Primary Recovery Services provides the utmost quality, in-depth and compassionate care for individuals and their families suffering from addiction and mental health disorders.
Primary Recovery Services utilizes a sophisticated and individualized approach for treatment of mental health issues, as well as behavioral and addiction disorders. We are a team of dedicated professionals committed to bringing compassion, professionalism and peace of mind to families and their loved ones.
Intervention is the act of modifying a process or situation.
Whether it is substance use disorders or mental illness, the ripple effect these issues have on loved ones is often devastating. It is nearly impossible to rationalize with someone caught in the grips of psychiatric crisis or addiction. We create a safe, loving environment where the individual in need of help is met with kindness, dignity and respect. They experience those who love them most in a collective effort to provide a reasonable course of action designed to deliver healing and help.
Our team of seasoned interventionists provide a structured and focused format – blending clinical expertise with love and concern.
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What We Treat
Mental Health Disorders
Excessive stress and/or inability to cope with daily life. Mental health disorders include a variety of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders and bi-polar behaviors.
Substance Use Disorders
Substance Use Disorders (SUD) is a chronic and progressive brain disease that can cause powerful and often debilitating physical and psychological cravings for alcohol or other mind-altering substances.
Read from those we’ve helped
“How lucky we were to have found Paul Gallant. From the moment we realized we needed some help for a family member and reached out to him… straight through the in-residence and then re-entry recovery period… Paul was a source of 24/7 support, guidance and sound judgement.”
“Primary Recovery Service’s respectful support, compassion and guidance is second to none when it comes to successfully assisting a loved one to agree to accept treatment while maintaining one’s dignity.”