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Meet Our Coaches

In the early stages of recovery, the path forward can seem clear. You enroll in a local rehabilitation center, learn how to manage your substance use disorder, and possibly transition to outpatient treatment if you need further care. But what do you do after alcohol or drug addiction treatment? Where do you go? How do you maintain your recovery progress? Well, one option to continue your recovery is to work with a peer recovery coach. Our peers have been successful in their own recovery processes. Through shared understanding, respect, and mutual empowerment, our recovery coaches’ help individuals become and stay engaged in the recovery process and reduce the likelihood of relapse.

Peer Recovery Coaches recognize that there are a multitude of pathways to recovery. Our Recovery Coaches are educated and understanding towards pathways such as moderation, any positive change (harm reduction), 12-step, faith-based, evidence-based science recovery, familial and community support, or any other pathway the person identifies that may assist with the person’s recovery process.

Click HERE for our peer recovery request form.

Brian Peek

Brian Peek (Read Brian's story here)
Director of Peer Recovery-Daviess County
Certified-Addiction, Peer Recovery Coach (CAPRC II) and Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC)
Work: 812-254-2760 ext. 2571
Cell: 812-259-4755
​brian.peek@daviess.org



Brandee Stafford, (Read Brandee's story here)
Peer Recovery Specialist
Certified-Addiction, Peer Recovery Coach (CAPRC I)
Work: 812-254-2760 ext. 2570
Cell: 812-642-4362
bstafford@dchosp.org



Ryan Downs,
(Read Ryan's story here)
Peer Recovery Specialist
Certified-Addiction, Peer Recovery Coach (CAPRC I)
Work: 812-254-2760 ext. 2570
Cell: 812-642-4357
rdowns@dchosp.org



Stephanie Riggins,
(read Stephanie's story here)
Peer Recovery Specialist
Certified-Addiction, Peer Recovery Coach (CAPRC I)
Work: 812-254-2760 ext. 2570
Cell: 812-642-4512
sriggins@dchosp.org