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Sober Active Recovery ADK Coach

Posted: 03/19/2024

Position: Sober Active Recovery ADK Coach
Are you passionate about making a difference? Join our Prevention Team as a recovery coach for the Sober
Active Recovery ADK program. We are looking for an adaptable, imaginative, and charismatic individual to lead
by example, embody recovery principles, and establish genuine peer-centered support networks. Our goal is to
foster shared experiences and values, allowing those involved in providing recovery coaching services and
utilizing these services to connect authentically.

Key Responsibilities:

Modeling Recovery Principles: Demonstrate and promote the principles of recovery within the Sober Active
Recovery ADK program.

Facilitate Peer-Centric Support: Foster a supportive environment that encourages active participation and
empowers individuals by valuing their input in life/family planning, development of healthy routines, and
courageous advocacy in the face of court/legal systems.

Embody Values: Uphold critical values such as shared experiences, personal choice, dignity, and liberation in
interactions, community responsiveness, education and awareness building, and promotion of harm reduction

Our Approach: At Sober Active Recovery ADK, we advocate an environment characterized by courageous
voluntariness, inclusivity, respect for personal autonomy, and the celebration of shared experiences. We aim
to establish a foundation of trust and solidarity with individuals facing significant life challenges, including
homelessness, disenfranchisement, and co-occurring health issues.


  • Demonstrated commitment to recovery principles and peer-based support methodologies.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to build rapport and trust with diverse individuals, providers, legal systems, families, and community/businesses.
  • Flexibility and creativity in adapting to varying situations and needs.
  • Understanding and sensitivity toward the challenges faced by marginalized populations.
  • Valid driver’s license, current vehicle insurance, and a vehicle required. A great deal of traveling - weekends, evenings and some holidays - are required. Mileage reimbursement provided. 
  • Work towards certifications: Recovery coaching, Certified Peer Recovery advocates (CRPA) and/or Certified Peer Specialist (CPS).
  • Attend required Prevention Team meetings, training, and supervision.
  • Computer skills/documentation reporting skills necessary to meet grant requirements.
Our Commitment: We strive to provide services founded on the principles of choice, companionship,
partnership, and mutual respect. As a member of our team, you will play a pivotal role in guiding individuals
through their recovery journey, fostering meaningful connections, and creating a supportive community

Join us in empowering individuals to embrace recovery, foster personal growth, and join an intentional
movement to build thriving families/communities through STS (Sharing the Story) and LYL (Living your Legacy).

Salary: $22.00 per hour up to 25 hours per week, including weekends. Health insurance available.

To apply: Send your letter of interest and resume by mail to: The Prevention Team, 173 Lord Howe St,
Ticonderoga, NY 12883 or email the same to: team@preventionteam.org.

Contact the Chamber
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Ticonderoga, NY 12883

Phone: 518­-585-6619

Fax: 518­-585-9184

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