Recovery@ is a network of students who gather for mutual support as they navigate the particular challenges of recovery at Wesleyan University.

The only requirement for membership is that you be a student of the University in or seeking recovery from alcohol and/or drugs.  Recovery@ is not formal therapy of any kind.  Our primary purpose is to support one another in making recovery at Wesleyan as enjoyable as possible.

We come together once a month during the academic year for fellowship and discussion.  We support each other for the rest of the month by texts, emails, social engagements, and AA and NA  meetings in the Middletown community.

To obtain more information or join the network please email,

If you are in recovery or seeking recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction and would like confidential resources or support please call or visit:

Counseling and Psychological Services: 860-685-2910 or

Office of Religious and Spiritual Life: 860-685-2278

Campus Meetings

Due to COVID-19 and to protect the health and safety of the Wesleyan and Middletown communities, meeting groups have opted to stay virtual for the time being.  Below are resources our Recovery@ community can utilize to find virtual meetings till we can safely resume in-person and on-campus meetings.

WesWell collaborates and has a wonderful working relationship with the Recovery 101 NA group in Middletown. All people in recovery are welcome at this meeting. Meetings are held on Tuesdays at 5:30 online, the group will return to campus when members feel comfortable given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Email to be connected with a member of the Recovery 101 group.


Please email with any questions or requests.