Proof that it works? We've got the data.

The world has one data point for addiction wellness — sobriety. We don't buy that.

We focus on all aspects of life. We ask our clients, “Are you more hopeful?” “Is your employment more stable?” “Are things better at home?” And yes, “Have you used?”

These and many other measurements prove that our clients are doing better. And doing better — not just being sober — is what gets people well.

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2017 Annual Report

Learn more about our coaching outcomes, client satisfaction and other key data in our annual report.

Read the Annual Report

Evaluation Briefs

These short one-page briefs dive into a single evaluation topic around our work.

Positive Change After Coaching
Enjoying Life and Getting Well
Recovery Capital Index
Risk Reduction
Impact on Loved Ones
Recovery Capital Index and Use

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Recovery Capital Index

How we measure addiction wellness

Sobriety alone doesn't tell us much about changes in a person's whole wellbeing.

Our proprietary measurement tool gives clients a true picture of their addiction wellness – in more than 26 areas covering emotional, mental and physical health.

We use that data to connect the dots for our clients and create a personalized plan of action.

More about the RCI

Recent data

78%

Agree their coach had the skills to help

182 days

Average days engaged in coaching

69%

Of loved one clients stopped compromising values

Data-driven approach

David Whitesock, now our Chief Innovation Officer, shares his personal story and his passion for using data to power improvements in addiction care.