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 members, “Are you more hopeful?” “Is your employment more stable?” “Are things better at home?”

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

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Our Member Outcomes Report

We're proud to share our 2016-21 Member Outcomes Report. This isn't a traditional annual report, which is a decision we've made intentionally. Our approach at Face It TOGETHER is truly individualized – members drive their coaching sessions and subsequently define their own success. This is exactly why we don't present a coaching success rate. Our definition of success is as broad and unique as our members. No one number or metric will demonstrate the outcomes our members are experiencing.

Read our Member Outcomes Report here

Data drops

The knowledge discovery process used in our data drops provides valuable information. We use insights like those highlighted here to continually improve our peer coaching program, including the identification of training needs for coaches and additional programming for members. Our goal is to set members up for success in their wellness in whatever ways are most important to them.

Studies & research

Face It TOGETHER strives to provide information that is credible, trustworthy and meaningful. Additionally, we seek external publication as often as possible to validate our work. Below are some of our most important studies and reports.

2016-20 Coaching Outcomes Report
Impact Analysis of Loved One Peer Coaching on Persons with the Disease of Addiction
Coaching Impact Value Summary

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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 members 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 members and create a personalized plan of action. We're in the process of validating another assessment for loved ones called the Wellness Index. Stay tuned for updates! 

More about the RCI

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What data means to our members: A loved one case study

Like many loved ones, Yvettee said she had internalized a lot when it came to her son’s addiction. She used to feel like she was walking on eggshells, unsure of how to help but desperately wanting to.

Read her story