Recovery Coaching

Training resources to become a recovery coach, a person who removes barriers for individuals seeking recovery or going through recovery.

What is a recovery coach?

A personal guide and mentor for people seeking recovery or in recovery. The recovery coach helps to remove barriers and obstacles, linking the recovering person to the recovery community. The department supports using of recovery coaching as an integral and valuable part of the recovery process.

Who can be coached?

Adults and transitional-aged youth with a chronic substance use disorder and/or substance use problem.

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Recovery Coach Trainings
Contact Recovery Idaho for more information on upcoming recovery coach trainings.
Become certified

The Idaho Board of Alcohol/Drug Counselor Certification (IBADCC) provides certification for substance abuse counselors and prevention specialists in Idaho. IBADCC certification and renewals ensure addiction professionals are maintaining continuing education requirements and ethical standards of care for their clients. They serve applicants seeking certification through the IBADCC, agencies seeking certified treatment professionals. and providers of continuing education opportunities.

Certified Recovery Coach
Visit IBADCC for more information about becoming a Certified Recovery Coach.
Certified Peer Recovery Coach
Visit IBADCC for more information about becoming a Certified Peer Recovery Coach.