• 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 counseling, 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 counseling 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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Pinnacle Recovery was founded by industry professionals with decades of combined experience in personalized addiction treatment. Located in scenic Utah, we created a peaceful refuge with a network of support for those who need to step away, focus on themselves, and truly heal from addiction.

From Our Blog

  • Why is Adderall So Present as an Addiction?

    The dangers of highly addictive prescription drugs are out there in the mainstream media and our collective conscience but it seems that Adderall addiction is still taking people by surprise. With the wisdom and knowledge gained from fighting back against addiction, it seems as if there should be more answers than questions. Find out why … Continued

  • How to Learn, Grow, and Change (for the Better) in Recovery

    When people decide to give up on addiction, they are agreeing to a major life change they never signed up for. That is part of the recovery journey is you don’t know what you don’t know. This is still better than staying stuck in addiction cycles, wondering when you will get to drink or use … Continued

  • Why Do People Relapse on Alcohol?

    As with any other addictions, people who struggle with alcoholism often wrestle with chronic, relapsing brain disorder that is addiction. Prolonged excessive alcohol consumption kicks up any number of issues in the brain and stresses the body. Alcohol withdrawal causes a wide variety of troubling side effects which may lead to relapse without proper intervention … Continued

  • Launch Into the New Year with These Get Healthy Tips

    Recovery is not just about stopping the substances that ruled your life for so long. Now it is time to rebuild your system to a healthy balance. Maintaining a steady recovery from alcohol or drug addiction means you must pay attention to all aspects of your health: mind, body, and soul. Considering all these aspects … Continued

  • Why Does Emotional Sobriety Matter?

    Taking inventory of your emotional health is just as important as staying away from drugs and alcohol. In early sobriety, it is all about milestones since the last drink or use of drugs. Emotional sobriety is just as important to cope with the day-to-day challenges of recovery. Getting Moving The reality is there are many … Continued

  • Acupuncture May Help Your Recovery: How to Get Started

    The path to recovery from addiction is long and arduous, requiring lots of focus and dedication. Addiction recovery takes hard work and self-care to sustain the journey. It is about keeping the body, soul, and mind intentionally focused on the journey ahead, one step at a time. Find out why holistic healing and acupuncture can … Continued

  • What Does a Spiritual Approach to Recovery Mean?

    Having a spiritual approach to recovery does not require religion or belief in a ‘higher power.’ For some people, it is more like an ‘inner power,’ or tapping into that part of yourself that recognizes a connection to a greater purpose. It is important to help people define what it means to help find the … Continued

  • How Does Suboxone Tapering Work?

    The fear of relapse and withdrawals can make people terrified of coming off Suboxone. The tapering process can help alleviate some of the withdrawal symptoms. It is a hard decision but it can be supportive of someone afraid of what they will experience in recovery early on. Tapering Schedule Tapering plans really vary in length. … Continued

  • Disappointment Happens: How to Deal Better and Stay Clean

    Emotions by themselves are challenging to deal with on a good day. In recovery, they seem elevated by what is going on around you. Disappointment can loosen ends you thought you tied up and knotted. Disappointment can hover in front of your mind and niggle you, bringing a grey perspective on life. Although disappointment manifests … Continued

  • What is a “Wet Drug?”

    The term ‘wet drugs’ or ‘dip drugs’ refers to tobacco or marijuana cigarettes dipped into PCP, or ‘angel dust.’ It may also be dipped into formaldehyde-based embalming fluid. There may be little known about what is in the substance which brings great risks and dangers. Find out more about wet drugs and how to know … Continued