THE WILLOW CENTER NEWS
On February 29th, The Willow Center, along with other recovery advocates and treatment providers, was invited to have an important conversation with Senator Joe Donnelly about CARA (Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act) legislation. It’s always an honor to have a voice at the table on behalf of people who desperately need our help.
For Immediate Release
The Willow Center announces Coaches for Recovery:
A life and recovery coaching program offered in person and over the phone
BROWNSBURG, Ind. (July 13, 2015) – The Willow Center, an outpatient addiction treatment and recovery facility, is now offering Coaches for Recovery, a program for clients interested in additional support following formal treatment. This program is designed to strengthen and extend periods of abstinence, reduce frequency of relapse and reduce the financial implications of repeated treatment. Coaches for Recovery is led by Ashley English and Justin Phillips, who are both professional life coaches specializing in recovery from addictions.
“We understand that formal treatment is just the beginning of the life-long recovery process,” said The Willow Center Founder and Executive Director Ashley English. “Through this program, we hope to support our clients further and help prevent relapse. People who participate in Coaches for Recovery may be seeking sobriety, new to sobriety or in recovery but do not feel completely satisfied. We want to meet people where they are and provide support according to their unique needs”
The first 30 days following treatment is the window of greatest vulnerability for relapse, when approximately 30% people who sought treatment will use drugs or alcohol. A Recovery Coach is one of the most effective tools in sustaining long-term recovery and can significantly reduce the chances of relapse by working with the client immediately after treatment or at any time in their recovery. Unlike traditional recovery management programs, Coaches for Recovery will be offered over the telephone in addition to in person sessions.
“The focus of this program is help our clients gain the personal confidence and habits to remain sober,” said Willow Center Life and Recovery Coach Justin Phillips. “Learning about sobriety in a treatment center is not the same as staying sober outside of formal treatment. We don’t want people to just get sober temporarily; we want them to live a fulfilling life in long-term recovery. Programs like Coaches for Recovery are created for that reason.”
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Our Families in Recovery program is kicking off April 6th. If you or someone you know could use extra support in their recovery as a family member you'll want to be sure to check out this course. Pricing information and weekly topics are on the attached flyer. Please email Sherry at email@example.com to reserve your spot in the class.