Yes, We believe in a 12 step based program, with a variety of local AA, NA, CA and LDS 12 step meetings.
Depending on your specific plan benefits, your insurance may cover all, or some of your treatment at The Phoenix Recovery and Counseling Centers. We accept all insurances out of network. Please call for verification of benefits coverage or check with your health insurance carrier for specific covered services.
- Select Health
- University of Utah Health Plans
- PEHP Health Benefits
- Molina Healthcare
Out of Network
- United Healthcare
- Meritain Health
- Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Behavioral Health (UBH)
Yes, Through a community of supportive Alumni our IOP program allows our residents to transition successfully, from our residential inpatient facility. Upon discharge, each resident will receive a detailed Aftercare plan emphasizing the components for an effective, productive lifestyle in sobriety.
Yes, The Phoenix Counseling Centers’ Outpatient facility, located in Draper, provides Outpatient Utah Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs. Our outpatient facility was built specifically for individuals who desire to be free of drugs, alcohol or both, but have everyday obligations that prevent a long term residential commitment.
We offer 30, 60 and 90-day residential inpatient treatment options and individualized outpatient treatment programs.
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Diagnosable addictions are specified for gambling. Other mental health conditions, which have addictive like patterns of behaviors, include:
- Problems with sexual behaviors such as pornography
- Problems associated with injury to self (for example cutting or harmful hair-pulling)
- Eating problems including anorexia and bulimia
- Extreme anger issues
It should be noted that almost any repetitive activity could develop into addictive patterns that may become highly problematic. Common examples include too much physical exercise, excessive shopping, extreme thrill seeking, a compelling need to acquire wealth, prestige, or beauty, etc. Of course there is a need to distinguish between a person who spends unnecessary time working (a true workaholic) vice someone is motivated to get a promotion or an individual who must work two jobs out of economic necessity.
However, individuals who have addictive patterns of behavior also have underlying concerns and negative self-beliefs. Often these issues are not understood and they are exceptionally frustrating to the person as well as close family members and friends.
In almost every case individuals can be assisted in resolving underlying issues, creating constructive self-beliefs, building better relationships, and developing lives they want to live. Often the approach of the Phoenix Recovery Center has helped many overcome these issues and fully recover.