how it works
Alpha 180 is a lifestyle support program for college student in sobriety. Though we are not part of the Greek system we function as a sober fraternity, incorporating brotherhood & sisterhood, community outreach, and fellowship through a common call to purpose. We are situated in the heart of the West Campus student housing district – walking distance from the University of Texas and Austin Community College.
Now Accepting Student Applications for Fall Semester 2017
Please Call (833) 257-4218 or Complete Our Contact Form at the Bottom of This Page.
A sober fraternity where college students will thrive – socially & academically … and in their recovery!
ALPHA 180 IS A PROGRAM FOR HIGHLY MOTIVATED YOUNG ADULTS WHO ARE READY TO PURSUE MAJOR LIFE GOALS IN SOBRIETY.
HOW ARE WE DIFFERENT?
Alpha 180 EXCLUSIVELY SERVES COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH A COMMITMENT TO SOBRIETY. WE PROVIDE RECOVERY AND ACADEMIC CASE MANAGEMENT, WORKING COLLABORATIVELY WITH STUDENTS TO SAFELY NAVIGATE COLLEGE IN EARLY RECOVERY. ALPHA 180 IS A PROGRAM FOR HIGHLY MOTIVATED YOUNG ADULTS WHO ARE READY TO LIVE, THRIVE, AND PURSUE MAJOR LIFE GOALS IN SOBRIETY!
ALPHA 180 IS WORKING COLLABORATIVELY WITH STUDENTS TO SAFELY NAVIGATE COLLEGE DURING EARLY RECOVERY
IF YOU ARE MOTIVATED, COMMITTED, AND PASSIONATE ABOUT YOUR RECOVERY,
THEN ALPHA 180 HAS A VISION FOR U!
WHO IS AN ALPHA 180 STUDENT?
Alpha 180 students have made a deeply personal decision to return to college because they want it. Alpha 180 students are not perfect, but follow guidelines and make suggestions. They are clinically stable, fully detoxed, and have a minimum of 90 days sobriety so they can commit to Alpha 180 for a minimum of one semester.
For new or returning students in need of transitional support, Alpha 180 will offer an Intensive Outpatient Program which meets three days a week for three hours each day. Students will meet individually with their case manager to develop a specific educational plan with a timeline and steps to achieve their goals. All Alpha 180 residents will attend 12-step meetings, work with a sponsor, and participate in service work. Prior to taking on a full college course load, some students may work part-time in the Austin community. We will offer regular organized activities such as hiking, camping, mountain biking, rock climbing, and more.
Alpha 180 News
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How to Successfully Navigate the Holidays in Recovery
Making the Holidays a Sober Success for Families
Keeping Recovery First
Dream Big: Thriving in Recovery Beyond Abstinence
Fear of Failure in Sobriety and College
Raising the Bar – Beyond Sobriety
More Than a Sober Fraternity – A Bridge to College in Recovery
Finding the Courage to further my education
Having Fun in Recovery
Three Steps to Staying Sober at a Music Festival
Seven Habits of Highly Successful Sober College Students
When is the right time to return to college in recovery?
A Balancing Act: Juggling Work and School in Early Recovery
In my family college wasn’t optional – it was expected
What is my WHY?
journey to experience freedom.
Let Us Help
There Is A Solution
Alpha180 Main Office
1904 Nueces St.
Phone: (833) 257-4218