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Benefits of recovery coaching
As social beings, humans thrive on connection to other humans. Together, we can help each other overcome life’s biggest and most complicated challenges. A foundation of social support that makes us feel loved, empowered, and valued is vital to our overall health and can be an especially powerful and positive force in the addiction recovery process. During the early stages of recovering from drug or alcohol addiction, the brain and body need time to rebuild their strength. It’s a vulnerable time that can be negatively impacted by life stressors such as housing difficulties, problems at work, financial troubles, or unhealthy relationships. Embracing a network of support that provides a sense of security, safety, and belonging is one of the keys to a successful, lifelong recovery.
Community Recovery Partners (CRPs)
Our CRPs know first-hand about the impacts of addiction through their own lived experiences. Their role is to provide you with compassionate, non-judgmental guidance, support, and reassurance throughout your treatment and ongoing recovery. CRPs can provide services in the clinic, in the community, and even in the comfort of your own home through in-person visits or virtual telehealth services.
Your CRP will work with you closely to best understand your specific needs and act as your biggest advocate. They will help you identify and avoid stressors, address any issues that arise, and resolve any and all barriers to your recovery. They understand the importance of balancing treatment with your other life responsibilities, so you can utilize their support in a variety of ways.
With the help of your CRP...
You can gain the necessary skills and stability to navigate through recovery and restore your confidence. Whether you need a listening ear during a tough time or a hand to high-five after reaching a milestone, your CRP will stick with you through the ups and downs. No matter what happens, you can count on them to be a consistent advocate for your health and ensure that you get the necessary help to stay on the path of recovery.
how it works
Getting started with your Community Recovery Partner
Give us a call or walk into one of our locations.
Meet with your CRP virtually, at one of our clinics, or out in the local community.
Your CRP will provide you with their phone number, so you have a direct line to reach them if you need it.
resources & information
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