Utah Drug Treatment Programs

Utah Drug Treatment Programs

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Pathways Drug Treatment Programs Utah
Pathways CEO and Founder Michelle Amerman Listen to our CEO and Founder, Michelle Amerman, discuss our unique approach to the treatment of addiction.

Recorded on the Paul Duane Show Feb 2015.

Pathways Drug Treatment Program

sober living for women in UtahHere at Pathways we help you make changes in your life in a unique way. Where other drug treatment programs trap you in a facility, we work with you in your own home. Plus, we don’t surround you with strangers—we involve you and your loved ones and provide ample amounts of training, guidance, and support. By working as a team to make important changes together, we are able to get amazing results.

Pathways Wholeness Center

Outpatient Drug Treatment UtahA safe haven for women seeking positive change through sober recovery. Our exclusive women’s program at Pathways is designed to work with and deal with issues that are specific to women suffering with alcoholism, trauma or substance abuse problems. We provide our women residents with an environment that inspires growth and change. Additionally, we provide the tools, skills, and abilities that are necessary to recover.

Pathways Outpatient Addiction Recovery Program

While other Utah drug treatment programs take people out of the world and place them into the sterile environment of a treatment facility, we help people make changes in their own homes with their loved ones. Pathways integrates the family to strengthen and repair current issues that may hinder the healing process enabling clients to begin the empowering process of change from our individualized treatment programs.

Individualized Treatment Program

Individualized Drug Treatment Therapy UtahRather than using a one-size-fits-all approach, our drug treatment programs are tailored to fit each individual’s needs.
Some of the therapies we offer are:

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