Month: August 2020

“Recovery is a lifelong journey.” — Brady’s Recovery Story

By Wasatch Crest Team Member Brady Warner Wasatch Crest team member, Brady Warner, shared his recovery story. You can watch him tell his story and read his narrative below. I’ve been in and out of rehab, hospitals, and jails since I was 14-years-old. The final time that I was incarcerated, I began my recovery journey. …

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“We can and do recover.” — Josh’s Recovery Story

By Wasatch Crest Business Development Representative Josh Barker Wasatch Crest business development representative Josh Barker shared his addiction recovery story with us. Watch and read his story below. My name is Josh, and I’m in recovery from addiction. After years of substance abuse, I finally got clean on October 27, 2014. It was a long …

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Overcoming Trauma Triggers

“Why do I need to talk about my trauma?” “I don’t even think about it.” “The past is the past, no need to bring it up.  It just makes me depressed.” “I’m focusing on the future, not the past.” In treating clients with trauma, I’ve heard all of these statements. I understand their hesitancy, but …

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“Adversity truly introduces us to ourselves.” — Marc’s Recovery Story

By Wasatch Crest Team Member Marc T. Wasatch Crest team member, Marc T, shared his addiction recovery story with us. Read his narrative below. On July 27, 2009, I checked myself into a little treatment center in Orem, Utah, hoping to find some answers to my substance abuse problem that had been plaguing me for …

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Eat Plants, Drink Water

As we practice staying sober one day at a time, it’s important to prioritize our health. Attending 12-step meetings, an intensive outpatient program, or another recovery program, in addition to working or caring for a family can take up a majority of our time. When we’re focusing so much of our energy on our sobriety, …

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Overdose, Drug and Alcohol Abuse, On the Rise with Pandemic

As numbers of COVID-19 cases rise across the nation, businesses shut back down to help mitigate the crisis, and people deal with economic insecurity and continued social isolation, overdoses and drug and alcohol abuse are on the rise. Because of the ongoing stress of the pandemic and the economic and emotional strife people have experienced …

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