Lions For Recovery

A student-run group dedicated to supporting the recovery community at Penn State through personal growth, service, and social activities.
OUR GOAL:
Our goal is to provide students in
recovery, desiring recovery, or allied
with recovery a supportive
organization where they can reach
their potential while enjoying an
authentic college experience free of
alcohol and drugs.
WHO CAN JOIN:
Any undergraduate or graduate Penn
State student committed to living
clean and sober or supportive of
sober living.
DUES/FEES: There are no dues or fees
for membership.
Lions for Recovery protects the anonymity
of all members.
WAYS TO GET INVOLVED:
  • Attend LFR meetings at 4pm on Fridays in 105 Pasquerilla.
  • Participate in our service activities
  • Attend family dinners and other meals
  • Join us for lunch on Wednesdays 11:45-1:30 in 105 Pasquerilla
  • Support recovery by attending Celebration of Recovery, held in October and April each year
  • Hold a leadership position (i.e. President, Vice President, Secretary, Webmaster, Treasurer)
  • Represent the LFR at the Association of Students About Service (ASAS) Convention at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas
  • Hangout or study in the CRC’s lounge with other members
  • Get involved in camping,  movie night, game nights, backpacking, and other recreational activities with other members
  • Help put up LFR announcements and distribute other materials
  • Be available to welcome new members and help recruit students in recovery to Penn State
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