12 Step Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous is a twelve-step program that offers a process of recovery from alcoholism. USC provides a home to twelve-step groups in the University Religious Center (URC). There are several AA and other twelve-step program meetings held each week, and they provide a solution to anyone who is curious, baffled, desperate, or hopeless regarding their drinking or substance abuse. The meetings are open to the public but provide an anonymous environment in which people can turn their lives around.
Monday – Thursday, 6:00 – 7:00 pm in URC 102
Sundays, 7:30-8:30 pm in URC 102.
The Haven provides on-campus care and support for USC students struggling with mental health and substance use disorders so they can remain engaged in a successful and safe college experience.
The Haven at USC Recovery Residence
The Haven at USC RR is located in the University Gateway—a modern, mixed-use student apartment complex with 24-hour security, restaurants, and entertainment. Amenities include an on-site parking garage, a full gym, 24-hour concierge service, study rooms, and a state-of-the-art computer lounge. Haven residents live in furnished apartments with same-sex roommates, supporting each other’s recovery while forming lifelong friendships.
Click here for more information about The Haven Residential program.
We are an in-network, tier 1 provider for Aetna Student Health; we work with other insurance providers on an out-of-network basis. The Haven Outpatient Center is open to all college-track young adults, whether currently enrolled in a university or not.
For more information about other AA-based recovery programs, contact The Haven at USC at 888.224.2836.