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.

Kristen's message of hope for families

Kristen Goettsch doesn't have addiction herself, but it controlled her life for years. Her son, Caleb, started struggling when he was 14. She grappled with the pain, isolation and confusion that came along with addiction for years afterward.

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: The desire to quit drugs

Q: Can I make myself truly want to stop using?

A: In my experience, the desire to want to quit is a piece of the puzzle, but it’s not the whole puzzle. If you’re asking yourself this question, there’s probably a part of you that does truly want to stop, but you’re also afraid to deal with all the other pieces.

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We can't wait to meet you

We bring a variety of life experiences to our important work. We hope reading about our backgrounds will demystify coaching, introduce our areas of expertise and demonstrate recovery is possible. If you prefer a coach within a certain community that you don’t see represented here, we hope you’ll still consider reaching out. And if you’re comfortable sharing that feedback, we’d greatly appreciate it. We’d love to know what qualities are most important to you and will keep them top-of-mind while hiring new 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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