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Cottonwood Heights, Utah Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with drug addiction in Cottonwood Heights, UT, Rehabs.com houses a vast online database of executive inpatient programs, as well as an array of other alternatives. We can assist you in discovering addiction care programs for a variety of addictions. Search for a great rehabilitation facility in Cottonwood Heights now, and take off on the road to recovery.

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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Cottonwood Heights, UT

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Chateau Recovery
375 Rainbow Lane Midway, UT 84049

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New Roads Behavioral Health
2450 East Fort Union Blvd. Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121

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    Utah Addiction Centers

    Keeping clients busy so they don't think about theyre addiction A downfall was that there were not enough phone lines Clients are able to interact with each other. more like a home based system where clients are allowed in the upkeep of the facility

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    Eagle Mountain, UT

    Odyssey House

    people who understand what you are going thru. too many people not enough staff. not enough time with counslers.

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    Salt Lake City, UT

    Cedar Ridge Academy

    It was a loving place where a family owned the facility. We were very happy with how it was run at the time but it has been a number of years since we had contact with them. We have referred a number of people there who have also sent their kids.

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    Roosevelt, UT
    Meet the Pros
    Dr. Monica Polk, D.O.
    Dr. Monica Polk, D.O.
    Medical Director
    Deer Hollow Recovery & Wellness
    Monica attended the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and graduated in June 2003. After school, she completed her Adult Psychiatry Residency at the Institute of Living in Hartford, Connecticut and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Soon after, Monica completed a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC. During her last year of training, she completed a Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Monica had always wanted to be a psychiatrist because of her belief in the importance of mental health, and she found psychiatry to be an extremely interesting area of medicine. Dr. Polk’s true desire is to contribute to the recovery of each individual she treats at Deer Hollow Recovery. In her free time, she enjoys going for jeep rides in the mountains and spending time with her family, including her two poodles.
    Desmond Lomax, LCMHC
    Desmond Lomax, LCMHC
    Executive Director
    Steps Recovery Center - St George Residential
    Desmond Lomax comes to Steps Recovery Center with 20 years of experience in management, programming, and treatment. He recently retired as the Director of Community Programming for the Department of Corrections. His efforts in that position were recognized by the State of Utah and The Utah Fall Substance Abuse Conference when he was awarded the 2019 Patrick J. Fleming Award for contributions to the Substance Abuse community. Desmond has a background as a Clinical Director, Therapist, and Law Enforcement Officer for the past 20 years. He has been an adjunct professor for the University of Utah teaching classes in Forensic Social Work for the Master of Social Work program. He loves to present on multiple substance abuse topics and has done so throughout the country. He is a Master Facilitator for the Arbinger Institute and trains organization across the United States on having and maintaining an Outward Mindset. He has a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelors in Political Science and Sociology. He is a BYU Football Alumni who played on the 1996 BYU Football team that was ranked 5th in the country. Most importantly, he is a Husband to his lovely wife for the past 23 years and the father of 4 amazing children. He is humbled to have this opportunity to work for such amazing people.
    Tyler Hansen MSWi, LASUDC
    Tyler Hansen MSWi, LASUDC
    Co-Owner
    Annie's House
    After struggling with heroin and opiate addiction and spending time in the Utah State Prison for 2 1/2 years, Tyler has been sober 8 years. He is now pursuing his Masters, and has received a degree in Psychology and is also a licensed substance use disorder counselor in the State of Utah. Tyler donates his time at the RISE program at the Utah County Jail, is a member of the Utah County Sheriffs Office, & he is on the board of directors at the Utah Harm Reduction Coalition. Tyler has worked at Steps Recovery Centers for 6 years and started on the admissions team years ago. He has presented at the Fall Substance Abuse Conference and told his story across the country and on several podcasts here locally. He works with several local organizations including Adult Parole and Probation and the Utah Department of Corrections to reduce recidivism to jails and prisons and increase awareness around the opiate crisis. Tyler has 5 kids and a wonderful wife, and spends his spare time with them. They enjoy lots of sports and living in Utah close to the mountains.
    Utah Treatment Facts

    Utah ranks 3rd in treatment centers servicing/accepting veterans per 100,000 residents. Idaho is ranked one spot worse at spot 4. Wyoming is just 1 spot better, ranked 2 out of the United States.

    When adjusted for population, Utah ranks 3rd in treatment centers servicing/accepting community reinforcement plus vouchers. One spot worse is Nebraska, ranked 4 in the U.S. Colorado is just 1 spot better, ranked 2 out of the United States.

    For seniors or older adults clients, Utah ranks 4th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Maryland is ranked one spot worse at spot 5. Wyoming is just 1 spot better, ranked 3 out of the United States.

    Utah is 4th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting private health insurance. One spot worse is Vermont, ranked 5 in the U.S. Wyoming is just 1 spot better, ranked 3 out of the United States.

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    Investigating Cottonwood Heights Rehabilitation Programs Cottonwood Heights drug rehab programs offer support and guidance for anyone who struggles with a drug addiction. A drug problem can take many forms involving both legal and illegal drugs. According to the Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, Utah has the highest reported rates of prescription painkiller abuse in the United States. For some people, professional drug treatment may be necessary for them to regain control of their lives. What to Expect at Treatment Centers Entering a drug treatment program with a hopeful attitude can go a long way towards getting the most out of your treatment experience. Drug rehab involves confronting the effects of addiction in your life and developing ways of managing your life without the need for drugs. Cottonwood Heights program staff members have experience in guiding people through this process and encourage open communication throughout.

    In the process, you'll develop a plan for how to avoid situations where drugs are present and find other enjoyable activities to take the place of using drugs.

    Relapse Triggers

    Part of the difficulty in abstaining from alcohol and/or drug use has to do with drug-related triggers or cues that become a part of a person's addiction cycle. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, drug-related cues can take a variety of forms, some of which include:

    • A certain group of friends
    • Family stressors
    • Psychological problems
    • Environmental cues (smells, certain areas of town, or even objects)
    Locating Treatment Centers in Cottonwood Heights

    As each person enters drug treatment with their own set of circumstances and issues, it's important to find a program that has experience working with the types of issues that affect you. Addiction is often a multi-pronged condition that feeds off other areas of your life where stress and pressure abound.

    Much of what you'll learn in drug treatment is how to handle the different areas of your life without turning to drugs.