Gonzaga remains committed to supporting students who identify as in recovery, exploring sobriety, or looking to make changes in their substance use, throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and associated university changes. For more information, contact Sydney, the Alcohol and Other Drugs Health Educator in OHP, at email@example.com.
Drop-in hours will be held virtually for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year. Follow the ZOOM links below to connect with recovery support.
Tuesday’s : 12:00 – 1:00 PM PST
Thursday’s : 3:30 – 4:30 PM PST
or Call: +1-669-900-9128
Meeting ID: 171 311 209
Weekly Recovery Meeting:
Wednesday’s : 3:30 – 4:30 PM PDT
or Call: +1-669-900-9128
Meeting ID: 964 852 245
The space provided by Gonzaga University for the purposes of the Collegiate Recovery Community is known as OUR House. OUR House provides a safe, recovery-positive environment where students can connect with other students who have similar lived experiences. Through involvement in OUR House, Zags in recovery will be empowered to take individual responsibility for their own health and well-being while belonging to a community of support.
We have an open door policy and invite all students curious about getting sober to contact us, or to attend one of our meetings.
Students will gather at OUR House, and the leader will have selected a topic for that meeting. Any student is welcome to talk about their experience with their addiction, current struggles, any questions they may have about sobriety, or whatever they would like to share pertaining to the topic. Students can also just come to the meetings and sit and listen!
If you are interested in pursuing help outside of the Gonzaga community check out the different resources below which are available throughout Spokane!
We have a fully equipped kitchen, with a full size refrigerator/freezer combination, a stove, oven, microwave, and of course a coffee maker. We have a sturdy wooden table in the kitchen that sits six people, and is another place that students can work on homework in the house. Students are free to use the kitchen for any purpose. There are also a lot of art supplies stored in the kitchen: crayons, colored pencils, markers, canvasses, and an assortment of other craft materials.
There is a desktop computer that is provided by the University for student usage, with lots of desk space surrounding the computer. We also have access to a printer, which prints in both black/white and color and is free of charge for students. There is an iHome to play music, or to listen to the radio. There is also a BluRay player connected to the TV and a landline phone available for emergency calls.
Other Amenities: there is a wheelchair ramp access for OUR House, a meeting room, a full bathroom, and a yoga/meditation room. We are really trying to provide a comfortable and safe space for students in recovery to gather and play games, watch TV, or study together. Please don’t hesitate to contact OHP staff for any alternate requests associated with the house.
OUR House is directly across from the Twohy residence hall on N. Cincinnati Street. The house has beautiful architecture and character, and is fully heated for our winter months. There is access to the high speed on-campus WiFi available at the house. Students that regularly attend meetings and events will have access to OUR House 24/7.