Recovery is a process!!
We’re here to help you through the process, to show you a way to put things back in order and make things right. A recovery coach handles life in the present and helps you make good choices moving forward.
We’ll show you a new way to live!!
What is a Recovery Coach
Recovery support services are designed and delivered by people who, themselves, have experienced both substance abuse disorder and recovery. They know what it’s like to be an addict, to struggle with the daily pressures and stress, to overcome the guilt, sadness, confusion, to try to find a job, rebuild careers, relationships, and self-esteem.
The purpose of recovery support services is to provide hope to those in recovery and to help them stay in recovery, thus reducing the likelihood of relapse. With their powerful message of hope, combined with the experience of others who have been successful in their recovery efforts, these services extend the clinical reach of treatment and go directly into the lives of people who most need them.
A Recovery Coach is a kind of “Life Coach” that helps clients make smart choices and healthy decisions, with the number-one priority being not picking up a drink or a drug that day, or acting out in their addiction. Hiring a Recovery Coach is like buying an insurance policy against relapse.
“People who have worked with a peer recovery coaches provide strong testimonies of the positive impacts of peer recovery support on their own recovery journeys. The research supports these experiences. While the body of research is still growing, there is mounting evidence that people receiving peer recovery coaching show reductions in substance use, improvement on a range of recovery outcomes, or both.”
Did you know that recovery coaches have hundreds of hours of certified training? Besides answering questions and being there for additional support, they can help you with health care, resources, jobs, housing, child care, and a lot more!!
A recovery coach can increase your chances of getting sober and staying sober.