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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

  • Coping with Stress

    Stress can hit anywhere, at any time. You can be hanging out with friends or family, having a good time, and then that little voice in your head begins to remind you of all of the things you have to do at home, for work, or for school. Everyone has a little voice in their … Continued

  • Staying Sober While On Vacation

    We know that recovery is difficult. When there are added layers, however, recovery can be even harder to navigate. One of these added layers can be going on vacation. Your daily routine provides a sense of structure for your days. Without work, along with going away, you can feel a bit lost. Vacation can also … Continued

  • It Happens to Those We Least Expect

    When someone famous dies, there is often shock and confusion, especially when the person was young and seemingly healthy. People wonder how it happened. They want the inside details. Often, however, when they receive those inside details, they are devastated to learn the celebrity died in a way they didn’t expect. This is often true … Continued

  • Self-Care In 30 Minutes Or Less!

    Self-care doesn’t have to be a big event. There are small things you can do to help yourself feel better throughout the day, every day. See what you need from yourself to feel better and pick an activity from the list. You can do this! I need rest and relaxation: Try doing something to help … Continued

  • Do I Have Normal, Everyday Anxiety Or An Actual Anxiety Disorder?

    It can be challenging to differentiate between normal, everyday anxiety, and an actual anxiety disorder. Anxiety can be distressing for someone who has never dealt with it before. They may question if they are going crazy. They may even consider seeking help — this is a positive thing. Even if someone does not have a … Continued

  • Inner Coach Versus Inner Critic

    The way we talk to ourselves is crucial. Self-talk can be positive and motivating or negative and critical. This positive type of self-talk can be regarded as our “inner coach” while the negative kind of self-talk can be referenced as our “inner critic.” Pinnacle Recovery wants to go over the differences below and talk about … Continued

  • How Do I Stop Self-Sabotaging My Mental Health?

    There are some surefire ways to sabotage your mental health. You may be doing some of these things unconsciously. To nurture your mental health, you must get to a space where you are making choices that will impact your mental health and recovery in a positive way. Of course, this is difficult if you are … Continued

  • The 12 Rewards Of Sobriety

    The 12 Rewards of Sobriety have become a staple of 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. The bonds that members make in their 12-Step meetings are positive and long-lasting. Alcoholics Anonymous describes their meetings as “non-professional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere” ( The goal of AA is to help anyone … Continued

  • How Do Triggers Impact My Substance Use?

    Substance use triggers are very real and, if in recovery, often put the individual back in a mindset where they want to use the substance again. Triggers can be social, environmental, or emotional situations. Whatever the trigger may be, the likelihood of using the substance increases. Cravings may become too much to bear, and the … Continued

  • Wholehearted Living By Brené Brown

    Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston. She studies courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy (Brené Brown). Her first book, The Gifts of Imperfection, outlined how to live wholeheartedly. To do so, one must let go of one thing to cultivate another. Today, Pinnacle Recovery will outline Brown’s “10 guideposts for wholehearted living … Continued