for navigating recovery


All of our services are based on combining talking sessions, accountability, activities together or between sessions, lived experiences in recovery, and the guidance of your greater team of professionals. We work with clients to develop new coping mechanisms for stress, wellness extending beyond abstinence, and the motivation to lead a holistic lifestyle. Our coaches and companions are trained in the principles of harm reduction and the chronic nature of substance use disorder and eating disorders. We seek to support clients during challenging times and direct you to the path that works best for you.


Recovery Coaches

A recovery coach is a person in long-term recovery who assists clients using their lived experience.  They meet with clients at set times throughout the week in order to develop a peer-based relationship. By adding a new level of accountability and assisting with communication, the coach assists the clinical team in achieving their goals while simultaneously helping the client to develop and achieve their own recovery goals. The coach will introduce the client to multiple pathways to recovery and offer assistance in the one they feel most confident in. A coach is a client’s personal guide through very difficult times, navigating through struggles while promoting recovery and removing any obstacles that they can. Their goal is to create the best possible chance of recovery for their client.

Providing those individuals struggling with the motivation and tools that they can use to begin working towards a healthier life.

Recovery Companions

The Recovery Companion’s primary goal is to offer mentorship and clear-cut directions for the client while also acting as a constant support system on their journey to recovery. Unlike coaches, companions will live with their client and assist in all aspects of their life, allowing them to constantly support and educate the client while the client is able to maintain the livelihood that they are accustomed to. The companion will be providing safety for the client and assisting in creating structure in their life. The service is designed to create a constant shadow of positive reinforcement and peer support.


Companions can assist clients who wish to further their education and professional goals by offering support and structure while they move forward with their goals. Companions work to encourage healthy coping mechanisms while supporting their clients in their daily activities. Perhaps most importantly, the companion works to build motivation in the client to use the tools at their disposal.

The companion works to build motivation in the client to use the tools at their disposal.

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Substance Use Disorder

Our Recovery Coaches and Recovery Companions specialize in the unique needs of individuals with substance use disorder. Read more at the link below to understand what it means to integrate our services into your early recovery. If you would like more information on how we can help, schedule a collaborative consultation below.

Eating Disorders

Eating Disorder Recovery is extremely difficult to navigate alone. Resources are often limited for those in eating disorder recovery depending on the region. Recovery Frameworks’ services are designed to fill out recovery teams, help those we work with to focus on their goals, and improve their quality of life. Reach out to us today if you are in need of help. If you are ready you can learn more below or schedule a collaborative consultation with us.

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Therapeutic Coaching

For mental health needs that fall outside of substance use disorder and eating disorders, Recovery Frameworks staffs clinicians who have been trained on the principles of coaching to address unique concerns. Click the link below or call today to see how we can support your needs.



Recovery Frameworks is proud to provide intervention services for individuals taking their first steps into recovery. The program is designed to assist individuals and their families with establishing the life skills and changes necessary for long-term health and recovery, preventing premature dropout from treatment services, and coordinating appropriate aftercare for the individual.

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