PROFESSIONAL RECOVERY COACH SUPERVISOR CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM
What does a Recovery Coach get paid?
The pay scale for recovery coaching is extremely broad. Recovery coaches make between $125 and $375 an hour. It is extremely hard to dictate exactly what a recovery coach makes but companies that we are familiar with also bill by the job. For example, it is not uncommon for a client to pay $15000 for six weeks worth of in-home coaching or $10000 for 60 days of coaching that consists of three days a week and five hours a session. Peer recovery coaches may make $25 to $75 per hour and work more in a crisis setting and on-demand, especially in a hospital to transport to a treatment center in crisis.
Where does a Recovery Coach work?
Recovery Coaches can obtain jobs at treatment centers, private practice, advocacy boards, and more. Recovery Coaches are in high demand. At our recovery coach academy, we offer you the opportunity to place your name in an addiction and recovery directory job board for clients to find a recovery coach, a job board online, and two great networking groups. We also have a mentorship mastermind group if you are going into private practice and want to learn how to set up a company, create an addiction recovery brand and how to market yourself for a full book of clients.
How does a Recovery Coach work?
A recovery coach works in a different number of ways. First and foremost, a recovery coach is paired with their client by using similarities in their belief system for recovery treatment. Some recovery coaches may be 12 step-based and some may be based on the belief of harm reduction and every method in between. A recovery coach also is paired with a client based on their strengths, hobbies, and also their social abilities.
Who hires a Recovery Coach?
Private clients looking for an alternative to aftercare or a solid life solution that offers accountability and real-time life skills, coping skills, and more. Treatment Centers hire recovery coaches, peer centers, advocacy boards, and even shelters, sober livings and social work centers hire certified addiction recovery coaches.