Collegiate recovery programs (CRPs) provide support for students in recovery from substance use disorders. Little research exists examining factors relevant to this population, making it challenging to prioritize recovery and educational goals. This study used a national sample (N = 80) of students involved in CRPs to investigate the relationships among self-stigma, quality of life, psychological health, and vocational expectations. A regression model revealed these factors to explain 34% of self-stigmatizing views in this sample.
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