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Recover from Addiction and Find Your Inner Peace

Recovering from addiction is more than stopping alcohol or drugs. It’s more than getting through detox. These two steps are first and foremost, but finding peace in long-term recovery requires important internal work as well as lifestyle changes. Not everything has to change. Changing everything about who you are and how you live could invite …

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Wasatch Crest's Recreational Therapy Program

Our Recreational Therapy program truly sets us aside from other treatment centers – we have 3 outings every week, experiential group therapy and yoga/meditation. It’s rare to find such a holistic program. And that’s what attracts so many people from all over the country. Utah is such a beautiful place with a diverse range of …

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7 Best Utah Cities to Live in Recovery

Utah is home to some of the most beautiful outdoor expanses in the nation. The state has several cities with the ideal environment for people in recovery for more reasons than just its outdoors. Friendly and welcoming locals, great economic environments, and low crime rates provide the ideal atmosphere to create new routines, traditions, and …

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Benefits of Adventure Therapy

Adventure therapy has been a prominent form of recovery for several decades now. It’s very different from talk therapy groups in that it typically takes place in an outdoor setting with experiences that require problem solving skills. In adventure based experiential therapy, you are able to face personal challenges relying only on yourself and your …

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How to Deal With the Shock that Comes With Finding Out a Loved One is Using

When you find out someone you love is using drugs or abusing alcohol, it’s alarming. It’s shocking. It’s confusing. It’s heartbreaking. This person that you love is hurting himself, and you have questions – lots of them. How did this happen? Why is he doing this? Why doesn’t he stop? Is this my fault? Can …

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