Collegiate Recovery Support Services

Collegiate Recovery Support Services

O.U.R. Mission

The mission of O.U.R. House is to create a supportive environment to promote healing and on-going sobriety for students in recovery or at risk for substance use and abuse. This mission is supported by programmatic efforts for recovery, alternatives to alcohol and drug use, strategies and resources for maintaining sobriety and community of belonging promoting recovery, wellness, and academic success through cura personalis

O.U.R. Vision

Guided by Jesuit values, the vision of vibrant community that sustains a network of resources, support, acceptance, and service through an integrative living and learning model to empower individuals for academic and recovery success. 

Recovery Support Services:

  • Weekly 12-step Meetings
  • Weekly al-Anon Meetings
  • Counseling Services
  • Referral Services and Assistance 
Why at Gonzaga University?:
In 2012 a generous donation made it possible for Gonzaga University to dedicate space for a recovery support center for students who are in recovery. Caring for the whole person (cura personalis) is a Jesuit ideal that we honor and carry forth through our mission to assist all students in our community. we are eternally grateful for the opportunity to provide this resource. 

The Collegiate Recovery Community:

A Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) provides programs specifically designed for students in recovery. CRC's provide academic services as well as recovery care. All students involved must be in recovery and dedicated to staying sober and growing in their education. There are currently about 20 colleges in the CRC all with varying programs, housing opportunities, and levels of support systems. O.U.R. House is the latest addition to the CRC and will provide Gonzaga's student recovery population with the support and resources needed to be successful in their college experience. 

O.U.R.  (Our Unique Recovery) House:

O.U.R. House will be home to different programs and events that are offered both in the house and in the greater campus community. There are plenty of educational material as well as resources and referral services to assist in any of your recovery needs. Community service and other outreach programs will also be available throughout the year. 


A program designed to provide students in recovery a community of support that emphasizes academic achievement, peer mentorship and comrade as well as assistance in the continuation of recovery. 

How to get involved:

O.U.R. house has an open door policy for those students currently in recovery. For specific information on when support meetings will be taking place, contact the Student Wellness Resource Center (509) 313-5921 or