Sober Coaches and Sober Companions fill crucial roles in early recovery from active addiction.
Forget what you might have read in the gossip columns and celebrity magazines.
A few "bad-boy" & "bad-girl" actors on display by publicists and paparazzi do not tell the true story of our field.
Sober coaches and sober companions from Sober Champion are discreet, responsbile, experienced treatment professionals with one goal in mind: helping our clients stay away from drugs and alcohol no matter what. Whether you require occasional sober coaching, a full-time or part-time sober companion, or a Sober Escort (our sober client transportation service), Sober Champion has the personnel and nationwide experience to meet your needs.
That's what we do, and we do it incredibly well.
Sober Client Transportation / Sober Escort
For some obvious reasons (and some not so obvious), transportation can be a huge hurdle in the life of a newly abstinent person. Whether the client is interested in maintaining an ongoing recovery or just needs to stay abstinent for a period of time, getting from A to B can be a real hassle.
Sober Champion has performed client transportation across town, across the state and across the county. We help people get from their homes on the East Coast to treatment centers on the West Coast and vice versa. From New Zealand to the United Kingdom to the Middle East, Sober Escorts from Sober Champion have a long and well-respected history of safely transporting our clients to and from business meetings, attorney visits, medical & therapy appointments, social functions, and family visits (a newly recovering person hanging around the family on New Years Eve? Oy vey...).
Whatever your reasons, Sober Champion will provide whatever you need to get where you need to go.
- You might have had your license suspended or revoked for DUI or possession charges.
- Your medication makes it difficult to concentrate and you don't feel safe driving.
- You started to drive yourself to a treatment facility one day, but you never made it there...
- You might just zig when you should zag.
- You might require attendance by a doctor or nurse while traveling long distances.
- Your experience with an airport "layover" usually leads to an airport "hangover".
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