The primary purpose of a Sober Coach or Recovery Coach is to assist and support adults and adolescents with their need to remain substance abuse free and improve their overall mental health. We are committed to the process of helping our clients improve their quality of life, build better coping skills, gain a sense of well being and lasting freedom from substance use disorders.
Doesn’t the person have to be ready to get help?Marc Dube2018-07-12T12:25:28-07:00
The answer to this question is no. A person does not have to be ready to get help. In our experience, most people suffering from addiction want freedom from it. Thinking it can be controlled is what makes addiction so cunning, baffling and powerful. Once it has taken hold, the inability to stop or stay stopped becomes very discouraging. As the dependency increases, the brain slips further and further into the confines of the disease. Ready or not, being rescued is sometimes the only way out.
How much does an intervention or Sober Coaching cost?Marc Dube2018-07-12T12:27:24-07:00
We can provide professional full time Sober Companions and Body-Guides, trained to deliver clients pre, post and during treatment to their destinations, with the knowledge that their transportation is safe from harm or unwelcome temptations.
What is an intervention?Marc Dube2018-07-12T12:13:44-07:00
An intervention is the first step towards addiction recovery. It is particularly relevant for inducing willingness to change in your loved one who may be resistant to accepting help e.g. treatment, detox, rehab, etc.
Alcohol Counselling & Drug CounsellingMarc Dube2018-07-12T12:16:40-07:00
Speaking with one of our expert alcohol counselling and drug counselling staff, in total confidence is the FIRST step on the road to a solution. With real experience we take the time to understand you and your situation to give you the best advice possible.
Marc has worked with several clients who have completed residential treatment programs and assists them with building and strengthening life skills, helping them continue to grow in a positive way and to incorporate recovery into their new lives.