Paul J. Gallant MC, LPC, CIP is a Master’s level licensed professional counselor and Certified Intervention Professional. He is a member of the Association of Intervention Specialists. He has been helping people recover since 1986.
Collectively we are a team of dedicated professionals committed to bringing compassion, professionalism and peace of mind to families and their loved ones. Our founder, Paul Gallant, has been a pioneer in the field by providing guidance and solutions worldwide since 1986. Over the years our team has met the ongoing and increasing demand for suffering individuals and families. We offer an array of services ranging from Treatment Consultations, Interventions, Intensive Case Management, Sober Companions, Sober Escorts, and Diagnostic Assessments, which are catered to helping our clients not only break the cycle of destructive patterns, but navigate through all stages of the recovery process. We are an independent company with no affiliations, financial ties or agreements with external entities or treatment centers. Our services and referrals are based on appropriate fit and merit, and our reputation for providing a high level of individualized care has been widely recognized in the field. This has presented us with the benefit of having long-lasting, well-established relationships, which offer a distinct advantage for facilitating, supporting and empowering long-term recovery. Furthermore, in times of crisis this can mean the difference between delivering the optimal fit versus merely settling for availability.
Our Mission at Primary Recovery Services is to provide the utmost quality, in-depth, virtuous and compassionate care for individuals and their families suffering from addiction and mental health disorders. Our clients are treated with absolute dignity and respect as we strategically navigate extremely challenging conditions and focus on solutions.
Sue brings over two decades of experience in the treatment field to Primary Recovery Services. She completed her undergraduate work at the University of Arizona and received her Master’s in Social Work from Arizona State University. She is an advocate for families and people suffering from addictions.