Spirit Mountain Recovery’s inpatient drug and alcohol rehab for men is located in Eden, Utah. Just 60 miles East of Salt Lake City on a beautifully remote mountainside in the Wasatch Mountains. This intimate setting in nature, on the edge of the wilderness, holds eight beds, a 2:1 staff to client ratio, a top-rated Chef, and is complete with our therapy dog, Chip.
In our Eden location, we offer individual therapy, group therapy, and experiential therapy such as equine therapy, hiking, fishing, skiing, paddleboarding. This facility also offers an intensive outpatient program, private drug detox, family counseling, relapse prevention, and a personalized aftercare plan.
At an inpatient rehab center, you can expect certain benefits and amenities as part of your treatment program to overcome drug or alcohol addiction. Although each rehab varies from the next in some way, there are specific benefits to choosing inpatient rehab. The first of these is medically supported detox and withdrawal.
When someone begins detoxing alcohol or drugs, the first stages of withdrawal are the most complex. During the early days of detox, your body works to cleanse itself of the toxic effects of substances. During this process, a range of physical and emotional symptoms will occur. The level of symptom severity and intensity will vary depending on the delivery of your addiction; however, withdrawal symptoms can be painful, unpleasant, and dangerous.
When you seek help at an inpatient rehab in Utah, one of the first and most essential steps of recovery is to begin by detoxing and cleansing your system of the presence of any substances. Detox is safest in an inpatient treatment setting under medically supported care. Available medical supports help reduce the intensity of some symptoms. Also, medically supported detox can lead to safer detox as medical supports are available to reduce the possibility of dangerous, possibly fatal medical emergencies.
Another benefit to inpatient addiction rehab is therapeutic care explicitly designed around you. At our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab, members of our treatment team will work with you to create a program focused on your specific treatment needs and therapy goals. The symptoms of addiction and the challenges each person faces during rehab vary widely; each therapy program must focus on your individual needs, not the addiction you are ready to overcome.
Most inpatient rehabs offer several different therapy models. Many residential treatment facilities approach addiction treatment from a holistic perspective, meaning they strive to heal the mind, body, and spirit. Typical therapy examples offered at facilities like Spirit Mountain Recovery include psychotherapy techniques like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, trauma therapy, and other behavioral interventions. Other alternative therapies, including music therapy, art therapy, equine therapy, and other experiential therapies, are available at Spirit Mountain Recovery’s Utah inpatient rehab.
Inpatient rehab centers not only offer a wide variety of therapeutic options, but they also offer more frequent sessions. Seeing a therapist daily (or at least having one accessible daily) provides a crucial level of guidance and support many addicts need during the early stages of recovery. Frequent therapy sessions and communication with your providers enhance levels of trust between the patient and their therapist, which encourages more open and effective communication.
Inpatient rehab facilities such as Spirit Mountain Recovery offer continuous monitoring and 24-hour support to all individuals in their care. This is a significant advantage compared to other levels of care, where support may only be available during weekly or biweekly sessions. This high level of support and care helps identify struggles and provides an enhanced level of safety and security within the patient care environment. Inpatient rehab settings also offer high levels of routine, guidance, and structure to help you manage isolation and boredom-two challenges frequently associated with relapse.
Choosing the right level of care to address your treatment needs may impact your ability to achieve the best possible outcomes from treatment. Because different levels of addiction severity require different levels of treatment intensity, some programs may meet your needs more effectively than others. Inpatient addiction treatment is often the best first step for someone struggling with a severe addiction or addiction with a co-occurring mental or physical health condition. Residential rehab programs are also the best choice for those who struggle with addictions to substances that require intensive, medically monitored detox services. While withdrawal symptoms can occur regardless of the type of substance used. Withdrawing certain drugs and alcohol can lead to intense and overwhelming withdrawal symptoms that are best managed in a medically supervised setting.
