Students support each other’s recovery while creating meaningful personal relationships based on friendship, recovery and their college experiences.

Some of the unique benefits to Recovery Housing are:

  • Recovery Housing is part of an on-campus residence hall.
  • A 12-month housing option.
  • Easy access to University resources such as VCU Health Services, Recovery Support Services, Counseling, medical services, and on-campus Recovery meetings.
  • There are peer leaders to support students in academic and career support.
  • Organized activities such as attendance at trips + activities, hikes, climbing, biking, intramurals and other campus events.

If you are interested in recovery housing:

  • Contact the Program Coordinator, Tom Bannard, recovery@vcu.edu or (804) 828-1360.
  • Our recovery housing is currently offered in 12 month, apartment-style dorms with single rooms.  
  • Complete Application
  • Interview with staff members regarding your desire and motivation to live in Recovery Housing (students should have maintained abstinence for at least three months).
  • After fulfilling all application requirements, students then may be offered an opportunity to participate in the program.
  • Students in Recovery are expected to abide by our 

To learn more about recovery housing, contact Tom Bannard, recovery@vcu.edu or (804) 828-1360.