Pathways Wholeness Center- Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab

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Pathways Wholeness Center is a special place to recover in the heart of South-Central Utah. Nestled in Glenwood, this beautiful and serene location is safe, private, and perfect for those seeking successful extended care, inpatient mental health, and addiction treatment programs.

Pathways Wholeness Center uses research-based evidence life principals that assist clients to become healthy and whole in all aspects of life. We are a treatment program that differentiates from many programs. Our research-based system utilizes tools to move away from the symptoms and pathology of behavior. Our mission is to assist our clients to gain awareness, life skills, self-love and a healthy belief system to stop self-sabotaging behaviors.

Residential Dual Diagnosis Rehab Services

We specialize in treating adults 18 years and older in a co-ed population. Pathways Wholeness Center treats dual diagnosis for mental health issues and addictions for alcohol, opioids, benzodiazepines like Klonopin and Xanax, amphetamines, cocaine, marijuana and designer drugs.  We also offer treatment for internet and technology addictions, gambling addiction, and other addictions that interfere with a whole and healthy life.

Our typical clients have a mental health diagnosis including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, other mood disorders, OCD, eating disorders, mild autism, PTSD, ADHD, and other personality disorders. These mental health disorders can lead to behavioral challenges as well as alcoholism and drug addiction.

Our proven methodology is used to improve life skills with:

Our daily schedule will incorporate process groups, education and skill-building, fitness, yoga, meditation, art therapy and many outdoor experiential therapeutic activities. Our treatment team focuses on a client’s strengthens and their input on their pathway to recovery.

Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Services

Pathways residential treatment center is strategically located to take full advantage of the tranquil surrounding nature with many of the holistic and experiential treatment programs taking place outdoors. This beautiful facility is located within a short drive of many beautiful lakes, 3 national forests and 5 national parks. Our private secluded location gives us the ability to build a sober treatment program that specializes in healing the root cause of drug addiction and alcohol addiction and assisting clients to liberate from their history through healing the whole person. We design our treatment around each client’s unique needs to allow them to overcome unhealthy belief’s, which often interferes with the ability to sustain long-term change.

Social Detox

Pathways Wholeness Center is licensed for social detox. The pain and discomfort caused by the withdrawal of drugs or alcohol can be extremely dangerous or even lead to death with high levels of benzodiazepine or alcohol. In those cases, a full medical detox is required. The Social Detoxification Program is a short-term non-medical treatment service for those who are in an intoxicated stated or withdrawing from alcohol or drugs. At Pathways, social detoxification clients are assisted in easing their withdrawal symptoms in a drug-free, safe and comfortable space with an emphasis on helping the individual obtain further care after detoxification through the continuum of care. If a higher level of detox is required, we will give referrals.

Our team of professionals provides a sophisticated, comprehensive, and holistic approach. Our medical team will provide medical clearance, weekly appointments, and medication management. We provide hormone testing and pharmacogenetic testing to ensure that medications are working properly.

Pathways Wholeness Center

Pathways Real Life Recovery offers a full continuum of care from residential inpatient treatment, day treatment, and intensive outpatient. We have housing available for clients transitioning to our day treatment program. Telehealth is available for clients who are returning home that live out of the area.

Regardless of the difficulties our clients are facing within themselves, relationships or family units, Pathways finds a wholeness solution through research-based principles that integrate self-awareness, strengthening tools, belief restructuring and healing. With 30 hours of treatment per week, our clients will develop tool, skills, and ability to integrate information into life skills that mitigate change with their patterns of behavior.

We are committed to supporting and encouraging our clients and their loved ones throughout their individual journeys towards healing and change.

We understand how overwhelming and scary addiction can be. Having someone to trust and who understands what you are going through will give you hope and peace of mind.

 

We're here to help! Call today to schedule a FREE Consultation (435) 278-2700.

 

Pathways Wholeness Center

189 E Center Street
Glenwood, UT 84730
(435) 278-2700

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Frequently Asked Questions About Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential Treatment is a place where clients can live outside of their regular environment in a facility that offers supervision and support and therapeutic interventions for those in early recovery. A client will eat and sleep at the facility. Clients participate in a clinically driven program daily to gain skills to maintain recovery. Residential treatment puts you or your loved one under our care 24 hours per day.
Residential treatment works by removing the person from the toxic environment and putting them in a safe, quiet environment that promotes a healthy and whole place to work on themselves. Clients gain tools and skills that will assist them in addressing core issues that have caused maladaptive coping skills, such as drugs and alcohol use. Inpatient treatment provides support through skilled staff that is available 24 hours per day to assist in the process of healing.
Upon checking into residential treatment, you will see a medical provider to ensure that you clear to begin the treatment program. You will have an intake with trained staff and assigned a room and be introduced to your peers. You will meet with clinical staff for a complete assessment and be given an opportunity to participate in creating a treatment plan and provide input on areas of your life you would like to work on.
A residential treatment setting is designed for the client to focus all attention to themselves and to start the journey of healing. Working while in residential is not permitted. Working is permitted in lower levels of care.
Detox is where a person is weaned of dangerous substances in a controlled environment. Residential Treatment and Outpatient Treatment (Rehab) is where you work on the causes and conditions that compel one to drink or use drugs.
Length of stay for residential treatment is based on individual needs however, the average stay is 30 to 45 days.
We accept most insurance except we do not take Medicaid or Medicare. We are happy to complete a verification of your insurance for you, simply click here
Upon intake to our residential facility, a complete medical history will be assessed and all medications will be approved/adjusted by our medical director. Often current medications will be taken with adjustments (if needed) by the medical staff.
We have created a checklist of items you should bring to Inpatient Rehab.
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There is typically a “blackout” period where no family visits are allowed but after that, the time friends and family can visit is based on clinical recommendations.
We specialize in co-occurring mental disorders and substance abuse.
When people use the term “Detox” they are typically describing a medical detox where you are in a hospital setting and being treated for symptoms caused by coming down off of large amounts of alcohol or drug abuse. Some of these symptoms can be extremely serious and even cause death. For those situations (typically heavy alcohol use or benzo use) a medical detox is mandatory for patient safety. For those detoxing off of any type of opioid or methamphetamine, medical detox is not necessary. In those situations, a “social detox” is offered where a Dr can still administer medication to ease the symptoms but it is in a much more comfortable setting.
It is highly recommended upon completing residential treatment to follow it up with lower levels of care which include outpatient therapy. Each person completing residential treatment will have discharge/transition plan in place that meets their individual needs.