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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Springdale, UT

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Chateau Recovery
375 Rainbow Lane Midway, UT 84049

More Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Springdale, UT

Retreat at Zion
991 W. 230 S. Rockville, UT 84763
- 3 Miles Away
Steps Recovery Center - St. George Facility
1085 S. Bluff Street Saint George, UT 84770
- 33 Miles Away
Southwest Behavioral Health Center - Horizon House
54 N. 200 E. Cedar City, UT 84720
- 29 Miles Away
Sorenson's Ranch
410 North 100 East Koosharem, UT 84744
- 109 Miles Away
Saint George Metro Treatment Center
620 South 400 East, Suite 404 Saint George, UT 84770
- 33 Miles Away

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    Dr. Mark Keep
    Dr. Mark Keep
    Medical Director
    Steps Recovery Centers
    Dr. Mark Keep has been in healthcare for 36 years. He was an advanced life support medic in central California for 5 years in the early 1980’s prior to attending medical school at Albany Medical College in Albany, NY. He completed Internal Medicine Residency and Heart Failure/Cardiac Transplant Fellowship at he University of Utah followed by Cardiology Fellowship at the University of Arizona. He worked as a general and interventional cardiologist in Utah for 18 years. In 2008 his 7-year-old daughter Alissa died in a motor vehicle accident. Dr. Keep had to overcome grief induced medical issues as well as alcohol use while struggling to recover from the pain of his daughter’s death. Volunteer work as well as research, writing, and speaking on the medical ramifications of grief and loss, including adverse coping mechanisms such as substance abuse, were part of his recovery. He has spoken locally, nationally and soon internationally on the subject. It also led to working with alcoholics and addicts and becoming an Addiction Medicine specialist. He is board certified in Cardiology, a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and board eligible in Addiction Medicine. Sharing his experience, strength, and hope as well as training, medical knowledge, and research are part of his desire to “pay it forward” and help others to also recover from grief, loss, trauma and addiction.
    Hanna LeBaron, LCSW
    Hanna LeBaron, LCSW
    Executive Clinical Director
    Maple Mountain Recovery
    Hanna LeBaron has been working in the field of mental health and substance abuse since 1999. She started as support staff in a psychiatric hospital and moved diligently through the ranks all the way to Executive Clinical Director. In her distinguished career, she has developed two clinical outpatient programs and two residential programs. Hanna's passion is to establish effective, evidence-based and fun treatment programs throughout the country. She believes that clients need to be treated holistically, which includes all of the levels of being a human being: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social. Hanna is passionate about her work. Her passion stems from her own struggles with substance abuse and from her own successful long-term recovery. Hanna believes in people's ability to reach long-term emotional recovery through proper treatment and support. Nobody is ever beyond help for her. Hanna earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from University of Utah in 2013. Hanna believes in life-long learning and self-improvement. Since then, she has worked on learning different evidence-based modalities in treating addictions and mental health issues, especially trauma and personality disorders. Hanna is an EMDR certified clinician, as well.
    Dr. Mark Keep M.D.
    Dr. Mark Keep M.D.
    Medical Director
    Annie's House
    Dr. Mark Keep has been in healthcare for 36 years. He was an advanced life support medic in central California for 5 years in the early 1980’s prior to attending medical school at Albany Medical College in Albany, NY. He completed Internal Medicine Residency and Heart Failure/Cardiac Transplant Fellowship at he University of Utah followed by Cardiology Fellowship at the University of Arizona. He worked as a general and interventional cardiologist in Utah for 18 years. In 2008 his 7-year-old daughter Alissa died in a motor vehicle accident. Dr. Keep had to overcome grief induced medical issues as well as alcohol use while struggling to recover from the pain of his daughter’s death. Volunteer work as well as research, writing, and speaking on the medical ramifications of grief and loss, including adverse coping mechanisms such as substance abuse, were part of his recovery. He has spoken locally, nationally and soon internationally on the subject. It also led to working with alcoholics and addicts and becoming an Addiction Medicine specialist. He is board certified in Cardiology, a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and board eligible in Addiction Medicine. Sharing his experience, strength, and hope as well as training, medical knowledge, and research are part of his desire to “pay it forward” and help others to also recover from grief, loss, trauma and addiction.
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