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Clemson All In Recovery

Clemson All-In Recovery (CAIR) is a student organization aiming to support students interested in recovery from addictions, allies of recovery and/or anyone affected by addiction. The goal is to create a safe and healthy peer support environment to discuss problems and find solutions.

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Right now, our primary purpose is to make space for recovery-based meetings. Fellowship, friendship and support extend beyond the limits of our meeting times, though, because we also organize social activities for and among ourselves.

Don't be shy if you have questions – we are always happy to help!


All in-person meetings have been suspended in accordance to the Clemson University response to COVID-19.

Students who are interested in learning more about recovery from substances at Clemson can sign up on Tiger Quest for the Clemson All-In Recovery organization to receive more information. This will include more information about virtual recovery meetings for Clemson All-In Recovery on Tuesdays at 6 p.m.

If you are looking for AA or NA meetings during this time, please refer to local and national recourses on the Alcoholics Anonymous website (aa.org) or the Narcotics Anonymous website (na.org). If you would like more information about how to support someone who is going through alcohol-related problems, please visit Al-Anon (al-anon.org)


Gretchen Schober, President of Clemson All-In Recovery


Benjamin Martin, Vice President of Clemson All-In Recovery


Kelly Bollinger, Academic Advisor