There are two ways to think about college, both equally prevalent in our cultural knowledge of the subject. The first is about doors opening: doors to opportunity for economic advancement and financial security, and doors to a deeper understanding of one’s own true self. The second conceptualization of college is also about discovery, but of
Sierra Castedo, Master of Public Health is the director of The Center for Students in Recovery at The University of Texas at Austin. Sierra is a person in long-term recovery, who first found recovery at the Center while a graduate student. She is a founding member of the Recovery-Oriented Community Collaborative and the Youth Recovery Network in Austin, Texas, and is the Southwest Region Representative for the Association of Recovery in Higher Education.Website: http://recovery.utexas.edu/
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