• 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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From Our Blog

  • Choosing Outpatient Treatment

    When looking at treatment centers and recovery program options, many of us will choose inpatient programs. Others of us, on the other hand, will benefit more from outpatient programs and will find that our needs are better met by receiving outpatient services. Who can be better served by outpatient rather than inpatient programs? Many of … Continued

  • Challenging the Illusions of Our Fears

    Living with addiction and mental illness, many of us have a relationship with our fears based on avoidance, denial and distraction. We avoid thinking about our fear. We deny even feeling afraid. We use our drugs of choice, our addictive behaviors, and our toxic relationships to distract ourselves from our fear. When we run from … Continued

  • Changing Our Outlook on Humanity in Order to Heal Ourselves

    While struggling with addiction and mental illness, many of us tend to isolate ourselves, separating ourselves from other people and distancing ourselves from our families and communities. We start to mistrust people. We lose faith in humanity altogether. We feel alone, separate, and completely different from other people. We see our pain as totally unique … Continued

  • Healing from an Inferiority Complex

    One of the emotional complexes many of us with addiction and mental illness share in common is that of an inferiority complex. We perpetually feel inferior to other people, unworthy and inadequate. We feel as though we’re in competition with other people and that we never measure up. We feel easily threatened by the people … Continued

  • Joy vs. Happiness

    Recovering from addiction is more than seeking sobriety, it’s also healing our mental and emotional health so that we can tackle our addictions at their root causes and prevent the same recurring issues from returning. One of the issues we face is in our pursuit of happiness. The way we go about thinking about happiness … Continued

  • Recreating Our Identities

    For many of us, our addictions were the main focal point of our lives for many years. We formed our self-image and our identity around our addictions, our addictive habits, and the people we used with. Without our addictions, we didn’t really know who we were. Our routines, our sense of self, our fulfillment, our … Continued

  • Losing Loved Ones

    Recovering from addiction brings with it many exciting changes. We’re no longer chained to our addictive substance or behavior, constantly self-destructing because of our dependence on it. We’re no longer experiencing the inner turmoil and distress that accompanied our addictive cycles. We feel liberated. There are some difficult challenges that come with sobriety, however, and … Continued

  • Misconceptions Around Recovery

    When approaching the recovery process, we can be consumed with fear, much of it originating from the misconceptions we hold around recovery. These misconceptions are based on the fact that there is still a great deal of cultural misinformation around addiction and recovery. Investigating these misconceptions more deeply can help us prepare for a successful … Continued

  • Myths About Happiness

    When we’re working to recover from addiction and mental illness, it can help to learn more about happiness and some of the myths surrounding it. When we believe these myths, it can actually work against our happiness and our pursuit of it. We can actually be stalling and postponing our ability to be happy and … Continued

  • Rising to the Challenge of Recovery

    Undertaking the recovery process is one of the greatest challenges we’ll experience in life. It involves huge transitions and life-altering changes. We can be consumed with fear that manifests in the form of anxiety, worry and panic. We can doubt ourselves and our abilities to get well. We’re afraid of the transitions we’ll have to … Continued