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Utah Addiction Treatment Programs

We are Pinnacle Recovery. Our personalized addiction treatment offers the full continuum of care, to properly treat substance and behavioral addictions, along with their underlying causes. Our gorgeous facility provides peaceful, comfortable lodging, surrounded by Utah's breathtaking mountain scenery for a healing atmosphere. Pinnacle Recovery gives you and your loved ones a safe, beautiful place to heal, with the knowledge and tools you need to make a full, successful recovery. We specialize in inpatient rehabilitation, trauma recovery, AA programs and AA alternatives, experiential therapy, dual diagnosis, family therapy, co-occurring and dual diagnosis addictions. We also offer a wide range of sober living and intensive outpatient treatment programs. Located at the base of the stunning Wasatch Mountains in Holladay, Pinnacle Recovery is Utah’s premiere inpatient rehabilitation center. Spanning over 10,000 square feet, our lodging is custom built for unparalleled comfort and privacy. Our grounds are expansive, surrounded by the breathtaking mountain scenery of the Cottonwood Canyons. Enjoy the crisp mountain air year-round, and reconnect with nature on our walking trails, yoga, meditation sessions, and more.

What We Offer

Individual Therapy
A key component of many treatment plans, individual therapy allows us the chance to get to know you, and give you professional counselling time, one on one. Our staff of licensed, experienced professionals are here to listen and offer support through your treatment.

Group or Family Therapy
A support system is crucial to successful recovery. Group therapy gives you a community of people who understand what you’re going through, and reminds you that you are not alone in your recovery journey. Involving family in special sessions only helps to widen that support system.

Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) is the practice of rewiring your brain, so to speak. We work with you to identify harmful thought patterns you have developed, and show you new, proactive thought patterns to put you back in control of your actions. Metacognition (thinking about the way you think) is a powerful tool in addiction recovery.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an evidence based, highly effective way to address underlying issues that may have lead to your addiction. Trauma, anxiety, and other negative emotions and memories are often repressed. EMDR is used in conjunction with other therapies to resurface those repressed emotions and memories, and work through them with a professional.

Inpatient Drug or Alcohol Treatment, like the one offered at Pinnacle Recovery’s Utah Inpatient Rehab, refers to any long-term treatment program where the client lives onsite for the duration of their stay. Programs like our Utah Inpatient Rehab, allow for those attempting to get clean and sober to have the 24-hour care they need in order to ensure them the best possible chance at recovery.

Pinnacle Recovery’s Utah Outpatient Rehab programs are here to help those who need addiction treatment, but either cannot attend an inpatient program, or may not need the intensive therapy that inpatient offers. While we strongly recommend inpatient treatment for most patients, there are many situations in which outpatient treatment is the best option.

We have found that one of the most therapeutic ways to help an individual is by letting them know they are not alone. Many addicts and alcoholics come into recovery believing that they are the only person who has experienced what they have experienced, or felt what they have felt and because of this they carry a great deal of guilt and shame around with them.

A strong support system is at the center of addiction treatment. It is such an important aspect of recovery that the idea of a support system is even written into the 12 Steps. The word ‘We’ in the first Step represents the need for people to recover with, because to try to do so alone usually results in failure.

Quite often people who enter into recovery have suffered some form of trauma during the course of their lives. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), like the one offered through our treatment program located in Utah, is a highly proven therapy that uses a combination of activities to identify trauma in an individual and then show them how to cope with that trauma.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, like the one offered through our Utah CBT program, encourage metacognition, or thinking about the way you think. As confusing as that sentence may sound many times addict and alcoholic do not have the ability to objectively look at their thought processes.

Since the early 90s our understanding of how mental health issues affect addiction and alcoholism have changed dramatically. Before this time these two conditions were treated separately from each other and so a person could enter into treatment seeking help for their addiction or for their underlying mental health issue, but never for both concurrently.