Transforming Youth Recovery and their Grant Initiative œmore than tripled the number of recovery program efforts on college campuses, a complete list of which can be found at www.transformingyouthrecvoery.org/grant-initiative-update. These programs recent development represents the exponential growth of this movement in this recent period and is a testament to the surging popularity of the Collegiate Recovery movement. Although many of these communities are currently in their planning phases, others have become established well into their intermediate stages and beyond. The groundswell these many efforts represent is testament to the broad support for recovery supports on campuses and the health of the movement going forward.
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