What To Expect

Has the pain of life become greater than the fear of change?

Recovery is a Program of Attraction

When you come to Wasatch Crest, or when you bring someone you care about to our rehab facility, you can expect the highest possible level of care and treatment. We are dedicated to helping each resident achieve lasting recovery for a lifetime of happiness and wellbeing.

The addiction treatment process at The Wasatch Crest is a personalized treatment made up of 1 on 1 Counseling with Master Level Clinicians, Cognitive Therapy, Experiential Therapy, 1 on 1 Family Group Therapy and component from Traditional 12 Step programs.

Recovery is Hard Work

Be ready to make some changes. Whether we like to admit it or not; we all get to treatment because our lives have become unmanageable in many respects. You or your loved one is expected to come in, work hard and dig deep to discover the reasons they have been living the way they have been. We remove you or your loved one from the day to day distractions so they can concentrate on tough personal issues. All of this is set in a warm and friendly environment with people dealing with the same issues. The majority of our staff are individuals practicing long-term recovery – we understand what you and your loved ones are going through.

Addiction is often described as an “Allergy of the body and an obsession of the mind”. In a residential setting, we will work with you on your “obsession” while giving your body the time it needs to heal. No matter who you are, none of us have looked at our drug of choice and thought, “This might help my problem go away”. The most effective alcohol and drug treatment program is of little use without honesty, willingness, and an open-mind.

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