Data drop: Relationship impacts among persons with addiction
Individuals enrolled in peer coaching are more likely than not to have concerns related to their relationships with others. In our latest data drop, we evaluated how these concerns changed over time.
Data drop: 2021 member characteristics
In 2021, Face It TOGETHER (FIT) engaged 351 individuals from 32 states and two Canadian provinces. We took a look at their average demographics and challenges at baseline.
Evaluation brief: Principles and values
Most (93%) Face It TOGETHER members struggle with their principles and values when they first start coaching.
Data drop: Reducing stress
Addressing factors associated with high levels of stress is a common goal for the first 30 days of engagement with a FIT peer coach.
Data drop: Generational differences in support
A review of data collected since 2016 shows some interesting differences in relationships when comparing two age groups.
Data drop: Feeling well rested
After participating in peer coaching for 30 days, more than half our members report feeling fresh and rested when they wake up.
Data drop: Loved ones & compassion fatigue
Our loved one members – caregivers of those with addiction – report healthier routines, increased emotional satisfaction and improved rest after enrolling in peer coaching.
Data drop: Healthcare usage
After 60 days of coaching, most of our members no longer feel there is a financial barrier to accessing healthcare.
Data drop: Feeling well
After 30 days of coaching, 83% of our members feel better than the first day they met with their coach.
Data drop: Healthy lifestyles
After 30 days of coaching, 85% of our members with addiction have established daily activities to support their wellness.