SilverBell Coaching (SBC) provides private Concierge Care, Crisis Management, and Intervention to clients at all stages of life, from youth to age 65 and up.

  • Mental Health and Recovery Coaching
  • Support Companions and 24/7 Companion Care
  • Safe Transport
  • Accountability/Executive Function Coaching

Substance abuse and mental health disorders are progressive in nature, and terminal if left untreated. SBC believes as long as there is life to be lived, there is hope for recovery.

Every crisis presents an opportunity to heal, grow, and repair. SBC provides individuals in need of recovery as well as their families the structure, safety and support to make the most of that opportunity. SBC meets clients and families where they are, literally and figuratively, with an evidence-based, client forward, clinically supervised, one-on-one approach.

Out of suffering comes growth and healing.

SBC creates and facilitates a curated treatment plan for each client, based on individual needs, circumstances, and goals. A client’s treatment plan encompasses clinical and therapeutic care providers such as medical doctors, therapists, psychiatrists, nutritionists etc., and may include a Recovery Coach and/or 24/7 Companion Care.

This is a client’s SBC LifeTeam. SBC LifeTeam Managers coordinate each aspect of a client’s treatment plan, ensuring communication flow among team members and guiding the process forward.

SBC’s customized approach integrates personal, one-on-one coaching/companion support with a clinical care team providing physiological/psychological treatment and expertise. Arising organically to serve the needs of clients looking to support each other and share aspects of recovery with one another, the SBC Community partners symbiotically with SBC LifeTeams. Guided by expert practitioners/facilitators in Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Mindfulness, Twelve-Step Recovery, Gratitude Practice, Yin Yoga, Family Dynamics and more, the SBC Community is a safe, inclusive space where clients are free to explore the many facets of their own recovery among like-minded fellows.

“Perhaps I am stronger than I think.”