Coaches can be found everywhere. However, not every coach fits your needs.
A coach is not someone who does the work for you, but is someone who helps you to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to perform optimally. You can see that in sports: the athlete has to perform, the coach stands near and gives instructions.
That's how it works in learning research skills too. Asking someone to do the work for you doesn't help you to master those skills. That is not a good coach. It just shows that you are lazy and have enough money to let someone else do the work that is too difficult for you.
If you are looking for a research coach, than a first selection is between coaches in qualitative en quantitative research. Next, some coaches needs to be master in the techniques you want to learn. It is not so easy to find the coach you need. And how do you know a coach is qualified enough to help you? Besides, coaches don't have to live nearby but might be able to help you via internet. How to find them?