Recovery@ is a network of students who gather for mutual support as they navigate the particular challenges of recovery at Wesleyan University. Recovery@ provides a safe space and supportive community for students in recovery seeking, or curious about recovery from addiction or harmful behaviors. Whether you are just beginning to define recovery for yourself or have been in it for a long time, you are welcome to join the community. 

Recovery is a multi-dimensional process and relationship — there is no single “right” way to engage with recovery. You do not need to be abstinent, or envision abstinence as an end goal, to access any of our recovery services. The only requirement for membership is that you be a student of the University in, seeking or curious about recovery. You define what recovery means to you, you are in recovery when you say you are.

Recovery@ social support group and is not treatment or therapy. 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. Being a part of Recovery@ also means that all students participating will voluntarily agree to respect the confidentiality of others and commit to creating a safe space that is rooted in the principles of recovery.

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.

Join the Recovery@ listserv here.

For questions or to obtain more information please email,

If you are in recovery or seeking recovery from 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

All Recovery Meetings, Thursdays from 5 - 6 PM, WesWell Recovery Lounge, 287 High St 

All Recovery Meetings - On-Campus!

As the name suggests, an all recovery meeting supports all pathways of recovery- you are in recovery when you say you are. Additionally, this meeting is not directly affiliated with any other recovery fellowship and we are not here to replace anyone’s existing program or pathway, but rather to enhance it and give us the chance to come together for support. 

Whether you are recovering from alcohol or substance use, gambling, or other addictions, you are welcome to our All Recovery Meetings!

Local Meetings

Local meeting groups have opted to stay virtual for the time being.  Below are resources our Recovery@ community can utilize to find virtual and in-person 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.