Meet The Team
Create your own recovery routine. Our Coaches can guide you.
With the help of a seasoned and certified coach, you can create a network of sober support and set up a recovery routine that helps you find your internal direction toward a life full of sustainable recovery wellness.
Every resident is assigned a recovery coach
Develop self-directed accountability.
Reach for your dreams
Meet challenges with an experienced person.
With you, they will search out the best resources to enrich your recovery life: recreation, education or finding a better job.
Rob believes that another side of listening is making sure clients know they’re being seen and heard, and that they understand their choices instead of feeling left to move ahead on their own. Rob wants to ensure each client that he's following up; that's how he earns goodwill and a stellar reputation for professionalism. With his wife, Lisa, and his sponsor, Jake, he manages Right Path Men's House. He's completed his course work for his CAC and expects to complete his supervision by 2024. In his spare time, he loves to work on cars, ride dirt bikes and spend time with friends and family.
For over three decades, Jake's recovery story includes gaining humility and a spiritual basis for life. He's completed the DARC program and works at Right Path as a coach. He has owned and operated Jake's Lawn and Garden for decades and started caring for the earth in a holistic way before it became a trend. In his spare time, he sponsors numerous people, owns and races a 1972 Datsun 240 Z at Lime Rock as well as spend in time with his wife and 3 grown children and two grandchildren.
Coach, Sober Escort
Wayne grew up in Westport, Connecticut and currently resides on the Connecticut shoreline. He is a Certified Recovery Coach (CCAR) and case manager who brings personal recovery experience as well as professional training to his clients. Wayne’s journey into sobriety began in 1989. Through abstinence and support, Wayne remained clean and sober for a 17 year period before drifting away to “do it on his own.” He describes his experience as having gotten back all that he had lost, and gaining all the trappings of success one could expect. After being disconnected from support, he began to think that, with a life like this, I can’t really have a substance use disorder. While sitting in a cafe in Rome, he decided to test his theory. That began a six month struggle to obtain sobriety and reconnect with the recovery community that was once so important. Since that nightmarish time 13 years ago, Wayne has maintained continuous abstinence and sobriety. Wayne’s personal experience with recovery, relapse, struggle and success gives him a deep understanding of the importance of support.
Over the past eight years, Wayne has worked with individuals needing support as well as family members and loved ones of those with substance use disorders. His approach is to met the client where they are at and build from there, tailoring a program of recovery based on the client’s lifestyle and needs. In addition to Recovery Coaching and Case Management, Wayne offers Family Education and Support through a six part educational series that brings better understanding of a person with a substance use disorder as it relates to the family relationship.
Wayne offers sober travel support, sober companion services, transportation to/from detox, rehabs, sober living and home. He offers his services throughout the United States, wherever and whenever he is needed.
Lisa is a former professional rider and trainer in the hunter and jumper world, as well as a former mathematics teacher, and a supervisor for one of the largest insurance companies in the world. She has finished the course work (phi theta kappa) for becoming a CAC, and chooses to coach as a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist. full-time. She is also an instructor for CCAR's Recovery Coach Academy. Her desire to help others find their voice and path in recovery shows so clearly in how she designed the program at Right Path and in the care she takes to respond to each person that she welcomes into the house. Her philosophy is to nurture but hold gently accountable. She believes you can do more than stay sober, you can flourish.
Our Area's Clinical Support
We help you connect to clinical support that works for you.
IOP at Project Corage
IOP at Walden Eating Disorders
Refer to trauma specialists that include EMDR
Refer to family therapists that include addiction
Meet our four-legged friends at Westbrook Hunt
The research states that horses are “perfect mirrors, since they are very emotional beings” which allows those participating in equine therapy to experience human-like interactions with someone that doesn't judge, shame or guilt. .