2022

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There’s Nothing Wrong With Spending New Year’s Eve Alone

Maybe you are far from home and so you don’t have anyone to celebrate New Year’s Eve with, or maybe you’ve had a tough year and you are trying to recover, and the thought of being around a bunch of people is too much right now. Whatever the reason, if you are spending this New Year’s […]

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Essential Elements of Successful Addiction Treatment: A Presentation By Wasatch Crest’s Clinical Team

By Wasatch Crest’s Executive Director Rich McDonald, CMHC and Clinical Director Jordan Gardner, CSW  Wasatch Crest’s executive director Rich McDonald, CMHC and clinical director Jordan Gardner, CSW discuss how clinical culture, therapeutic care, and team collaboration contribute to successful addiction treatment. You can watch their presentation and read the transcript below. CLINICAL CULTURE Jordan: An

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How to Overcome the Overwhelm of the Holiday Season and Maintain Addiction Recovery

By Wasatch Crest Alumni Coordinator Madi Banks Wasatch Crest alumni coordinator, Madi Banks, gives her tips for staying sober during the holidays. While full of good cheer, the holidays can also be stressful. Attending and hosting holiday parties, budgeting for gifts, dealing with complicated family dynamics, and wanting the holidays to be magical can be

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What’s Cooking at Wasatch: Simple, Sizzling Beef and Vegetable Stir Fry

With our seasonal, five-week rotating menu, clients are able to dine on a variety of fresh and hearty meals throughout their treatment stays. They may even take home some inspiration from our head chef, Mirza Miljikovich, to help fuel their recovery – like this recipe, a simple beef and vegetable stir fry. You can watch

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October is Positive Attitude Month: How to develop a positive attitude

This month is Positive Attitude Month, and although it isn’t easy to suddenly turn into a positive person when you’ve spent your whole life being negative, it can be done – and it is well worth the trouble. People who are “positive” cope with difficulties better, have better mental and physical health, and even live longer. How

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October is Positive Attitude Month: What can a positive attitude do for you?

We all know at least one person who is positive no matter what – positive to the point where it’s a little annoying and you wonder how they got that way. Although it may seem foreign to some of us, a positive attitude has many benefits. However, although cultivating a positive attitude is worth the effort, it

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How To Prevent Alcohol and Drug Abuse in Yourself, Your Family, and Your Community

While many elements increase the chances of developing an addiction, there are steps you can take to help mitigate the risk of alcohol and drug abuse in yourself, your family, and your community.  ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION FOR YOURSELF Depending on your genetic makeup, childhood experiences, and mental health status, you may find that

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