The Association of Recovery Schools offers two categories of membership: Institutional and Individual

Institutional Membership

Institutional membership is available to those schools, universities, research organizations, corporations, non-profits or treatment centers who are interested in recovery school issues and want to support ARS’ mission and goals through an annual membership. Annual membership fee for Institutional Members is $300 and includes:

  1. Eligibility for office on the Board of Directors and service on committees
  2. Discounts on annual conference registration and other educational and informational materials
  3. Advocacy for recovery schools at local, state and federal levels
  4. Participation and access to national database
  5. Eligibility for an ARS Recovery High School Accreditation

Checks for the membership fee ($300) can be mailed to the following address with “Institutional Membership” and your school’s name in the memo. You can also use the button below to make a payment online:

The Association of Recovery Schools
Attn: Sasha McLean
6221 Main Street
Houston, TX 77030

(Please specify “institutional membership” in the memo.)

2016 ARS Members

Institutional Members

ADASHN Inc. (Smart Recovery)

Advanced Recovery Systems

Anchor Learning Academy

Archway Academy

Bennington School

Bridge Way School

Carlbrook School

Caron Renaissance

Central HS Freedom School

CLEAN Cause Water

Client Care Solutions, Inc.

CMSEC

Collegiate Recovery Center at The University of Colorado-Boulder

Collegiate Recovery Program at the University of North Texas

Daytop Preparatory School

Detroit Lakes ISD

Expedition Therapy Associates LLC

Faces and Voices of Recovery

Fairbanks Treatment Center

Fairfield University

Grand Valley State University – ACES Office

Hardin Community School

Hope Academy

Horizon High School

Insight Program

Kent R.O.A.D.S. School(Recovery, Opportunity, Desire, Success)

King County Mental Health

Lakes Recovery School

Landmark Community School

Las Vegas ISD

Mission Academy

Newport Academy

NHS Human Services, Inc

North River Collaborative

Oregon State University, Student Health

Ostiguy High School

P.E.A.S.E. Academy

Preferred Family Healthcare- ALEX (Alternative Learning Experience)

RAFT Treatment Center, LLC

River Oak Center

Rochester Alternative Learning School

Serenity Academy of
Chicago

Serenity High School

Serenity House of Broward

Small Business Chamber of Commerce

Sunshine Prevention Center

Teen Recovery Solutions

Texas Tech – Center for the Study of Addiction

The Chris Atwood Foundation

The College of New Jersey (TCNJ)

The Mann Residential School

The McShin Foundation

The Ohio State University Collegiate Recovery Community

Townsend Community School

University High School

University of Houston, Cougars in Recovery

University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG)

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Counseling Center

Visions Day School

Waterford Academy

Waubun-Ogema-White Earth

Western Suffolk BOCES

Individual Members

Victor Alfandre

Shari Allwood

Dani Apter

Brad Baber

Carrie Bakken

Clark Ballard

David & Leigh Bay

Monique Bourgeois

Lynn Bratley

Linda Brown

David Cepeda

Deborah Dickensheets

Michael DeAgro

Melvyn Durchslag

Michael Durchslag

Andrew Finch

Meredith Fleming

Catherine Furnberg

Dr. Michael Galer

Andrea Geisler

Maggie Giles

Louis Gonzales

Shelly Green

Patricia Greene

Seth Harkins

Kristen Harper

Stephen Haskell

Rev. Thomas F.X. Hoar

Meredith Hodgkinson

Jan Hofmann

Ahmed Hosni

Bryce Kasuba

Eliza Kelly

Stephanie Kinney

Donald Misch

Chris and Laura Morrow

James Narin

Sarah Nerad

Crystal Nero

Maeve O’Neill

Leslie Patterson

Tim Price

Jeannie Richards

Cory Rosenkranz

Barbara Schuderer

John Schuderer

John Shiflet

Cortney A. Slobodnjak

Clayton Sponhaltz

Tracy A. Steen

Anna Trevino

Pamela Vaughan

Cindy Wanamaker

Danielle Weickert

Phyllis Wechsler

Jenney Wilder

Alyson Witmer

Nancy Wolf

Strategic Partners

We are in the midst of tremendous growth and revitalization for recovery schools across the country.We anticipate that each year will bring more exposure, more buzz and incredible pride for schools that support students in recovery. As a result, we see the need for more collaboration, support and mentorship among the organizations, institutions and agencies that are serving youth and families facing substance use disorders. Our primary focus will be on recovery high schools while supporting the recovery and educational goals of students after graduation.

ARS is appreciative of the following partnerships:

Association of Recovery and Higher Education (ARHE)

Association of Recovery Community Organizations (ARCO)

Drug Facts Week

Faces and Voices of Recovery

Healthcare.gov

Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs

Minnesota Recovery Connection

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

National Youth Recovery Foundation (NYRF)

Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)

Partnership for a Drug Free America

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)

The Stacie Mathewson Foundation

Young People in Recovery(YPR)

Individual Membership

Individual Membership is available to those individuals who are not affiliated with any particular organization, school or institution. Family members, donors, and persons who would like to support ARS through an Individual Membership can pay an annual fee of $50 which includes:

  1. Recognition as an individual member of the Association of Recovery Schools
  2. Opportunities for networking in Virtual Communities and at the annual conference
  3. Discounts on annual conference registration and other educational and informational materials
  4. Access to research materials

The Association of Recovery Schools is a recognized nonprofit organization under Section 501(c)(3).

Checks for membership fee ($50) can be mailed to the following address with your full name and “individual membership” in the memo. You may also use the button below to make this payment online:

The Association of Recovery Schools
Attn: Sasha McLean
6221 Main Street
Houston, TX 77030

(Please specify “individual membership” in the memo.)