Minimum 30 days – 1 year
Our Medical Doctor is also a Board-Certified Psychiatrist able to assess and diagnose Substance Use and Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders. Each of our clients are medically and psychiatrically assessed upon admission. He is also the chief determinate of whether an individual will need to be detoxed prior to being admitted. This is based on a multitude of factors including the type of drug being primarily used, the amount and frequency of use. Spirit Mountain Recovery has assisted in the tapering of individuals off prescribed medications but does not offer Medically Assisted Treatment.
Commonly called a type of therapy using horses, Equine-Assisted Therapy is engaged once per week. Two LCSW Therapists that are EAGALA Certified perform this treatment. Clients have raved about this type of therapy and the horses are beautiful, compassionate animals well suited for their purposes to those struggling with addiction.
Spirit Mountain Recovery makes full use of all types of activities to continue recovery dialogues and experience nature to the fullest. Many clients have had breakthrough realizations in regard to themselves when they were out engaged in an outside activity. These activities supervised by our Peer Staff are focused on principally hiking in the mountains, camping, fishing, playing golf, pickleball, paddle boarding, skiing, snowboarding or shooting baskets.
Mindfulness-Based Spiritual Recovery (MBSpRe) is a proprietary recovery regimen which has evolved from the treatment of Substance Use and Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders of adult men at Spirit Mountain Recovery over the past five years. A significant amount of this treatment having been done outside in a nature from an 8-bed residence located on the side of a mountain in the beautiful Ogden Valley of northern Utah.
The goal of the MBSpRe Program is to focus a client’s attention on being consciously aware of their senses, emotions, and thoughts, without interpretation or judgment. Where they learn to access a new state-of-being by directing their consciousness to the present moment, the now.
It is in this enlightened state-of-being, that clients will be able to transcend from the spiritually unconscious behavior of their past drug use to being rooted in a new state of conscious presence. From having been solely identified with their past toxic ego, to having discovered a new, deeper, formless, more powerful, more intelligent sense of themselves.
Now, more spiritually conscious of themselves, their ability to make healthy life choices, like their core choice of abstaining from the use of drugs and alcohol, will have been greatly enhanced.