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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Pintura, Utah

If abusing drugs or alcohol is impacting your personal and professional life, Pintura has a variety of great drug abuse clinics to help you or a loved one. Whether addicted to Cocaine, opiate drugs, pain medication or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the best-rated help available. You can even find luxury or luxury treatment in Pintura to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Pintura, UT

Renewed Hope Ranch
425 East 6000 North Cedar City, UT 84721
- 5 Miles Away
FourPoints Health Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah
440 North Paiute Drive Cedar City, UT 84721
- 5 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Utah

Renew Wellness & Recovery

I've been employed by Renew Wellness & Recovery for almost a year now. I love the culture and environment that has been created here. I've worked in this field for over 7 years now and there is something very special about this place. Observing the growth and healing that happens at Renew encourages me to continue helping and serving the deserving women who come through here.The culture and spirit of Renew is guided by the employees, as a team and also as individuals. Each person has a unique gift.

- V. S.
5 out of 5
Sandy, UT

Acqua Recovery

It’s been about 6 months since I graduated from Acqua and I couldn’t ask for a better life. I had previously attended an IOP in San Francisco and a residential center in Tucson. Both had regid treatment programs that didn’t suit my needs. Acqua is different. They listen to you and value your input in your recovery. Besides having top notch specialists, Most treatment centers with cross or co-addiction programs treat one before the other, but Acqua worked with my PTSD/depression from day one knowing to be successful, I needed to dal with them together. ALL the staff really cared for everyone. From the chef making my favorite breakfast on my last day to the housekeeper providing extra face cloths. Nothing is too large or small for them to consider. Treatment length is also a strong suit with Acqua - I knew I wasn’t ready to leave at any specified point in time and my treatment team worked with me to give my recovery the greatest advantage possible. EVERYONE truly cares and the setting couldn’t be more perfect. I actually loved the place! I live in California, but recently visited as I know I will always be part of the family. They really care about me and the feeling is mutual. No corporate rehab can ever compare!i I hope I’ll never need it, but i know that if I need a tune-up, I’ll be accepted with open arms!

- Keith K.
5 out of 5
Midway, 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