As part of our series of the best drug rehab centers in each state in the country, we present the 10 best rehab centers in Utah. The unique natural environment that surrounds the state makes Utah a common destination for addiction recovery and means that Utah rehab centers are up to speed on best practices and know beat how to fill the needs of those who are in recovery. However, as with our other lists, we looked at over 100 centers in the area and picked the best 10 based on our criteria. Without further ado, here are the best rehab centers in Utah.
1. New Roads Treatment, Sandy(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
The New Roads residential treatment center in Utah was remodeled as recently as 2010, and offers amenities such as a gym, a private garden, and yoga, music and art classes, all in a quiet residential neighborhood. However, as with any really good rehab center, it is a successful recovery that makes all the difference. And New Roads is one of the best reviewed rehab centers out there, and has an almost perfect rating on Facebook.
For more information on this facility go to https://newroadstreatment.org/
2. Second Nature Wilderness Program, Duchesne(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
The Wilderness Program at Second Nature is a renowned rehabilitation program for people of all ages. Whether you have a preteen, a teen, a young adult, or you yourself need to enter recovery, there is a program that is tailored for your needs at Second Nature. This style of rehab might not be for everyone, but it is the unique experience that draws many clients to Second Nature, and they always come out of it a better person.
For more information on this facility go to www.second-nature.com/
3. Recovery Ways, Salt Lake City(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
The custom built and brand new facilities at Recovery Ways make for the perfect place to spend your recovery. But the guarantee of a private bedroom and bathroom is not the only reason to go there. They have a team of qualified medical professionals to help you, as well as a structured program that is designed to help you each step of the way, including things such as fitness programs, nutritious meals, and learning new hobbies and activities.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.recoveryways.com/
4. Youth Services, Salt Lake City(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
Salt Lake County Youth Services is special because it aims at providing a place of safety, shelter and support for young people. This includes treatment for substance abuse. Their outpatient program has different levels of therapeutic services, adjusted according to need, and is guided by a number of licensed professionals.
For more information on this facility go to slco.org/youth/
5. Aspiro, Riverton(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
Aspiro believes in Wilderness Adventure Therapy, which they offer for teens and young adults through individualized programs. Unlike some other wilderness programs, they offer a great deal of variety in their “adventures,” such as skiing, backpacking, rock climbing, and mountain biking. They use the thrill of these adventures to establish healthy behavioral patterns and teach youth that there is life outside of addiction.
For more information on this facility go to https://aspiroadventure.com/
6. Legacy Outdoor Adventures, Loa(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
Legacy Outdoor Adventures is another option for wilderness therapy, this time for young adult males. The focus on this demographic allows them to treat their clients in a specific and practical way. They use their remote Utah location to explore over a thousand square miles together; according to their website, they aim to “strike the right balance between providing a true wilderness experience while also creating an environment that is conducive to meaningful therapy and the development of personal relationships.
For more information on this facility go to legacyoutdooradventures.com/
7. Journey Healing Center, Multiple Locations(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
The main Journey Healing Center is located in Salt Lake City by the Wasatch mountains and has more the feel of a secluded ski resort than a rehab center. Journey has a further location known as Creekside, that is a smaller, private house a short walk from the main facility. Both of these facilities allow for full recovery in a comfortable and secluded environment, using a holistic approach that includes practices such as yoga, meditation, drumming therapy, massage therapy, and more.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.journeycenters.com/
8. Odyssey House, Salt Lake City(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
Founded in 1971, Odyssey House has had plenty of time to perfect their process. And as they are one of the most popular recovery resources in Utah, it is safe to say that they have done a good job of doing just that. One of their proudest achievements is the “family culture” that they have cultivated over the years, giving each client a strong support system and “meaningful personal connections during treatment.”
For more information on this facility go to https://www.odysseyhouse.org/
9. Sunrise Residential Treatment Program, Hurricane(800) 506-5834 – Talk To A Drugrehab.org Treatment Specialist Today
Sunrise is a unique treatment program that is designed especially for teenage girls. Using individual, family, group, recreational and equine therapy, they aim to promote individual growth that form a solid foundation for the rest of a girl’s life. The people at sunrise have worked hard to fully understand the complexities that make up a teen girl and use this understanding to provide the best environment for any troubled teen. Located near St. George, it all takes place in a warm and sunny environment.
For more information on this facility go to https://www.sunrisertc.com/
**The facilities and organizations mentioned in this article are not affiliated with DrugRehab.org.