Where to Go for Rehab in Salt Lake City

new age rehabWhen you or a loved one have fallen victim to drug or alcohol addiction, it can devastate your family and friends. The road back can be hard and long; but with the right assistance, the addiction can be conquered. When looking for safe and effective rehab in salt lake city, one of the leading recovery centers in the country is available: Pathways Real Life Recovery.

Why Choose Us for Rehab?

Pathways has a great recovery rate — one of the highest in Salt Lake City and the country. This has been achieved by taking an all-encompassing approach. We start with the conviction that recovery is possible. We train the individual to find strength, confidence, and power from both within and without. We emphasize free will, confidence, honesty, and choice in working with the addict and his/her circle of friends and family to overcome and thrive.

We want to help. Please contact us today for more information.

Recovery

Without proper professional assistance, chances for recovery from addiction are few. Though well intentioned, many people unwittingly enable the addict rather than help them pull out of the cycle of self-destruction. Professional help greatly increases the addict’s chances of success in recovery. Our recovery spans three phases:

  1. Acknowledging gratitude, exhibiting honesty, and taking responsibility for choices
  2. Making healthy decisions, self-discovery, and self-affirmation
  3. Understanding accountability and handling stress
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