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What is Residential Treatment?
Wasatch Crest’s residential treatment program is intended for individuals who are just beginning their substance abuse recovery journeys. During treatment, clients receive 24-hour care from our medical, mental health, and support staff.
The program is open to both men and women and has the capacity to cater to twenty clients at a time. Clients have access to individual, group, family, and recreational therapy, as well as psychiatric and medical care.
The average length of stay in our residential treatment center is 30 days. Throughout their stay, clients work through specific levels of healing and personal development with corresponding therapeutic exercises.
Clients also regularly participate in recreational and experiential therapy sessions, including adventure outings, equine therapy, yoga and meditation sessions, and even a Lakota Sweat Lodge ritual.
When clients complete residential treatment, they graduate and become a Wasatch Warrior. To prepare for their transition out of residential treatment, the clinical team curates an individual aftercare plan for each client, which may include recommendations for a partial hospitalization program, intensive outpatient program, or sober living residence. Many of our clients who graduate from residential treatment move to our onsite Uinta sober living residence, which offers a partial hospitalization program and intensive outpatient program open to male clients.
When clients complete treatment and leave Wasatch Crest, our dedicated Alumni Coordinator remains in close contact with them, through frequent phone call check-ins, weekly alumni meetings, and monthly alumni events.