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Substance Use Disorder Peer Recovery Coach Services

Taxonomy Code: RX-8470.8580

Programs that connect individuals who have a substance use disorder with a recovery coach who supports patients, family members and treatment personnel in launching the individual's recovery process or stabilizing recovery when needed. While they don't provide clinical services, recovery coaches, as people with lived addiction recovery experience, demonstrate that people can recover. They offer guidance in creating and following through with a recovery plan that reflects the individual's goals, provide support through the inevitable ups and downs, and hope to those living with an alcohol or drug use disorder. Some hospital emergency departments have outside recovery coaches on call, who connect with the client following an opioid overdose or other alcohol or drug related medical crisis. In other cases, clients are introduced to a recovery coach when they begin treatment in an inpatient program or at a community based outpatient treatment facility, or are connected through other channels e.g., outreach programs. Some people engage a recovery coach as a first step to help them figure out what other type of professionals/services they need while others get a recovery coach after rehabilitation to help them make the transition home and continue to support their sobriety.

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