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Detox and the Courage to Change

Salt Lake Behavioral Health’s Courage to Change Addiction Medicine Program can help you stabilize from addiction, learn strategies for recovery, and connect to a long-term recovery community. In conjunction with cognitive behavioral therapy, our primary treatment modality is Seeking Safety, which can help you recognize the substance abuse cycle you’ve been living through so you can progress into recovery. The multi-disciplinary staff at Salt Lake Behavioral Health is comprised of experienced physicians, nurses and counselors who are dedicated to helping you change your life.

With a board-certified addictionologist and masters-level clinicians specially trained in addiction medicine, the Courage to Change Addiction Medicine Program can help you develop the strength and the techniques to walk the road to recovery.

Watch our Courage to Change video to learn more.

The Courage to Change Addiction Medicine Detox program is an ASAM 4.0 medically managed intensive inpatient withdrawal management program, with 24/7 nursing supervision and daily access to providers. In additional to the medical management of detoxification, Salt Lake Behavioral Health offers daily therapeutic programming focusing on recovery, relapse prevention, family therapy and aftercare planning. At Salt Lake Behavioral Health you are encouraged to engage in all aspects of treatment with the goal to develop a plan for continued sobriety and treatment.

Additional Services

  • Medical detoxification & addiction management (Suboxone®, Vivitrol®, etc.)
  • Substance Abuse Rehabilitation program
  • Specialized Dual-Diagnosis program that can treat both addiction and trauma (when needed) in a secure environment
  • Treatment and care for medically compromised patients (e.g., CPAP patients, oxygen issues, etc.)

We’re Here to Help

Talking with one of our mental health professionals could help answer your questions and identify how we may be able to help you or your loved one. We have licensed mental health professionals on call, 24 hours a day, seven days a week to explore treatment options with you. Call 801-264-6000. You can also use the contact form to send us a message. All information is held in the strictest of confidence. If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.