How can a Sober Companion Help me?
A sober companion is key when you have battled through the cycle of addiction in the fight of your life only to find yourself all alone with no one to keep you in line and no way to stay accountable in your early stages of recovery. One of the main reasons for so many relapses today is because newly detoxed individuals or newly clean addicts are left to their past vices and idol hands in some of the most crucial times of their recovery. Once a recovering addict is released from a structured program, they need some kind of structure and support in order to stay clean. Most relapses happen in the first 90 to 120 days of sobriety, so this is the time to focus all your resources on.
We here at The Addictions Coach https://theaddictioncoachonline.com 1-800-706-0318 have developed our Sober Companion program where we match you with one of our top certified sober coaches and send them to walk with you, side by side, through these early tempting and difficult times. We match your strengths, weaknesses and personality with a sober coach who best gives you the opportunity to stay clean and sober and grow within your sobriety.
According to your needs, a sober companion can stay with you 24 hours a day or as little as 3 hours a day. We do in-person and then can taper down to skype and phone as needed to keep you, the client, accountable. Remember, the first few days, weeks and months are the most critical time in your recovery, and you should NOT be left alone to fight your addiction alone.
A sponsor is not enough, they can help you with the 12 steps, but they are not there when you need them in person. A sober companion will help you with every facet of your life. Financial, life skills, coping skills, nutrition, fitness, and more.
Please call us today on 1-800-706-0318 and get information now on our successful Sober Companion program. Also check our testimonial page on the company web link and listen to the hours of videos of those who have used our sober companion program to stay clean and sober.