We're here to help anyone impacted by alcohol and other drugs

We provide confidential, nonjudgmental peer coaching for those impacted by addiction, including loved ones. We don’t require sobriety or follow a one-size-fits-all program. We're here to help those we serve in ways that are most important to them, from navigating harm reduction to maintaining long-term sobriety. 

Face it better, together

We can help guide you through the challenges you're facing around alcohol and other drugs, whether you're struggling or you're worried about someone in your life who's struggling.

Coaches are wellness partners who provide knowledge, support and practical tools. We fall somewhere in between therapists and 12-step sponsors; coaches are very similar to mentors. Members often describe us as life coaches with a specialty in addiction.

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. More than 90% of all completed coaching sessions are provided at no cost to members. See our costs on our pricing page.

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If you're struggling

You choose your path and we'll be right there with you to help you succeed. You know what's best for your wellness. If you'd like to cut back on alcohol or another drug, or maybe stop using one substance but continue using another, we're here for you. If you're unsure if sobriety is best, we can explore the options together. If you're years into sobriety but feel like you need extra support, we'd love to help. We'll follow your lead without judgment.

  • Get emotional support from a peer
  • Develop effective strategies for behavior change
  • Learn practical skills
  • Translate goals into action
  • Address barriers holding you back
  • Improve your relationships
  • Get extra support after a setback

Get hope & help

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Help for loved ones

We reject tough love and focus on positive ways to help your person at risk. Compassion has been proven to be more effective than confrontation or detachment. We couple evidence-based and research-backed strategies with firsthand experience in our own families to support you on your journey. You can receive personalized help, even if your person at risk isn't enrolled in treatment or ready to make a change.

  • Establish healthy boundaries
  • Reduce conflict
  • Problem solve addiction-related challenges
  • Improve communication
  • Motivate your loved one toward change
  • Strengthen your own well-being

Start your journey

Meet our addiction wellness team

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.