Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Center Service Areas

Drug and alcohol addiction is a complex issue that may include uncontrollable cravings for specifics drugs and alcohol followed by compulsive seeking. Even though the addict may notice that the behavior causes serious consequences in his/her life, they persist in use. The path to addiction usually starts with a voluntary act of drinking alcohol and using drugs. But over time, an individual’s ability to choose not to do so becomes compromised. Alcohol addiction is particularly difficult to deal with since alcohol is legal for adults. Drug and alcohol addiction is a disease that affects both your brain and behavior.

The good news is that no matter how severe the addiction problem may seem, drug and alcohol addicts can benefit from the treatment options available at Pathways. Our experts will diagnose the condition and recommend the most appropriate treatment option for the patient. We offer financing and accept insurance from most companies. We are here to help you or your loved one regain control over their life.

Cities We Serve:

  • SLC
  • Taylorsville
  • Murray
  • Holladay
  • West Jordan
  • Midvale
  • Cottonwood Heights
  • Sandy
  • South Jordan
  • Riverton
  • Draper
  • Bluffdale
  • Herriman
  • Draper
  • Lehi

Our Treatment Methods

Most people tend to think that the only available treatment methods for alcohol and drug addicts are the 12-step and 28-day inpatient rehab. However, we offer lots of other treatment options depending on the nature and severity of the addiction. Here are the different types of treatment methods that we use to help our patients:

Outpatient Treatment

Our outpatient treatment includes a wide variety of programs for addicts who visit our facility on a regular schedule. Our outpatient treatment option consists of both individual and group drug and alcohol counseling. Although this treatment method may be intensive at the start, the patient transits to a regular outpatient treatment after attending several sessions.

Inpatient Treatment

The inpatient treatment option is the most effective since the patient is monitored 24/7 and it’s the most recommended treatment for those with severe problems. Our inpatient program features both safe housing and proper medical attention. Our experts may use a wide variety of therapeutic approaches to help your loved one. Our inpatient program is also aimed at assisting the patient to live a drug-free, alcohol-free, and crime-free lifestyle after the intensive treatment.

Faith-Based Treatment

We also offer faith-based treatment for patients who prefer a spiritual approach to recovery. We provide specialized programs and facilities that center around spiritual faith to help the patient recover within the shortest period. We hold the hand of all of our patients and guide them step-by-step through the recovery journey.

Sober Living Recovery

Our sober recovery plan acts as a bridge between our inpatient treatment plan and the patient’s determination to return to their normal life. This method is best suited for individuals who need additional time to start practicing what they learned in our rehabilitation center. We help our patients strengthen their new lifestyle while still residing in the comfort of our well-structured environment.

Medications              

Our experts may also recommend various medications to help the patient deal with the problem of alcohol dependence. The remedy is meant to complement the other behavioral treatment methods that the patient may be going through.

Pathways Real Life Recovery: Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Center in Utah

Is your loved one struggling with the problem of drug and alcohol addiction? Contact Pathways today and let us help him/her regain control over his/her life. We offer drug and alcohol treatments in Utah and teach our patients how to love themselves and avoid substance abuse. Give us a call today to learn more.

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