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Daviess County Peer Recovery Service

Recovery Coaches Ready to Help You

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Daviess County Peer Recovery services has partnered with Daviess Community Hospital to offer peer recovery services through the DCH Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit for those admitted with a drug or alcohol-related impairment/disorder.

A peer recovery coach will helps create a vision for recovery, define goals , and then help individuals work toward those goals, will ask questions and listen. A peer recovery coach supports choices and helps make goals a reality. This planning process helps to clarify your vision for a better life and take action.

If you or someone you know needs assistance, contact Peer Recovery Coach, Brian Peek.

Meet Your Coach

Brian Peek

Brian Peek
Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach (CAPRC II) and Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC)

(read Brian's story here)

What is a Recovery Coach?

A Recovery Coach creates a partnership with a person in recovery from addictions.

Coaches help people to:

  • Create a vision for their recovery
  • Identify and remove barriers to recovery
  • Navigate through human services systems.
  • Connect with treatment facilities, recovery services and full range of peer support groups.

A coach can work with people who have active addictions, people who currently in recovery, or people who are concerned about someone else’s use of alcohol or drugs.

People who participate in the recovery coaching process must have a commitment to recovery.

A Recovery Coach Does Not: Diagnose or treat addictions, Judge anyone, Tell you what to do

All conversations are confidential.

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Daviess County Community Corrections
Laura L. Petty, Program Manager/CQI Supervisor
415 W. Walnut St.Washington, IN 47501
812-254-8665 ext. 356
812-486-7160 cell
812-254-8688 fax