Peer recovery coaches are people with lived experience in addiction who have been in recovery for at least two years. They walk side by side with individuals seeking recovery from substance use disorders. They help people to create their own recovery plans, and develop their own recovery pathways.
The unique relationship between the peer recovery coach and the individual in or seeking recovery is grounded in trust, and focused on providing the individual with tools, resources, and support to achieve long-term recovery. Find a local coach in the PDF below.
Reach out by phone call, text message, or online if you're overwhelmed and need to talk:
Dial Help's free Safety Net Program is here for anyone in the UP who's seeking help for addiction/SUD. A trained Crisis Specialist assists with finding professional care and other resources to support sobriety. Peer recovery coaching also available. More @ www.dialhelp.org/programs
Support and info group with a variety of topics and meetings.
A 12-step program for people with drug addiction.
A non-faith-based support group for people with addiction.
A group of people sharing practical sobriety support, respecting what works for each individual.
An ongoing support network for all who wish to pursue and maintain an addiction-free life.
A 12-step program for people with alcoholism.
A daily destination for improving and maintaining overall well-being and resilience. Interactive, individually-tailored options help address depression, substance use, and more. Get started for free with the code NCNCommunity.
Sober Grid is the largest mobile sober community and is a FREE personalized, easy-to-access resource for tracking and sharing progress with others, giving and receiving support. Now with 24/7 live peer coaching!
Reddit is a social app with over a million mini communities called " subreddits." The subreddit r/REDDITORSINRECOVERY is an online space A place for Redditors in recovery to hang out, share experiences, and support each other.
Support and resources from people who are in recovery from addiction. Call if you're struggling, feeling alone, to share triumphs in your recovery, or just to talk to someone who gets it.
Available 10am - 2am, 7 days a week at 888-PEER-753 (888-733-7753)
First Year Sobriety: When all that changes is everything.
12 Smart Things to do When the Booze is Gone: Choosing emotional sobriety through self-awareness and right action.
Addictions: Face your addiction & save your life.
If you're going to use by yourself, call this line! An operator will stay on the line. if you stop responding they'll notify 911 of an "unresponsive person" at your location.
Narcan is a prescription medication that can safely reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. Narcan, clean syringes, fentanyl test strips, and more available free by mail.
Free, confidential services for those who use drugs, including syringe exchange, testing for HIV/Hepatitis, peer recovery coaches, and mental/physical health treatment.
A person struggling with any substance use disorder can come to any of the participating police agencies and ask for help.
Now in Baraga, Chippewa, and Marquette Counties, this coalition provides programs and resources. CLICK HERE FOR INFO
Coalitions working to reduce youth substance use and other risky behaviors -- all welcome to join.