Residential Treatment

Individualized Treatment Programs for Mental Health Disorders

Residential Treatment for Mental Health Disorders

The Phoenix Recovery and Counseling Services provides excellent support to those who are challenged by or suffering from mental health disorders. If upon assessment it is determined that the patient requires residential treatment for stabilization, we support the patient in finding residential care with one of our community partners. We do not provide residential treatment for psychiatric stabilization.

Importantly, when we refer a patient to residential/inpatient treatment, we stay in close communication with the patient and treatment provider during their inpatient experience in order to ensure continuity of care as the patient returns to The Phoenix for Intensive Outpatient support. Communication with both the patient and treatment provider ensures the proper placement in the level of care upon residential discharge. Patients may enter the more intensive outpatient program receiving 25 hours of weekly support (Partial Hospital Program–PHP) or the less intensive 12 hours of outpatient support (Intensive Outpatient–IOP) upon discharge from inpatient care.

Insurance Accepted

The Phoenix Intensive Outpatient approach relies on proven methods that work. Some times residential treatment is not an option. Our customizable IOP program can be effective for the busiest people.

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Individualized Treatment Programs

  • Inpatient
  • Day Treatment
  • Intensive Outpatient
  • General Outpatient
  • Family Program
  • Alumni Meetings

Treatment Center Locations

9980 South 300 West Ste: 105 Sandy, UT 84070
(866) 912-4314

5133 South 1500 West Riverdale, UT 84405
(801) 392-0895

857 West Center St. Orem, UT 84057
(801) 691-1761

11762 South State Street Ste. 360 Draper, UT 84020
(866) 744-2230

230 North 1680 East Suite U1 St. George, UT 84790
(435) 627-0287

Lasting solutions to treat

Mental Health

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If you or a loved one is suffering from a mental health disorder

Call Now for Immediate Help: (800) 704-0669

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