Recovery Coaching

At Quigley Recovery Services, our recovery coaches are professionals who provide guidance, support, and accountability to individuals who are seeking to overcome addiction and maintain long-term recovery. Our recovery coaches work in a variety of settings, including treatment centers, sober living homes, and private practice. 

Our recovery coach's primary role is to help individuals navigate the challenges and obstacles that arise during the recovery process. They offer personalized assistance and create a supportive and non-judgmental environment to foster healing and growth. Our recovery coaches are typically individuals who have personal experience with addiction and have successfully maintained their own recovery, which allows them to relate to and understand the struggles faced by those in early recovery. 

Some of the key responsibilities of our recovery coaches include: 

Our recovery coaches work collaboratively with clients to empower them to take control of their own recovery, make informed decisions, and develop a strong support network. They provide guidance and assistance at various stages of the recovery process, whether it's during early sobriety, post-treatment, or long-term recovery. 

It's important to note that recovery coaches are not therapists or counselors. While they offer support and guidance, their role is distinct from clinical professionals. Recovery coaches complement the work of healthcare providers and treatment teams by providing ongoing support and helping individuals bridge the gap between treatment and everyday life. 

Overall, Quigley Recovery Services' recovery coaches play a vital role in helping individuals overcome addiction and establish a fulfilling life in recovery. By offering personalized support, encouragement, and practical tools, they contribute to the overall success and well-being of individuals seeking to build a healthier and happier life free from addiction.