12-Step Participation
Goal of developing long-term recovery
No consumption of alcohol and/or drugs
Engagement in Sponsorship
Participation in community service project
The Bottom Line
Maintaining sobriety and entering a life of recovery on a college campus is difficult—but it is not impossible. With the right environment and support, students are able to stay committed to their personal goals and continue to develop both as students and strong individuals.
How to Join
Achieve 60 days of sobriety
Complete BCRH Application
Personal Statement (1-2 pages).
If you would like more information about Recovery support at Boston College please contact Nicolas Sperry by email at email@example.com or by phone (617) 552-2366