Drug Addiction Treatment in Utah
Covered by Your PPO
In addition to clinically proven and evidence-based treatment, we use a faith-based approach, combined with spiritual principles as they relate to addiction. In our experience, the most successful treatment programs utilize these best practices. In fact, our outcomes are among some of the best in the country!
Audited By An Independent Third Party Organization
We are able to deal with your insurance provider, on your behalf, to make sure that you're provided with the best experience and ensure things go smoothly.
It only takes 5 minutes
Choosing the right rehab can be challenging, we know all about it. So, if you're looking for clarity and straightforward answers about the recovery process from someone who gets it, you're in the right place.
Three Easy Steps:
Call us or fill out our confidential online form to verify your PPO policy coverage. Most PPO plans cover the majority of treatment costs, whereas others might require a small out-of-pocket fee.
We know that every addiction is different. Thats why we provide a personal consultation with our clinical experts to build a treatment plan that is tailored to your specific addiction and personal situation.
Choose Your Program
Our admissions team will work with you to decide which one of our programs is the right fit for you or your loved one. We offer: Medical Detox, 30-60 Day Residential, Outpatient, Sober Living and a Family Addiction Education Program including optional webinars, classes and family Counseling. We believe family involvement is key to the success of their loved-ones treatment and recovery.
What Our Clients Say
We are a full-service, and full continuum of care substance abuse and mental health treatment center for adult men. Research has shown and our experience confirms the need to treat the mind, body, spirit, and social support.
Anti-craving, and relapse prevention medications and management of other biomedical and mental health conditions.
Weekly sessions with a Mental Health professional that treat the personal underlying issues that have contributed to substance abuse and/or Mental Health issues.
Daily sessions that treat the triggers and high risk factors contributing to substance abuse and mental health issues and process through the 12-Steps.
Patients and family members learn communication and boundary-setting skills and discuss codependency and interpersonal relationships building,with the goal of improving dysfunctional relationships. Also includes live online family education groups for family members to help support and strengthen the relationship with their loved one.
Living Sober Activities:
Daily activities that emphasize physical fitness, emotional wellness and social connection through exercise, recreational activities, yoga and other group activities including 12-step meeting attendance.
Weekly sessions with a personal recovery coach that emphasize wellness planning and the building of “recovery capital” by directly addressing daily life planning and emphasizing purpose and meaningful directed goals.
Support for our patients doesn’t end when they complete their stay at our program. Sobriety is a lifelong journey. The Band of Brothers is our alumni network. This helps establish a foundation and culture of sobriety that permeates every facet of the alumni’s life.The Band of Brothers does a weekly dinner and alumni meeting (including online Zoom meetings) as well as other monthly meetups with alumni where they can socialize and share their experiences. Renaissance Ranch facilitates these meetings, which works great because many of our staff are alumni, themselves. The alumni network at Renaissance Ranch is one component of our culture that is highly unique and helps secure success with our clients.
Family Support Classes
Family support classes are not only for our clients family members, but some classes are also open to the public! We recognize addiction as a multi-generational family illness and recovery as the framework to healing families and stopping the cycle of pain. Please join us soon; do it for yourself and those you love who are battling the brain disease of addiction. Click here to learn more.