Recovery Coaching

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Recovery Coaches

A Recovery Coach is an individual with a lived experience who helps remove personal and environmental obstacles to recovery, links the newly recovering person to the recovery community, and serves as a guide and mentor in the management of personal and family recovery.

A Recovery Coach assists in understanding and accessing Substance Use Disorder services and supports.

A Recovery Coach models competency in recovery and on-going coping skills- utilizing their personal recovery story to mentor, encourage and inspire hope in the Recoveree.

We assist in identifying and removing barriers that make recovery challenging.

How we help:

Assist in identifying the customers personal pathway to Substance Use Recovery.

Assist in the engagement and coordination of Substance Use Disorder services, mental health services and community resources to best meet the customers goals as developed in their plan of service.

Provide flexible, creative services driven by the treatment planning process, incorporating community inclusion and natural supports.

Provide linkage to the recovery community.

Assist the customer in transitional to and between providers and community services related to substance use recovery.

Assist with fulfilling basic needs such as food, clothing, arranging for shelter, bathing, etc. as needed.

Facilitate customer in acquiring necessary skills and practicing all activities of daily life.