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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Orderville, Utah

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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Utah

Recovery Ways - Mountain View

Several great employees. Many horrible employees. Very little personal counseling.

- Alex
4 out of 5
Murray, UT

New Roads Behavioral Health

Accepting of problems. This is hard to do since i expressed earlier a loved one went through this. But i do know she is very convinced and rehabilitated after going here.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Cottonwood Heights, UT

MATR Behavioral Health

I was so broken when I entered into treatment. I had no self worth. I was lost. I have had some traumatic life experiences that drove me to addiction. At MATR they taught me the root issues that lead me to those addictions. They taught me how my brain works and why I was doing the destructive behaviors. Most important they taught me the techniques to work through those root issues. Also how to change my thinking and process through those traumatic events. I feel like I can breathe again and go on with life. I am able to have self control and work through what ever life decides to throw at me. The information and knowledge that I learned at MATR would help anyone not just substance abuse.

- KP
5 out of 5
Mount Pleasant, UT