Zion Recovery Center provides faith-based, research-validated treatment in structured, small group settings along with individualized therapy for those who require it. The Center is committed to fostering a sanctuary of cognitive and emotional healing where the client feels safe conquering their deepest fears and releasing their buried pain and feelings. With an emphasis on innovation and healthy recreation, Zion is committed to pioneering new treatment modalities, and its natural setting allows clients the opportunity to participate in outdoor activities like fishing, hiking and snowboarding that can also contribute to the recovery process.
Matt is a no nonsense, dedicated, keep his nose to the grind kind of a guy. He was raised on a farm where he learned at a very young age the importance of hard work and taking pride in every task that is assigned to him. This work ethic and passion to succeed is what helped him to excel in his education, become a collegiate football player, and to now work hard in order to provide a great treatment experience for Zion Recovery Center clients.More
It takes a special kind of provider with the innate ability to know precisely where the clients are at as far as their specific and individual treatment needs and then being able to furnish those needs in a loving and non-confrontational manner. Ben has tirelessly labored to help other drug rehab centers in Utah to understand the single importance of this. Another impactful and rare quality required to run a beneficial program is the ability to just listen and not always judge or talk so much. Benjamin Jones is just such a therapist and clinical director.More
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