We train individuals, churches and organisations to deliver impactful addiction recovery solutions, such as Recovery Groups and Outpatient Programmes, in their own communities.Start training
Research shows that commitment to healthy, cohesive Recovery Groups is a critical part of a successful recovery journey. One of the key strategies of Project Exodus is the establishment of these life-giving groups in as many communities as possible.
Attend a dynamic 2-day workshop exploring the heart of Project Exodus in relation to addiction, the recovery journey and the basics of establishing a Recovery Group.
Project Exodus gives much support, in setting up and raising awareness around new Recovery Groups. Facilitators are provided with an extensive resource library.
Where possible, established facilitators are physically present to guide and mentor group facilitation as groups start.
There are many opportunities for group facilitators to grow and develop through further training modules, monthly check-ins and readily available advice.
Why recovery coaching?
Recovery coaching is aimed at the individual who has exited the cycle of addiction and is on a recovery journey to wellness. The aim of recovery coaching is to guide the individual in solving their own challenging situations.
Training as a recovery coach is done in collaboration with Ubuntu Addiction Community Trust (U-ACT). The initial training is 40 hours of face-to-face or online.
As part of the training, potential recovery coaches get to practice and experience 60
hours of face-to-face and online coaching.
Once a case-study, a coaching journal, and two 10 minute videos are submitted, an exam and a final live coaching session are assessed for certification as a Professional Recovery Coach.
Project Exodus Approved Recovery Coaches are up-skilled in group sessions as well as coached in their individual capacities on a monthly basis.