Reentering the World After Inpatient Treatment

After spending one to three months in inpatient treatment, those first steps back out into the world can be overwhelming. But leaving inpatient treatment doesn’t mean your treatment is complete, nor does it mean you have to survive on your own. Completing inpatient treatment is a huge milestone that should be celebrated – but recovery …

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Staying Clean and Sober When Times Are Tough

The recent pandemic has been very difficult for many recovering addicts. In some cases, the intermediary homes they’ve been staying in have been forced to close; for others, the stress and anxiety of the situation has caused them to feel the pull back toward bad habits. For an addict, staying clean and sober when things …

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“There is a way to have an amazing life.” — C.B.’s Recovery Story

When I arrived at Wasatch Crest, I didn’t know exactly what I wanted or needed. I just knew my addiction had taken me to a place where I was completely broken, out of control and desperately needed change. I thought that maybe just a quick detox, some sober time with a clear head to think …

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“Being in a state of gratitude is a safe place for a recovering addict to be.” — A.B.’s Recovery Story

Wasatch Crest was the third inpatient program I attended, and although the first and second of the three were solid and beneficial, Wasatch Crest exceeded those programs in every possible way. I received individualized and group therapy at Wasatch Crest, both of which were stellar. Groups were well planned, well run, and had substance. In …

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