Recovery Coaches

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 Need some extra support in your recovery?

COA Recovery Coaches can help.

Trained and certified by COA with the CCAR Recovery Coach curriculum, Recovery Coaches serve as personal guides and mentors to people seeking or already in long term recovery. Coaches remove barriers & obstacles to recovery by connecting recoverees with resources, developing personalized wellness plans, monitoring progress and providing lots of encouragement. They act as a compliment to counseling, 12-Step programs, spiritual pursuits, community activities and other recovery support systems.

In addition to the Recovery Coach certification, many of the COA Recovery Coaches have training and expertise in healthcare, wellness, personal finance, spirituality and other essential life skills areas.  They may also provide other services to the recovery community. Some offer coaching services to COA clients on a pro bono basis, others charge for their time. Coaching sessions may be conducted in person or remotely (phone/email/Skype). Please contact each coach you are interested in working with for further details.

Jumpstart your recovery! Contact a COA Recovery Coach Today!
Cheryl
Breining Stankov
 
Category:Recovery Coaches
Cheryl Breining Stankov is a compassionate soul with a heart to heal. She also volunteers with COA thru COA North Jersey. “What’s more powerful than ADDICTION?” she asks.  “A support system and a coach that has the life experience and compassion to understand, help, guide and mentor. My life has been plagued with addiction: my father struggled with alcohol and I myself was captured by alcohol and drugs in my youth and mid twenties. I also have a 24 year old son who struggled, relapsed and lost his life in an accident. My heart is to help lead the recoveree to a path of stability, recovery and healing through the many resources tailored to meet the obstacles of addiction. If you are in need of encouragement and support for your recovery or if I can help in any way please contact me.” Cheryl has spoken out about New Jersey’s heroin crisis on CBS News and in the London Times. To listen to her recent appearance on COA Recovery Radio, click here. To contact Cheryl, click here

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