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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Toquerville, UT

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Chateau Recovery
375 Rainbow Lane Midway, UT 84049

More Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Toquerville, UT

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

    I was at ashcreek ranch academy for 10 months. When I first got there straight out of wilderness I was welcomed by other students first thing in the morning I had fellow students walking up to me and being very friendly. I had staff also welcome me into the school. The staff at ashcreek are very caring and loving and want to help the students there and I still keep in contact with a few staff to this day. The equine part of the program was a very therapeutic part of the program and was very fun to go out to rodeos and shows etc and because of ashcreek I am currently pursuing a future in farrier work. I would encourage parents to send there child to ashcreek if they are looking for a helpful effective safe RTC for their child

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    Meet the Pros
    Todd Soutor, PhD
    Todd Soutor, PhD
    Clinical Director & Psychologist
    Spirit Mountain Recovery
    Dr. Soutor earned his B.A. Degree in Psychology from Dartmouth College and his Ph.D. in Psychology from Utah State University. While at Spirit Mountain, or in private practice, Dr. Soutor has performed a variety of assignments in psychological testing, assessments, diagnoses as well as individual, group and family therapeutic counseling. Dr. Soutor has also served as the Director of Intensive Services for Davis Behavioral Health Care, Kaysville, Utah, to include oversight of the Residential Crisis Response Unit and Jail Based Mental Health Services. Dr. Soutor is a Mental Health and Substance Abuse Certified Trainer-Examiner and a Member of the Executive Leadership Team for the State of Utah.
    Erica Peterson, RN, BS
    Erica Peterson, RN, BS
    Nursing Director
    Deer Hollow Recovery & Wellness
    Erica graduated with honors from Utah Valley University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. She also graduated with honors from the University of North Florida with a Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training. Although Erica has experience working with various populations, her specialty lies with those suffering from mental illness and/or addiction. Erica developed a passion caring for individuals who struggle with behavioral health early on in her career. She is excited to be working in a setting where she can help guide those individuals to a life of recovery, as well as contribute her experience in state licensing and Joint Commission accreditation.
    Desmond Lomax LCMHC
    Desmond Lomax LCMHC
    Executive Director
    Annie's House
    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.
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