Our residential facilities include a 61-bed treatment center located in a renovated church at 411 North Grant Street and a 32-bed treatment center, dedicated to veterans, at 440 South 500 East. Both facilities are located in Salt Lake City, Utah.
411 North Grant Street
The public entrance is located on the east side of the building. This location has full amenities including dorm-style rooms, a professional kitchen, an exercise room, group rooms, a common room, laundry facilities, and an outdoor children’s play area for family visits. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily, and coffee and snacks are available throughout the day.
440 South 500 East
Phase One of our Recovery Campus, located at 440 South 500 East, was completed in December of 2015 and we officially opened our doors on January 8, 2016. Phase One is the first of a two-phase plan to fully develop the property into a full-service Recovery Campus providing substance use disorder treatment, primary medical care, vocational training, and a mix of transitional and permanent housing. Our current facility at this location provides targeted services for veterans. The location, in a Salt lake CityTransit Station District, has full amenities including 4-man dorm-style rooms, an industrial kitchen, group rooms, a common room, computer lab, and outdoor excerise area. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily, and coffee and snacks are available throughout the day.
In our residential treatment center we serve adult men, ages 18 years and older, who are diagnosed with a substance use disorder. We specialize in helping people with co-occurring mental health disorders, veterans, those involved in the criminal justice system, people with low to no income, and those who have unstable or no housing. Our goal is to create a community that allows people to engage in treatment on multiple levels. To accomplish this goal, we address the unique needs of each client by creating individualized treatment and case-management plans to address multiple domains of concern (e.g., physical health, environment, family relations).
At the start of treatment, we do a thorough assessment to determine the appropriate level of care for each client. Clients referred to our residential facility are those whose pattern of substance use, and relevant behaviors, place them in imminent danger to themselves or others. At our residential facility, clients engage in treatment activities and supportive services throughout the day. Family members, friends, and other supportive individuals may visit clients during their stay. Our residential clients work to address both their substance use disorders and the secondary consequences of addiction, including unstable housing, barriers to employment, and untreated medical and dental conditions.
Length of Stay
Lengths of stay vary based upon the person’s treatment goals and individual needs. The length of stay will be determined by the client and the counselor as part of the client’s treatment plan. Treatment plans are updated regularly to ensure appropriate and responsive treatment.
Hours & Schedule
Our doors are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We are not a lockdown facility. The bulk of our groups and classes take place Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until early afternoon. Weekends, afternoons, and evening hours are reserved for case management, individual therapy, financial and employment counseling, job searches, service work, outside support groups, therapeutic homework, medical and legal appointments, family visits, house chores, and recreation.
- Administrative and Clinical Hours: Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Our general treatment approach is based on Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), which we use to address the immediate needs of clients in crisis. Although REBT provides our clinicians with a general framework, we do not limit ourselves to this modality. We offer a broad range of treatment services, from 12-step classes to Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Our program is not 12-step specific, however, we support participation in community-based AA groups as well as alternative recovery support groups. For more information visit our treatment methods page. (link to Treatment Methods page).
Funding & Payment
We offer some of the lowest treatment costs in the country and work hard to help clients and family members reduce financial barriers to treatment. Through our partnerships with Salt Lake County Behavioral Health, the Department of Workforce Services, and other funding entities, we are able to offer assistance for those who qualify. For more information about funding assistance please contact us.