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How to Help Sober Living Clients Secure Employment

Wasatch Crest’s Clinical Director Rich McDonald, CMHC, and Uinta Sober Living Director Tyson Allred discuss strategies for preparing clients for employment post-treatment. You can watch their discussion below. When I completed treatment, I was in this limbo, caught between my old life and my new life, and I wasn’t sure how to navigate it. Securing …

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How to Prevent Relapse

Wasatch Crest’s Alumni Coordinator Becky Wheelock, CPSS, talks about the importance of creating a relapse prevention plan and gives advice on how to maintain your recovery. You can watch her discussion below. Addiction treatment creates a safe bubble for clients that is necessary for their stabilization and initial healing. When individuals leave treatment, they face …

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How Service Can Help Keep You Sober

An important tenant of addiction recovery is giving back what was freely given to you, which is where service comes in. Service gives us the opportunity to step outside of ourselves, allows us to stay in the present moment, integrates us into the community, and increases our sense of gratitude. Wasatch Crest’s Clinical Director Rich …

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How to Practice Leadership in Recovery

Wasatch Crest’s Uinta Sober Living Program Director Tyson Allred discusses what it means to take ownership of your recovery. You can watch his talk below. Starting on a new path in life takes courage. In early recovery, you’re going to have to set boundaries, have hard conversations, and face many unknowns. Because of this, embracing …

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Why You Should Work With a Sponsor in Recovery

Once a person has completed residential treatment, day treatment, or intensive outpatient treatment, recovery does not end. Addiction treatment is a valuable step in the recovery journey, but recovery is a life-long process that involves more than just getting off of a substance. Newly recovered individuals have access to support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics …

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Recover Out Loud: How to Advocate for Recovery Resources

Over the past several years the opioid epidemic has received local, state and national coverage. The crisis in the United States has forced the public and our politicians to take a closer look at how addiction is impacting every area of our society. Even with this coverage, addiction remains a topic that carries with it …

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The 12-Step Concepts of Surrender, Connection, Community, and Anonymity

In the world of substance abuse treatment, it is easy to find passionate debate over the efficacy of 12-step programs. It is difficult to track outcomes of a program that keeps no formal records or documentation of its participants. Regardless of your opinion, there are principles taught in 12-step programs that are crucial to a …

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Rebuilding Relationships in Recovery: Ten Right Actions to Take Over Time

Addiction is a family disease. It affects the individual and everyone in the individual’s life, often for years. When the recovery journey begins, the road in the rearview mirror is littered with wreckage. Spouses want nothing to do with us. Parents are tapped out. And children have lost hope and respect for us. We are …

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