The Phoenix Difference
The Phoenix Recovery and Counseling Centers are driven by the guiding mission statement of: “Empowering individuals and families suffering from addiction, to celebrate life through lasting solutions.” We accomplish the recovery experience through a continuum of care that begins with Residential Treatment and traverses across a Day Program, Intensive Outpatient (IOP), to General Outpatient (GOP). Lastly, the continuum of care culminates in a weekly Alumni Support Meeting, which provides a recovery support community to sustain the recovery capital of The Phoenix Alumni.
Our individual therapies helps accomplish our goal of individualized treatment plans for each resident’s specific needs.
CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS FOR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS
The Phoenix Difference constitutes a carefully tailored program and recovery experience defined by research that supports outcomes that equip patients and their families with both the knowledge and applied behaviors to manage the disease of addiction and reclaim a meaningful life.
For those who are chemically dependent, Residential Treatment is often necessary to provide the medical and psychological treatment associated with detoxing.
The Day Program is a vital component of recovery in order to provide adequate support for those who are striving to live life with its corresponding stresses.
The Intensive Outpatient Program is an evening program that provides support to the recovering person to gain insight into their disease management.
General Outpatient is a step down from the IOP to what is deemed clinically adequate. Individuals continue to work with their therapist and counselor to ensure success.
The Phoenix Gain
We claim that we are one of the top rated alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers in Utah. Our addiction and psychiatric services are supported by research and those esteemed as some of the best in the field. Carefully tailored programming traverses across the treatment needs from detoxing from alcohol and drugs and complicated by mental health concerns in inpatient residential support to intensive outpatient services.
For those patients and families who engage in the recovery experience through our continuum of care, they learn and develop both recovery and disease management skills. Moreover, patients and family members begin to identify, define, and achieve stability in their pursuit of a meaningful life. As a result, confidence characterizes the emotional and cognitive station of our graduates and family members. Graduates enjoy relationships that are healing, dreams that are being redefined, and realistic applied behaviors that are motivated by meaning pursuits supported by recovery based support systems.
We regard the trust to provide care by those in recovery and their love ones as being central to all our objectives. We are confident that our staff and clinical program provide the best opportunity for our patients to reclaim a life of sobriety and meaning. We empower individuals and families suffering from addiction, to celebrate life through lasting solutions. We invite you to call or visit if you have any questions or want to learn about us.
Call us today at (801) 571-6798
Rise Above Addiction
This place Saved my life. Love everyone there and I am forever grateful for all the love and support that they have given me
I'm so grateful for the Phoenix RC. The staff is top notch, and were able to give me the tools and love need to understand
my addiction, and what I need to do to live a happy sober life.
Some of my favorite people and friends I've met here and had the privilege of working together to create a better happier me! I'm forever in debt to this awesome organization, The Phoenix!
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The Phoenix Claim & Difference
To make the claim as a top drug and alcohol rehab center in Utah, one must identify that they possess the knowledge of the disease of addiction and integrate an expertise and understanding of the science of addiction and recovery. At The Phoenix, we do make that claim! We know and understand the science of chemical dependency with its associated neurological changes and its impact upon the pleasure system, emotions, learning, memory, motivation, and most importantly, the ability to exercise choice.
Alumni Recovery Support Meeting
The Alumni Recovery Support Meeting meets one night a week from 6 to 7:30. This meeting continues to provide the essential recovery support to Phoenix Alumni through meaningful recovery associations. Weekly meetings celebrate successes as well as address recovery efforts and challenges. Research continues to support and highlight the critical value of community based oriented systems of care for those in recovery. Alumni meetings are not only a part of the community based support for our alumni, but will also provide guidance to link members to additional recovery support relationships in the community. The alumni meeting is facilitated by The Phoenix Alumni and supported by The Phoenix Staff as requested by the group members.
Family members enjoy a Family Program designed to support, educate, and guide family members in the recovery process. The Family Program meets every Monday Night from 6-7:30 pm. We consider family members to be a critical part of the recovery process for all our patients. Additionally, family members are included in sessions during the course of treatment as it is clinically indicated to support the patient and the family.
Family and Friends
Managing the concern, fear, and pain for a loved one suffering from chemical dependency is extremely challenging and can create feelings of being overwhelmed and defeated. When every plea, negotiation and compromise has failed, desperation often follows with the ensuing feelings of frustration, resentment, and loss. Often, many loved ones discover that combined family efforts and resources have failed to provide remedy and alter the behavior of those suffering from chemical dependence. As a result, family and loved ones feel the frustration and concern of not knowing what to do and where to go for help.
Suffering from Addiction
To the person who is chemically dependent, you are usually the one suffering the most. Filled with the shame and self-judgment of chronic relapses and continued use despite negative consequences, you struggle to reclaim your hope of ever realizing your former life. You reflect upon broken promises, commitments, and efforts that have impacted meaningful relationships. Yet, at certain moments, moments when clarity strikes at the very heart of your existence, you dream of a life without drugs or alcohol.