- Building and Maintaining Motivation
- Coping with Urges
- Managing Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviors
- Living a Balanced Life
A recovery practice that engages body, mind, heart and spirit to produce extraordinary health.
A unique path to sobriety.
A Buddhist Path to Recovery
A comprehensive resource hub to find independent local support.
A holistic approach to sobriety. A great compliment or supplement to other recovery programs and therapies or as a first step towards healing.
- Hip Sobriety School and Group Coaching
12 Steps AA/NA
A global movement that embraces a holistic approach to recovery from addiction.
- emphasizes mind-body practices such as yoga and meditation, athletics, nutrition and community as part of an effective path to recovery and joy in life.
YPR: Young People in Recovery
Local community-led chapters to support young people in or seeking recovery by empowering them to obtain stable employment, secure suitable housing, and explore continuing education.
Dreamland – Sam Quinones
Integral Recovery – John Dupuy, MA
In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts – Gabor Maté MD
Rewired – Erica Spiegelman
What is a Recovery Coach?
A Recovery Coach is a peer in recovery who assists an individual develop a plan to navigate their path to recovery. A program developed by peers for peers.
Need a Recovery Coach?
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