- RECOVERY COACHING can significantly reduce the chances of relapse by working with the recovering client immediately after treatment or at anytime in their recovery.
- 80% of all addicts relapse within the first year of leaving a treatment center.
- The first 30-90 days following discharge is the window of greatest vulnerability for relapse after treatment, when approximately 30% of the discharged population will slip at least once.
- Between 25-35% of people who complete addiction treatment will be readmitted to treatment within one year, and 50% will be readmitted within five years.
- Recovery support services like coaching are one of the most effective tools in sustaining long-term recovery.
- So, no matter what monicker, as Recovery Coaching has many names: recovery support specialist, sober companion, sober coach, addiction coach, accountability partner, quit coach, addiction recovery coach, personal recovery assistant, peer recovery specialist, sober mentor or recovery coach, remember….
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(Source: Matching Alcoholism Treatments to Client Heterogeneity: Project MATCH Post-treatment Drinking Outcomes, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 1996)
What is a recovery coach?
This serves as an allegory for mental results from working with a recovery coach.