Are you ready to validate your lived experience and make a positive impact on recovery?

If you want to impact individuals, families, and communities affected by addiction or substance misuse, we can help develop your skills by training you in a proven model that combines the art and science of recovery coaching.

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The Recovery Coach Academy

Where hearts and minds connect to educate and empower Recovery Coaching and Communities

 We aim to be a hub of information, training, connections and coaching that supports MULTIPLE PATHWAYS for RECOVERY, while working with individuals, families and communities.

With a focus on FUTURE, SOLUTIONS and HOPE we want to share, develop and provide on-going support to those exploring and taking action utilising Recovery Coaching & building Recovery Communities.


With our own unique style, we are here to offer hope and share the impact that recovery coaching can make for individuals, families, and communities.  We look forward to sharing the journey with you!


Our Recovery Coach Academy© course is CPD Accredited!

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CCAR Recovery Coach Academy©

This training is based on the fundamentals of excellence, and is the leading program for Recovery Coaches with over 60,000 coaches trained worldwide.

Focused on the art and science of recovery coaching, with an emphasis on caring more of the impact to individuals, families, and communities affected by addiction or substance misuse.

Recovery Coach Professional©

CCAR has established a Recovery Coach Professional© designation to elevate the standard for recovery coaches worldwide.

The RCP© designation requires 60 hours of training and a resume and/or history of addiction recovery experience. Training includes Recovery Coach Academy, Ethical considerations for Recovery Coaches plus 2 more CCAR courses.


 "Recovery Coaching has truly impacted our lives and we have seen the positive impact it has had in recovery communities; to me Recovery Coaching is where my head and heart met, and I knew I could make a difference.” 


"It was like this is what I have been looking for, and it finally all made sense. I'm not a sponsor, I'm not a counselor, therapist or recovery worker.