Crossroads

Programs & Events

For more event information or to be added to our weekly email list, contact crossroads@uncw.edu. Have questions or need accommodations? Call 910-962-4136.

Crossroads Volunteers!
Are you interested in helping with Crossroads programs and events? Join our email list and get updates on ways to help out with our programs, learn about alcohol and drugs, and get involved! To sign up, email crossroads@uncw.edu

Events

Happy Hour

Thursdays, Sharky's Game Room, 4-6pm
Enjoy free games and free food and find out what's happening on campus this weekend! Every Thursday at Sharky's Game Room!

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Ca$h Cab
More dates to come soon!

Be on the lookout for the Crossroads Ca$h Cab around campus with goodies and free rides to class! Follow @UNCWCrossroads to find us!

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Birthday Party!

Monthly Birthday Parties
Is your birthday this month? Stop by our table the first Wednesday of the month for free cupcakes and a birthday gift! Plus take a picture with our giant birthday cake! Free cupcakes for everyone plus tips on how to help your friends have a fun and safe celebration!

CRC Hawks Events

Collegiate Recovery Community Open Hours
The Hundley Health Education Center is open every week for students in recovery. We have good coffee, great company, open computers, and a safe space to study or hang out. Come by for our weekly dinner on Tuesday nights at 6:30pm

The Ripple Effect
The Ripple Effect is UNCW's peer support group for students who have been affected by addiction in their families and close relationships. Our goal is to learn wellness strategies, develop beneficial relationships, and support each other while fostering wellness and recovery. Bring your lunch if you like and come share your experiences and learn from others!

SMART Recovery
Please join us! No need to pre-register, walk-ins welcome. SMART Recovery is a support group for individuals who have chosen to abstain, or are considering abstinence, from any type of addictive behaviors (substances or activities). A SMART Recovery group lasts between 60-90 minutes, and provides time for individual support should a student wish to speak during the group. Group time is also dedicated to independently practicing specific skills using behavioral tools to help to cope with urges and cravings. This resource on campus is FREE and open to any interested UNCW students.

Seahawk Strength & Hope
Come celebrate recovery with other CRCHawks and show why you support recovery from drug and alcohol dependence. There will be speakers, information, students in recovery to answer questions, coffee and cookies! Sponsored by Crossroads and UNCW's Collegiate Recovery Community.

UNCW students have founded an open Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Tuesdays at 5:30pm in SRC 114

More info about UNCW's Collegiate Recovery Community