Another reason to choose inpatient rehab as your first course of treatment would be if you had completed treatment before and experienced a relapse. Relapse is not uncommon, nor does experiencing relapse suggest addiction treatment has failed. Addiction is defined as a chronic, relapsing condition. Data from indicates relapse occurs in as many as 60% of those who go to rehab. Inpatient rehab programs are intensive programs that focus heavily on helping patients understand the root causes of addiction while teaching new, safer tools that you can use to manage relapse triggers in the future.
Outpatient rehab is generally recommended for those with mild to moderate addictions. Outpatient rehab allows you to seek the help you need while still living at home. While the ability to remain at home is a significant benefit to outpatient addiction treatment, it can also be one of the most notable challenges, especially for those without a safe and supported home environment or those who struggle with trigger management. Outpatient programs provide therapy on a flexible schedule that allows participants to remain engaged in work or personal obligations while attending therapy appointments at “off” hours such as evenings or weekends.
Many outpatient rehab programs do not provide intensive medically monitored detox services or dual diagnosis therapy. This is not to say that outpatient care is not effective; however, it may not be the best first course of treatment for those who need detox or who struggle with a co-occurring illness. It is also important to mention that outpatient care is often less intensive than inpatient rehab. Therefore, outpatient addiction treatment programs generally last longer (sometimes a year or more) than inpatient care as it will take longer to achieve your treatment goals.
One of the most difficult components of inpatient drug and alcohol rehab is spending time away from home. At our alcohol and drug rehab in Utah, our caring and compassionate team of medical and mental health professionals is here to ensure you can focus on getting well while feeling comfortable and supported. We understand the decision to seek help is complex and challenging. Because of this, we strive to ensure each treatment program is designed to address your unique needs and goals as you begin your journey towards sobriety.
The Spirit Mountain Experience
The journey to addiction recovery requires many steps and a commitment to lasting health and wellness. The safest and most effective way to achieve your treatment goals is to choose an inpatient rehab where the treatment programs are customized to meet your specific physical, emotional and spiritual needs as you detox and progress through therapy. Research indicates treatment programs designed around the needs of the individual, not the addiction, offer the most significant opportunities for treatment success.
Inpatient rehabs provide evidence-based treatments and alternative therapy options in a caring and compassionate treatment environment to offer you the best chance to get and stay sober. If you are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction and have decided it’s time to put addiction in the past, consider an inpatient rehab in Utah. Contact the admissions team at Spirit Mountain Recovery today if you are ready to take that next step towards lasting health and wellness.
The Spirit Mountain Experience
We believe that having a great night sleep in a comfortable setting is a baseline function for recovery. Come enjoy our Cal Spas Commander Swim Spa and In-Residence Gym. You will also not believe how clear you will be able to see the moons of Jupiter and the rings of Mars looking through our own telescope.
We serve nutritious meals, invigorating beverages and healthy snacks as designed by our in-house Nutritionist. Served in a family-style setting that encourages openness. Reestablishing healthy eating habits and getting your body back to a stable weight is a priority in early recovery.
There is nothing like fresh air and exercise in the great outdoors in our peaceful mountain valley location! Just a few hours away from 7 National and State of Utah Parks, we spend all the time we can in the great outdoors. Camping, hiking, paddleboarding, kayaking, golf and other outdoor activities has very recuperative effect on men in recovery.
Welcome To Spirit Mountain Recovery
They have the best team of staff and doctors on this planet. I am proud to say I am a recovering addict because of their amazing skills and treatment. They have changed my life completely and I could not have done it without them! Thank you for guiding me and paving the path for me to find my true self, and what I am capable of. You are all my family and friends.J.T.
The brotherhood of good men that have come together through addiction and recovery has created a unique approach toward spiritual wellness and care. SMR has core values that are built on service to others and a candid approach to recovery that has a deep and lasting change on the men who desire true change and empower them to overcome the disease of addiction. P.L.
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