recovery dorm
 n.— « Ben is trying to stay away from booze and Case Western is doing its part by offering him a spot at a “recovery dorm.” The residence—with sparse landscaping and bare-bones furniture—looks like a fraternity house, only cleaner and lacking a beer keg on the back porch. It’s the university’s experiment to help students with drinking and drug abuse problems cope with the high-pressure environment of university.» —“‘Recovery dorms’ offer student support” in Cleveland, Ohio CNN Jan. 17, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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