If you have been volunteering for a while, you no doubt enjoy the comradery of working with others in your community for a cause you find important. But even the most dedicated volunteer might find him- or herself feeling burnt out after volunteering for a few years. How can you fight burn out and find […]
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It is easy to say that giving back is important, and it is easy to say people should go volunteer their time. But what if you are an introvert? Maybe you want to give back to your community, but the idea of being out in a group setting squashes the idea of volunteering almost as
The holidays are coming up, and for many people they serve as an annual reminder to do something for the community in which they live, in one way or another. Even the most jaded among us can find the joy in such a thing and can see why it is important, but in case you
Women experience addiction and approach recovery differently than men. Wasatch Crest’s women’s transitional living residence allows female clients can heal according to their needs while surrounded by empathetic individuals of their gender. Uinta Women’s Transitional Living Program Director, Becky Wheelock gives a tour of the new women’s residence. Watch it here.
Wasatch Crest’s Clinical Director, Rich McDonald, CMHC, and Alumni Coordinator, Becky Wheelock, discuss the Wasatch Warriors alumni program. Watch their full presentation below. In early recovery, it can be difficult for newly sober individuals to decide where they fit in. Wasatch Crest’s Alumni Coordinator holds an exit interview with each graduate to get a feel
Our Transitional Living Program Director, Tyson Allred, and Clinical Director, Rich McDonald, CMHC, discuss Wasatch Crest’s Uinta Sober Living Program. You can watch their full presentation below. Wasatch Crest’s on-campus Uinta sober living residence is open to males who are transitioning out of residential treatment. In residential treatment, clients are able to stabilize with medical
On KPCW’s Local News Hour, Wasatch Crest’s Founder & CEO discusses our newest community offerings, including our evening intensive outpatient program and our family member support group. Listen here.
If you are struggling with addiction and don’t know where to turn, we invite you to consider Wasatch Crest. We take a unique and wholistic approach to treating patients – treatment that includes creating trust, rediscovering yourself, building confidence, and staying connected long after the treatment program is over. Getting Started Our admission counselors are
It is never too late to start writing your new story. If you are struggling with addiction of any kind and want to start your journey to recovery, Wasatch Crest Treatment Center is here to help. Just Pick Up the Phone It can all start with a phone call – we are available 24 hours