Sober Coaching: Partnering with You on the Road to Recovery

Q: How does someone with an addiction get help after an intervention?
A: A Sober Coach may be beneficial for individuals in early recovery.

We provide a comprehensive Sober Coaching Program that assists individuals with growth and success. Sober Coaching uses a strength-based model and places a high emphasis on improving present life and reaching goals for the future. The sober coach is an addition to a therapist, sober house manager and sponsor. We are the mortar between the bricks.

We provide a level of support and accountability that the recovery community, families and private practice therapist simply cannot provide. At Drew Horowitz & Associates, LLC we understand the array of barriers that prevents individuals from defining, joining and remaining in healthy environments. These barriers may be internal, such as low motivation, emotional struggles, medical conditions, mental health diagnosis or even spiritual confusion. There may also be external barriers that prevent them from safely meeting their needs related to housing, employment, nutrition, socialization and transportation.


Our goal is to assist our clients to overcome these barriers so that they can find and sustain recovery from addiction and mental health.

HOW DO WE DO THIS? Our program works around and between already scheduled events, such as treatment, therapy, AA meetings and personal obligations. We schedule 3-6 hours of individual coaching per week.

Our services are not intended to replace therapy or treatment. We are used to enhance the recovery and treatment experience by building off of existing treatment plans and client strengths.

Treatment may stop the storm, but rebuilding requires a solid plan of recovery.

Getting your loved one into a treatment center is only the beginning of the recovery process. Yes, your loved one is now in a safe place and is receiving the help they need.

Our sober coaches at Drew Horowitz & Associates ensure that your loved one receives effective treatment for long-term recovery.

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Does my loved one really need a sober coach ?

A sober coach may be beneficial for individuals in early recovery from addiction and mental health disorders. Most newly sober people are adjusting to a new way of life. Many have found a new sense of self and for the first time confident in their ability to move forward in life. They are living in a safe setting and possibly attending an outpatient program nearby. This is an excellent start! However, a lot happens between outpatient treatment, sober living and recovery meetings. For that reason, we look to fill those gaps to ensure sobriety and sustainability.

Contact Drew Horowitz & Associates today to learn more about how sober coach can help your loved one live a healthy, happy life in recovery from addictions.

What is relapse prevention, and how does it apply to my loved one?

Addiction isn’t “cured” during treatment. In fact, some statistics show that as many as 80% of treatment patients will relapse within five years of a treatment program.

As a family member, there are a number of things that you can do to help ensure your loved one’s success. A sober coach at Drew Horowitz & Associates will assist with a recovery plan for your loved one. They will have a wealth of resources available to help your loved one achieve the highest level of recovery possible.

Life gets so much better when we find help and healing for our pain. When we enter recovery, we find a new life that is better than ever before. Don’t spend another minute in the agony of addiction. Get help right now. We’re available 24/7 to take your call, text, email or chat.

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