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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Oak City, Utah

If drug or alcohol dependency is draining your bank account and the happiness from your life, Oak City has a large number of high-quality drug abuse centers to help you, your spouse or your child. Whether addicted to MS Contin, opioids, pain medication or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the perfect help available. You can even find luxury or exclusive treatment in Oak City to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Utah

Highland Ridge Hospital

Received the best care and therapy at this hospital. It was a pleasant stay.

- Mark
5 out of 5
Midvale, UT

Turning Point Centers

When I flew into Utah and checked into Turning Point , I was barely human. I was greeted so lovingly by the therapist , I was able to take a breath for the first time in years. I was still in the last phases of detox from a cocktail of drugs , physician prescribed , and dealing with heavy trauma. I went in shaking and more scared then I’d ever been. I had lost everything, including myself. I cannot thank these people enough for the love, compassion and acceptance they showed to me! I am four years out and finding my strength once again. Thank you for the greatest gift of my life. MY LIFE !!!!!!

- Joan
5 out of 5
Sandy, UT

West Ridge Academy

I went to the WRA in 2020 right after Covid started in May. I was there during the summer. I enjoyed my time there I feel like it really helped my family and I deal with the problems we had at home. My therapist worked very hard with my family and I and was very fair to both sides not siding with my family or me. The staff when I was there were amazing and they made being there so fun we would do Basketball, and other sports, we went on outings that were so much fun. Things sometimes would get intense when we would play the staff or therapist because they always thought they would win but they were wrong we never lost. We did groups that would help us learn new lessons on ways to cope with different situations. One of the best parts of WRA was that everyone was there for something different or some people were there for sort of the same thing but or we were all there from different places and grew up in different lifestyles and when we all came together and lived in the same house you got to see what someone else goes through where they are from vs where your from or what your there for. It was great listening to what other people said and how maybe they could help you or you could help them. The only negative at the WRA was the food it was a little better than school lunch some meals were amazing others not so much. But overall I had a great experience at the WRA and I think it really helped my family and I. (Also the Therapist that works there that can shoot annoyingly well at basketball just make him drive as much as you can don’t let him get any space and just keep moving and tire him out, Also don’t ever jump his pump fake is wicked.

- Carter
4.7 out of 5
West Jordan, UT