If you or a loved one is struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction, we are here to help. Reach out to Mountainside by calling 888 833 4676.
What is Recovery Coaching? It is a program that provides those recovering from addiction with support and assistance from a certified recovery coach to safely move forward through the vulnerable time immediately following in-patient treatment.
A good recovery coach is a leader, a mentor, a partner, a therapist, a spiritual guide, and a cheerleader. They are there for you, day or night. They help you create a plan and achieve your goals. They keep you accountable. They connect you to important resources. They help you relearn how to communicate and reconnect with your family. They reintroduce you to sober fun. Having a recovery coach reduces the risk of relapse and promotes a healthy lifestyle.
What is a Recovery Coach?
Recovery coaches are certified professionals. They support individuals who are in recovery programs for addiction and help those individuals to create a recovery plan. Recovery coaches serve as mentors and cheerleaders, but are also certified to perform client intake interviews, lead group and individual sessions, and collaborate with other staff at rehab treatment facilities.
To learn more about the Recovery Coaching program, call 1-888-833-4676 or visit our Recovery Coaching Program page.
Maintaining Boundaries in Tight Spaces
Establishing boundaries are key to long-term recovery but maintaining them can be difficult during this time of quarantine. Alex Lahr, recovery coach coordinator, shares her tips for how to keep your boundaries and your sobriety during this difficult time.
20 Ways to Stay Sober During Social Isolation
Need some tips on how to protect your recovery during these times of stress and anxiety? Find out what others in recovery are doing to stay sober during social isolation.