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Healing from addiction & trauma through human connection

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SeekHealing provides free support services for anyone at any stage in the process of healing from addiction or trauma.

Behind the opioid overdose epidemic is a much greater loneliness epidemic: an increasing lack of meaningful connection in society, and the trauma that goes hand-in-hand with isolation.

In a new approach to the epidemic, SeekHealing addresses the social drivers of addiction. We help each other experience real human connection and we provide free access to holistic healing services.

COVID-19 update – Effective immediately – All SeekHealing calendar events and Connection Practice meetings are being held online. More info here.

We will not solve the addiction problem in America if we don’t address social connection. Vivek H. Murthy, 19th Surgeon General of the United States

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The SeekHealing project is about empowering people to heal from trauma rather than requiring “addicts” to achieve certain outcomes.

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Addiction cannot be healed unless its source in childhood suffering is addressed, and unless the cycles of relapse are stopped through empathic human connections. SeekHealing is dedicated to healing trauma, and it provides the necessary connections that empower people to break from that self-defeating cycle. Gabor Maté, M.D.
SeekHealing Advisory Council

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Before SeekHealing, I lived my life in the shadows. I kept different parts of myself hidden from everyone in my life: I was a different person at work than I was with my family, than with my girlfriend, than with my drug dealer. Now, I live my life in the light. I’m living the life I want to live, and I’m being honest with the people around me about who I am, about what I do and don’t want to do. It’s because I have people to talk to about what’s really going on, people who care about me and who will listen to me and not judge me for which chemicals I choose to use or not use. Travis P.
SeekHealing participant and former heroin user

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I have attended rehab nine times. All the months I spent in rehab, everything I learned, does not compare with how valuable one weekend with Seekhealing was for me. It was truly an enlightening experience, and one I would highly recommend to others. Addiction caused me tremendous pain, and made me desperate for answers. SeekHealing has the simple, beautiful answer: human connection. Farrell G.
SeekHealing participant and former heroin user

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These names light the way for those who seek healing through our programs and services.

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The memory of Shaun Kay

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