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Recovery Frameworks' services can be tailored to address many individuals. Peer support, the philosophy behind coaching and companionship, has been researched and proven to be effective across numerous mood, anxiety, and behavior disorders. Recovery Frameworks maintains a roster of coaches and companions that are able to address substance use disorder, eating disorders, and certain mental health disorders.

Each disorder requires a unique approach and a specialized team. However, the philosophies behind each service remain the same. We seek to empower the individuals that we work with to develop ambitious goals, to hold them accountable to their goals, and to inspire them through both personal experience and rapport. Coaches and companions are present for the challenges and the breakthroughs that occur in early recovery. Case managers are available to provide resources local to you that utilize your strengths to support your recovery.


Substance Use

Substance Use Disorder occurs when the recurrent use of alcohol and/or drugs causes clinically significant impairment, including health problems, disability, and a failure to meet major responsibilities at work, school, or home.

Disordered Eating

Disordered eating occurs when an individual begins to experience disturbances in their eating behaviors and their thoughts and emotions related to food. When disordered eating progresses into an eating disorder, the disease is very serious and can often be fatal.


Mental Health

There are myriad mental health challenges that can impair an individual’s life, creating potential health problems and a failure to meet their responsibilities. Shame, guilt, and pain afflict both the victim and their loved ones.

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