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Once your body and mind become addicted to a substance, it is nearly impossible to break the vicious cycle alone. These substances are highly addictive and can cause serious long term health issues. You will need to seek intense treatment which may include the detoxification process to help with the bodies cleansing of the drugs and substances. At Holdfast Recovery we can help you find freedom and teach you to Holdfast.

At Holdfast Recovery we treat a wide range of addictions :

  • Alcohol Addiction
  • heroin addiction
  • marijuana addiction
  • opiate addiction
  • Benzodiazepine addiction
  • cocaine addiction
  • ecstasy addiction
  • fentanyl addiction
  • meth addiction
  • Benzodiazepine addiction
  • prescription drugs
  • hallucinogenic drugs
    and more

The Relationship Between Psychological Stress/Trauma and Substance Abuse

Many people who have experienced psychological stress and/or trauma turn to substances as a coping mechanism. Often using substances to numb pain, calm stress, and empower feelings of powerlessness, all of which are not felt by those who suffer from psychological stress and/or trauma. Holdfast Recovery specializes in the treatment of substance abuse, by focusing not only the abstinence of substances, but integrating treatment focused on past psychological stress and/or trauma, while providing psycho-educational opportunities to learn ways to have a healthy lifestyle, with the  ability to self-regulate without using.

Addressing both substance abuse and psychological stress and/or trauma ensures best out-comes in treatment. Holdfast Recovery’s approach is designed to meet each individual client where they are at, with a treatment plan tailored to individual needs, beginning with a trauma-informed focus, taking into account the knowledge of the psychological stress and/or trauma history of each individual. The primary goal of treatment includes: the understanding how psychological stress and/or trauma impact life, relationships, and the ability to cope with the daily stressors of life, while facilitating recovery, healing, and the ability to move into a healthy life free from substances and the ability to move