MATR Behavioral Health

265 North State Street P.O. Box 31, Mount Pleasant, Utah, 84647

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Through years of experience, our co-founders have learned that substance abuse addiction is an attempt to avoid the unavoidable, the self. The cause of substance abuse addiction can be treated best when treatment focus is on the family and the client. We use a variety of new and proven substance abuse treatment approaches in our curriculum such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, principles of hypnotherapy and Holographic Human Transformation Theory. These allow us to re-program cycles of behaviors that keep an individual trapped in substance abuse patterns. Substance Abuse Treatment works best when the client is taught ways of identifying for themselves their own dysfunctional views of their life that trigger their self limiting beliefs and leads back to addiction. The human brain is an incredible computer and no one was born an addict. MATR Substance Abuse Treatment teaches the client the way to program their own brain and simple techniques for doing this.

Facility Highlights

  • JRI (MH/SUD) Justice Certified - LSI-RV:SV Assessment
  • Drug and Alcohol Assessments (ASI)
  • Holographic Human Transformation Theory

Specialization

  • Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
    These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    The focus of cognitive behavioral therapy (also called CBT) is helping people to understand the thoughts and emotions that underlie their addiction with the goal of learning new, healthier and more productive ways to understand and express themselves.

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Dw

    Why is this place so filthy? I was abosultly disgusted when walking in there. For the amount of money people are charged, this place should be in better shape than what I saw. I know the program works. BUT, it’s disgusting! The smell, the carpet, broken tiles, coffee stains down cabinets, the roof, everything is just awful physically about this place. If I find this message being ignored I’ll take this further. State, health department, and finances. Why do the clients have to pay with food stamps for their food? Wrong!.! Fix it! Or I will!

    Sean

      Before MATR, my addiction imprisoned me in the deepest and darkest corner of the worst kind of hell imaginable. I wanted nothing less than to cry myself to sleep. Only I knew once I closed my eyes I would be able to see the monster I had become. The idea of facing this monster was absolutely paralyzing. At MATR, I began to look at within. With MATR’s unique multiple approach I began to heal myself. Now, I love what I see.Today, I believe in myself. Thank you MATR.

      P.k

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      My dad went here. This place is gross. Drama everyday. Waste of time

      KP

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      I was so broken when I entered into treatment. I had no self worth. I was lost. I have had some traumatic life experiences that drove me to addiction. At MATR they taught me the root issues that lead me to those addictions. They taught me how my brain works and why I was doing the destructive behaviors. Most important they taught me the techniques to work through those root issues. Also how to change my thinking and process through those traumatic events. I feel like I can breathe again and go on with life. I am able to have self control and work through what ever life decides to throw at me. The information and knowledge that I learned at MATR would help anyone not just substance abuse.

      Rhonda

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      After being forced by the state to attend state facility. I walked out. I am do glad that I did. That was the best thing I did for me. I am so grateful for 3 staff members in particular for all that they showed me. I was able to reclaim who I am inside and how to be happy to be just me. I will forever be grateful.