Being a Recovery Ally

Recovery Ally Dawgs

Recovery Ally Dawgs is a student organization on campus designed to provide fellow student allies with an avenue to connect with Bulldogs in Recovery and help make Mississippi State University a more recovery-friendly campus. If you have a heart for supporting students in recovery or have made healthy changes in your life regarding substances/addictions but abstinence-based recovery isn’t the fit for you this is the student group is for you! Through outreach, events, fellowship and raising awareness, we are hoping to create a healthier campus regarding substance misuse while developing lifelong friendships along the way. Please contact (662) 325-3192 for more information!

Meeting Information: Meetings occur at the Bulldogs in Recovery House, 84 Morgan Ave, during the fall and spring semesters on Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:30 p.m. There are no dues or fees to join.

Recovery Ally Training

The Recovery Ally Training exists to expand recovery awareness, sensitivity, and support to any individual on Mississippi State University’s campus. Bulldogs in Recovery regularly hosts a 90-minute Recovery Ally Training for anyone who is interested in becoming a Recovery Ally. There are no dues or fees required in order to participate in the training. Please follow the Cowbell Connect link in order to view and register for an upcoming training.

What People Are Saying

“I found the training Jonah and Blake did very helpful. The passion and dedication they both showed were clear to see and greatly appreciated!"

“This was such a helpful experience. I’m recommending it to our faculty this week!”

Cowbell Connect