Face it better, together
Our experienced coaches help guide you through the challenges you're facing around addiction.
Coaches are wellness partners who provide knowledge, support and practical tools. Our flexible, personalized approach means you get the support you need in a way that's convenient to your schedule. Sessions are typically scheduled weekly, but can be more or less often depending on your needs.
We also do our best to provide low- or no-cost coaching whenever possible. In 2020, more than 80% of all completed coaching sessions were provided at no cost to members. See our costs here.
If you're struggling
You choose your path and we'll be right there with you to help you succeed.
- Get emotional support from a peer.
- Develop effective strategies for behavior change.
- Learn practical skills to manage your addiction.
- Translate goals into action.
- Address barriers holding you back.
- Improve your relationships.
- Get extra support after a setback.
We can't wait to meet you
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.
Coach, Port Orange
Terri is one of Face It TOGETHER’s longest-serving coaches. She has a special interest in helping members with childhood trauma and criminal justice involvement, as well as those in the LGBTQIA+ community.Terri
Coach, Sioux Falls
Shannon grew up around addiction and struggled with her own meth and morphine addiction. She still drinks alcohol in moderation. She loves making people feel welcome and heard, no matter what they're going through.Shannon
Coach, Colorado Springs
Erik struggled with his cycle of addiction for nearly 20 years. After working from home during the pandemic, he realized he needed help.Erik
Michelle has extensive experience in the criminal justice field, where she worked closely with offenders to help them rebuild their lives.Michelle
Coach, Sioux Falls
Nick grew up in a family with alcohol addiction. His own problematic drinking was swept under the rug because he was an athlete. Today, exercise is a big part of his wellness, but he's passionate about helping people find what works for them.Nick