Nevada’s Recovery and Prevention (NRAP) is a collegiate recovery program (CRP) that provides an environment of support and peer connections for students and faculty. Recovery can look different for everyone. At NRAP, recovery is defined by making changes to improve health, live a self-directed life, and reach personal and academic goals.
- An inclusive community and on campus student lounge
- Recovery and wellness support through peer-to-peer services, academic advising, seminars, scholarships, leadership training, support group meetings and linkages to community resources
- Sober activities and peer connections for those in recovery, seeking recovery or interested in being part of a recovery community, including supportive friends and allies
- The ability to connect with others who are looking to live healthier and more balanced lives
- Growth through leadership and community service opportunities
All are welcome to stop by to study, have lunch, or talk with peers and staff.
The NevadaCARES Advocacy Center
NevadaCARES provides prevention opportunities campus wide and confidential advocacy services to those impacted by power-based violence.
- Sexual assault
- Relationship violence
- Non-consensual experiences
NevadaCARES advocates can assist through the process of working through feelings, identifying needs, and navigating resources on campus.
- Connection to resources
- Academic accommodations
- Appointment assistance
- Safety planning