Our primary goal is to provide our clients with practical skills they can use to manage their internal experiences (thoughts, feelings, urges) more effectively. Whereas we don’t focus on 12 Step models of recovery, we believe that the skills we teach are 12 Step compatible and helpful to those who choose to participate in 12 Step programs later on.
Mike is the Owner and Executive Director of Clear Recovery of Cache Valley. He has been the primary consultant in developing 16 successful, non-twelve step drug treatment facilities in the state of Utah. He has been responsible for programming, protocols, marketing strategies and compliance with state and federal regulations. Mike has a passion for recovery due to his 15 year battle with methamphetimine addiction which he overcame in April of 2004.More
Melanie Rust graduated with her BSW from Utah State University early in 2016 and was shortly after hired on at Clear Recovery of Cache Valley as Program Director. Melanie has a heart of gold and truly loves all of the clients that come here for treatment. We are impressed everyday by her work ethic and integrity. She is inspirational to all who meet her. Her energy is so positive and loving it would be a challenge to walk away without a huge smile across your face. We are grateful everyday that she is with us.More
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