An effective approach to addiction wellness

We provide personalized, nonjudgmental peer coaching for those impacted by addiction, including loved ones. We don’t require sobriety or follow a one-size-fits-all program.

"It truly is a day at a time”

Terry Liggins grew up around drugs, gangs and violence. He survived his first drive-by shooting at 6 years old. But it wasn't until he was 30 that he received education surrounding trauma.

Today, if ever Terry feels tired of going on, he thinks of his daughter. That gives him everything he needs to keep believing in himself and the power of his recovery story.

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What our members say

Helping people get well is our most important work. We're honored to support our members as they overcome challenges, meet goals and thrive in whatever ways are important to them.

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Ask a coach: Self-care

Q: I’ve heard self-care isn’t selfish, but I don’t know how to make time for it. Where do I start?

A: The idea of self-care can feel incredibly overwhelming. It’s easy to keep “and-ing” ourselves until we’re paralyzed by stress. “I need to drink less coffee and eat more vegetables and go to bed earlier and stretch more and work out X many times a week...” The list is endless.

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Meet our coaches

All Face It TOGETHER coaches have personal experience with addiction, either directly themselves, as a close loved one or both. They have degrees in a range of fields and complete extensive training to become certified coaches.

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Donations help provide the support, education and relationships needed to make lasting change. Thanks to generous grants and sponsorships, we’re able to help those impacted by addiction overcome challenges and find lasting wellness.

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