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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 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

  • Common Co-Occurring Disorders

    For those who suffer from substance abuse, there is often an underlying cause at its root. It is quite common for addicts to have a specific co-occurring mental disorder. According to statistics from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), nearly 8 million people in the U.S. experience co-occurring disorders. Of those people, 4.1 million … Continued

  • Recap of Utah Governor’s Speech on State’s Opioid Epidemic

    No matter where you live in the United States, the country’s ongoing opioid crisis is not showing signs of decline. In fact, many state legislators are coming together to find ways to combat this major health crisis. Recently, state legislators in Utah came together for a panel discussion to find ways to overcome the opioid … Continued

  • 4 Easy Ways to Manage a Drug Craving

    In the world of early sobriety, we are often bombarded with terms like cravings and triggers and relapse. On the one hand, it seems like these things will follow us around for the rest of our lives, and on the other, we are told that they are fleeting and can be easily overcome. So which … Continued

  • Four Signs You Need Rehab for Meth

    Methamphetamine is a powerful stimulant drug that affects the central nervous system. Available as a white or light brown powder, the drug is most often smoked but can be injected or taken in pill form. Meth is an extremely addictive drug that significantly affects a user’s physical and psychological function. For those who struggle with … Continued

  • Opioid Makers Gave Millions to Advocacy Groups to Promote Dangerous Group

    A recent report states that large pharmaceutical companies funneled millions of dollars to advocacy groups to promote their use amid the current drug crisis. The report, released by Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill, raises questions concerning the role of drug makers in the ongoing opioid epidemic. A representative of several drug companies named in the report … Continued

  • Utah House Speaker Declares War on Drug Makers over Opioid Epidemic with New Legislation

    The Utah Legislature opened the year with a bold proclamation. During the opening of the legislative year, House Speaker Greg Hughes declared war on pharmaceutical companies who produce and sell opioid medications. Hughes asserted these companies are doing little to prevent the opioid epidemic in Utah. In an article published in the January 20th edition … Continued

  • Aetna Waiving Co-Pay for Narcan to Some

    One of America’s largest health insurance companies recently took major to combat the opioid epidemic by waiving copays for the overdose-reversing nasal spray Narcan. Effective New Year’s Day, Aetna removed the financial hurdles that kept some from accessing and using this potentially life-saving medication. In addition to waiving co-pays for Narcan, Aetna also limited the … Continued

  • Walmart is Giving Away Free Opioid Disposal Kits

    Drug overdoses are the number one cause of accidental death in the United States. In 2016, the Centers for Disease Control reports more than 63,600 people died due to overdose. Of those deaths, approximately two-thirds involved heroin and prescription painkillers. In response to ongoing drug crisis, Walmart is offering a free opioid disposal kit called … Continued

  • Timeline for Levels of Treatment Care

    It’s only relatively recently that we’ve really begun to understand the disease of addiction. Previously, most people saw addiction as an issue of behavior and morality with individuals suffering from substance abuse disorders merely considered bad people. Over the course of decades of research, we’ve come to realize that addiction is a chronic relapsing brain … Continued

  • The Importance of Aftercare

    Nobody ever intends to become addicted to alcohol or drugs. In fact, many people don’t realize they’ve even become addicted until they begin to experience withdrawal symptoms in the times between fixes. Unfortunately, by the time chemical dependency has occurred, it’s often too late to simply stop using mind-altering substances. By this point, some type … Continued

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