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  • Inpatient Treatment Program

    Usually a minimum of 30 days, inpatient treatment is highly recommended for intensive care. This not only gives you the chance to step away and focus on your healing journey, but lets our staff guide you through a personalized, in depth treatment plan.

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  • Outpatient Treatment

    Need more than regularly scheduled counselling, but don’t need a full inpatient program? Outpatient treatment in Utah may be right for you. Outpatient treatment offers schedule flexibility, but depends greatly on the severity of your addiction.

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  • Individual Therapy for Addiction

    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.

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  • 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.

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From Our Blog

  • What To Expect Detoxing From Heroin

    Heroin withdrawal is one of the most painful drug withdrawal processes. Though not dangerous like alcohol or benzodiazepines, heroin withdrawal can often be excruciating and medical detoxification is always recommended. Detoxing from heroin can be significantly less painful in a medical setting, as many of the symptoms are reduced or halted altogether. There are many … Continued

  • 10 Ways To Practice Self-Care in Sobriety

    Practicing self-care in sobriety is extremely important to keep a strong recovery. Self-care promotes growth, which is the main pillar of successful recovery. Continuing to grow emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually is the best way to ensure long-term sobriety. There are many great ways to make this possible and practice all-around self-care.   Meditation Meditation … Continued

  • 1 In 12 Doctors Accept Payments Related To Opioids From Pharm Companies

    The country is in the grips of a severe opioid addiction crisis. Drug overdose rates have skyrocketed in recent years and is becoming a leading cause of death. This epidemic is due to a massive increase in opioid prescriptions dating back to the late 90’s. As people became addicted to prescription drugs they began switching … Continued

  • 5 Signs of A Quality Halfway House

    A halfway house is exactly what it sounds like: a home that acts as a stepping stone from treatment to living on one’s own. For someone new to recovery, halfway houses may have never been thought of or considered before but they play a vital role in successful treatment. Though in a halfway house a … Continued

  • 7 Ways to Stop The “What Ifs” and Reservations in Sobriety

    What-ifs and reservations in sobriety can cause mental anguish and self-doubt. Constantly worrying about the future or dwelling on past mistakes can lead to relapse if not dealt with properly. Self-doubt and stress can be one of the hardest obstacles to recover from when newly sober. Luckily, there are ways to curb negative thought patterns … Continued

  • Do Other Countries Have a Drug Epidemic Like America?

    The United States is currently in the grips of a powerful drug epidemic, lead by prescription opioids and heroin. New studies are constantly being released that show the disturbing and record breaking magnitude of increased drug use, drug addiction, and drug overdose deaths. The overdose death rate in 2008 was four times the rate of … Continued

  • Senator Expands Investigation Into Opioid Addiction Crisis

    Drug manufacturers and distributors have been taking quite a bit of heat lately and the forecast doesn’t look to be cooling down anytime soon. The opioid addiction crisis continues to break records and is causing a public cry for answers. So far, four states have filed or plan to file lawsuits against some of the … Continued

  • How Quickly Does The Body Recover From Heroin Abuse?

    Heroin abuse can have powerful, and sometimes, lasting consequences on the body. Not only does heroin itself hurt the body, the results of administering the drugs can have the most lasting effects. Heroin users often end up injecting the drugs, sometimes sharing needles or reusing their own over and over. This can lead to diseases … Continued

  • The Dangers of Smoking Fake Weed

    Over the past decade, the phenomenon of synthetic marijuana has become extremely popular. It was first seen being sold in headshops and convenience stores under the names Spice, K2, Skunk, Green Giant, among many others. The packages were labeled as “incense” with a warning that stated “Not For Human Consumption.” Unbeknownst to law enforcement, these … Continued

  • 1.3 Million Americans Needed Hospital Care for Opioid Related Issues: How Did We Get Here?

    The United States is in the midst of its largest public health crisis in history. Opioid addiction has increased astronomically over the past decade with little hope for slowing down. Last year saw a nearly 20% increase in drug overdose deaths compared to 2015. Even more staggering, the latest report published by the Agency for … Continued