The Providence Center’s Staying Connected program is designed to assist people experiencing mental health or substance abuse difficulties to remain engaged in support services during various phases on their treatment and recovery.
Staying Connected recovery coaches:
- Assist individuals new to treatment to navigate treatment
- Encourage attendance for treatment
- Remain engaged with the client during the treatment process
- Maintain a connection to supports for those in recovery
- Assist in eliminating the barriers that exist to continued recovery
Who are recovery coaches?
Recovery coaches are volunteers who are passionate about recovery and have a desire to help people stay connected and supported in their treatment and recovery.
The Staying Connected program provides:
- Volunteer orientation to The Providence Center
- Recovery coach training
- Counseling or case management certification
How do I become a recovery coach?
If you are interested in becoming a recovery coach, please contact Clinical Coordinator of Recovery Services Jim Gillen at 401-572-3880 or email@example.com.