Sober Companionship

< 90 %
relapse rate after companionship

The numbers don't lie.

Sober Angels is NOT a treatment center, but a post-treatment support program that helps the client transition from a rehabilitation center to an improved life without the triggers and pitfalls of the past.

Statistics show individuals who return home directly from a treatment facility have a relapse rate of 90%. That relapse percentage is reduced to below 50% with an aftercare recovery companion.

Sober companionship is the answer.

It is clear that the longer one remains in the structured care of a sober companion, the better their chances are for long-term sobriety. Add the training and practice of mindfulness mediation and that relapse rate is truly stacked in the favor of the recovering patient. If we know nothing else about the disease of addiction, we do know this: it is chronic, progressive and fatal. 

A treatment center is great for its intended goal; to provide information that assists the client in understanding the nature of addiction. However, a graduation certificate from a treatment center does not ensure immunity from relapses, as clients have not yet had the opportunity to apply their newly acquired information in the world outside the facility. Therefore, a transitional recovery companion is the next necessary phase of the recovery process in order to obtain a solid base of sobriety. 

A Sober Angel recovery companion is where information and the ability for practical application to real world challenges meet. For the recovering person, trying to navigate life for the first time in many years without the use of alcohol or drugs is intimidating enough. The safe and sober environment that a sober companion affords, empowers the recovering individual to assure them that they are not alone in this new journey. Moreover, with the provision of nurturance, guidance, structure, accountability, and additional support networks, Sober Angels assists those in early recovery to discover and normalize a new, sober lifestyle and pave the path for long-term sobriety.

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