Our Sober Recovery Assistants (SR) program provides additional support to those young in the recovery process, perhaps while touring or traveling for work. We do not provide drug rehabilitation, residential treatment, therapy or psychological services. We do, however, provide the necessary support to establish lasting recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction or other habit-forming behaviors, whether in the home or on the road, by supporting the high-stress, high-risk transitional periods. Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity during their sobriety. We will provide support to our clients while on the road to recovery until they become self-supportive.
All of our services are completely confidential. We are accustomed to working with high-profile clients and understand the importance of discretion. We support our clients “behind the scenes” as they navigate challenging situations and all SRA’s sign a confidentiality agreement.
- Prescription drugs
- Eating disorders
Transitional Recovery Service
Studies indicate the longer a client is connected with the recovery process, the greater the success of lasting sobriety. Individuals and families who have made investments in time and resources to find solutions to addiction issues will greatly benefit by continuing the process into the home and work environments.
We have established a professional Transitional Recovery Service utilizing Sober Recovery Assistants to support the ongoing daily needs of living in recovery.
- Clients who have completed a residential treatment setting and are now transitioning into daily living situations.
- Clients in the early phase of recovery and who can benefit from utilizing the support of a guide and mentor.
- Clients who have multiple treatment experiences with numerous relapses and need one-on-one assistance to help acclimate to a recovery lifestyle and learn more about relapse prevention.
- Clients who have risky recovery environments and are vulnerable to career industry pitfalls, such as living on the road, being on location, cocktail parties, or business travel.
- High-profile clients, such as musicians, actors or athletes, as well as executive-level professionals, to include attorneys, doctors, CEOs, and their spouses or family members.
- Clients who need continued supervised and structured support as they continue in their recovery process.