we must begin
Our Sober Coaches and Sober Companions are highly trained in confidentially working with clients to drive them on the road to long term recovery. We understand the moment that any alcoholic reaches a ‘rock bottom’. This is the moment when most alcoholics are likely to surrender. That moment of surrender is the first step in making that brave decision to STOP. Stop the life that has been so painful and begin a new life without addictive substances or behaviours.
Many of us lived in denial for many years, just hanging on by our fingertips. Unsatisfied with ourselves, with life and resorting to escape mechanisms. A bottle, a bag or a behaviour.
We have hurt ourselves, our loved ones and ‘want out’ from this pain but can’t see the way out ourselves. The way out from the insanity that is daily active addiction.
Many of our loved ones recognise there is a problem long before we can accept the truth.
But the truth is needed to find sobriety and keep it.
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Maintaining the Highest Standards of Ethical Conduct
Creating a fun and Highly interactive learning Environment
Always Keeping Interactions Private & Confidential
Striving to do things in your best interest
Clearly Documenting Expectations and Desire outcomes from the Start
A Sober Companion typically lives with the client for 30 days. It is the best bespoke recovery pathway we offer to discerning clients.
A Recovery Mentor is more than a coach. We deliver a reliable and repeatable recovery pathway for our clients.
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We offer a helping hand to families and friends of someone struggling. We can help you navigate the stresses of living with an alcoholic addict.
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