Coyotes for Recovery is a chartered student club. Our mission is to develop a culture of recovery for the California State University, San Bernardino campus community by providing safe, healthy, and empowering learning environments that promote physical and mental wellness to support students involved in recovery—those seeking recovery and allies who support those in recovery—from addictive disorders, traumas, or other related emotional difficulties.
The Coyotes for Recovery pursue a wide variety of pathways that support students seeking help on the CSUSB campus. We support all forms of recovery here including 12-Step Recovery, Refuge Recovery, Smart Recovery, and other proven social models with proven effectiveness for maintaining sobriety.
You can find many useful resources online. Below is a partial list of the many online resources regarding alcohol and drugs.
Please note that these are links to other websites. The CSUSB Alcohol and Other Drug Advisory Committee is not responsible for the accuracy or opinions contained in these sites. When you visit the following websites, you will be leaving the CSUSB Alcohol and Drug Education page, and a new window will open.
Boasts the largest collection of addiction information on the Internet.
A substance abuse prevention and education agency. 1-800-488-DRUG
The nation's medical specialty society dedicated to educating physicians and improving the treatment of individuals suffering from alcoholism and other addictions.
A unique think/action tank that engages all disciplines to study every form of substance abuse as it affects our society.
Substance abuse educational materials.
Promoting health and safety within the rave and nightclub community.
Information on drugs and their effects.
A fellowship of men and women who share experience, strength, and hope with each other in order to help others to recover from marijuana addiction.
An organizational overview and a look back at efforts to reduce stigma and to teach Americans that alcoholism and other drug addictions are preventable and treatable.
A source for publications and information on drugs.
(U.S. Department of Health and Human Services). Works to improve the quality and availability of prevention, treatment, and rehabilitative services in order to reduce illness, death, and disability from substance abuse.