Welcome to P2P Recovery Resources

Peer support services for those seeking assurance, honesty and encouragement while navigating the process of recovery. Peer to Peer. Our Peer Coaches share a unique understanding of recovery employing their own experiences. It’s the relatability, the experiential knowledge, the achievement know-how that resonates with their Clients. After all what if the success of the recovery journey might actually lie in the hands of those for whom it was created?

Our Method

We meet you where you are. As a prospective Client seeking support services from P2P, you can expect a P2P Coach coming to you in your community. Expect to be paired with a Coach based on general compatibility factors and to begin a 1 on 1 personal relationship. Our Coaches won’t come with a preconceived agenda, ready to impose their way. That is not peer support. You are a peer to our peers. A peer knows every individual has a unique set of goals that can range from mastering daily living skills, finding housing, navigating bus routes, overcoming anxiety about re-socialization and finding outlets for spiritual connections. A peer Coach understands there is no single path to recovery because the routes are as diverse as the peers themselves. The connection is in the empathy, in the sharing of experiences and in the enthusiasm that comes with seeing another like me. And then the Hope. 
Sustained Relationships. In your Community. Face to Face. Over and Over.

Our Model

A recovery Peer Coaches ’s job is to support a Client in pursuing their own recovery goals. While a person classified as a counselor or a therapist might diagnose addictive behavior and prescribe treatment, this is not the Coach’s focus. Instead, a Coach will offer someone the tools and guidance needed to follow the recovery pathway they’ve already chosen. For example:

•   Helping a person form a plan of action based on their treatment plan

•   Directing that person to the right resources. This can range from housing, employment or navigating the safety net system

•   Helping them navigate the medical system to obtain benefits, schedule appointments, have MAT assessments

•   Providing accountability and establishing goals that support the treatment plan focus

•   Offering guidance in developing new behavior patterns; finding community supports, sober supports, physical exercise, and meditation

•   Helping them view their progress objectively through the provision of feedback and non-judgmental opinions

•  Assisting in harm reduction for addictive behaviors. Helping participants rebuild sober community support and healthy replacement behaviors such as sober supports and 12-step meetings.

In other words, a recovery Peer Coach helps people with the gritty, day-to-day process of overcoming addiction. After an intake and assessment occurs a Individualized service plan (treatment plan) will be created. The Coach will meet with the individual and prioritize the Individual service plan to focus on specific issues. This may include the examples above or other areas specific to the individual. The model remains Client centered and Client focused which we feel supports the recovery approach.