Drug and alcohol abuse treatment center in eastern Utah
Since 1973, Ogden Regional Medical Center has offered a specialized addiction treatment program and dedicated, experienced staff at our Alcohol and Chemical Treatment (ACT) Center. We specialize in addiction and dual diagnoses, providing hope and healing by teaching coping skills and offering safe spaces to recover. Together with our other behavioral health offerings, our addiction specialists will help you commit to change.
For more information about Ogden Regional Medical Center’s substance abuse services, call us at (801) 479-2250.
Addiction and related conditions we treat
We run one of the oldest and most respected alcohol and drug treatment programs in Utah. Here, patients have conquered their substance addictions through comprehensive, individualized treatment plans.
Conditions we treat include:
- Anger management issues
- Emotional disturbances
- Gender-specific issues
- Impulse control disorders
- Mood disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Thinking disorders
Take the first step toward a more joyful, productive life—call our help line at (800) 215-2250.
Programs and services we offer
Our ACT program helps recovering addicts live better without dependency on alcohol or mood-altering chemicals. We personalize your treatment to meet your individual needs as you seek recovery through our program. Your treatment plan will involve a variety of individual and group therapy sessions along with other, advanced detoxification (detox) and rehabilitation program elements.
Our programs include:
Medical detox program
This is an inpatient hospital admission for medical detox. Patients are monitored 24/7 by medical staff to ensure safe and effective treatment of withdrawal and symptoms. Stabilization is offered for patients who have alcohol, opiates or benzodiazepines in their systems. Patients are also provided with discharge planning assistance to help them in future recovery planning.
Partial hospitalization (day-treatment) program: 28 days
In this program, patients participate in treatment programs with other inpatient population. It is intended to treat high-acuity patients needing moderate supervision. Patients do not stay in the ACT Center, but receive the same recovery education and therapy as the patients in the inpatient program.
Inpatient treatment program: 28 days
This is a structured, evidence-based program for high-acuity patients. It uses a variety of treatment modalities tailored to the individual. Patients are housed in the ACT Center and participate in all transitional program components. Patients also participate in treatment groups, psychoeducational groups, individual counseling and structured activities.
Residential program: 30-90 days
This program is the same as the inpatient program, but it is designed for medium- to high-acuity patients. Patients are still housed in the ACT Center and participate in transitional program components, treatment and psychoeducational groups, individual counseling and structured activities.
Intensive outpatient program (IOP): 56 days
This is a structured outpatient recovery program for lower acuity patients. In this program, patients stay in the ACT Center for a shorter period of time. There are two options for the IOP:
- Day IOP: Monday through Thursday from 10:30am to 2:00pm
- Evening IOP: Monday through Thursday from 5:30pm to 9:00pm
Drug screenings during treatment
Random urine drug screens are administered to patients in all treatment programs.
Virtual substance abuse program
We understand these are stressful times with challenging weeks and months ahead. That's why we continue to offer new ways to deliver uninterrupted care for your physical and mental health. This now includes a virtual intensive outpatient drug and alcohol recovery program.
This telehealth substance abuse program serves patients by:
- Delivering expert clinical care to those who are unable to receive in-person treatment
- Ensuring patient confidentiality and informed consent
- Establishing a plan for psychiatric emergencies that may present during a telehealth visit, which is reviewed with each patient before each session
- Evaluating for participation appropriateness, including training and set-up for patients
- Using WebEx Meetings, a secure HIPAA-compliant platform that is easy to use for both the provider and the patient
- Reducing potential exposure to viral pathogens while maintaining patients’ connection to others
Patients who are appropriate for virtual group substance abuse treatment need:
- Access to a laptop, tablet or mobile device
- Ability to download and use the WebEx Meetings application
- Ability to navigate the telehealth platform
- Appropriate cellular data or WiFi access
Relapse prevention and education
Founded on a 12-step philosophy, the ACT program can help you develop strong relapse prevention skills, improving your ability to manage life's challenges. We accomplish this by teaching you to identify the feelings behind addiction and ways to make better decisions about how to cope with them.
Our compassionate staff will also do everything they can to ensure your ongoing success, using a variety of treatments and therapies as well as family education. By partnering with family and friends, we help guide you through the drug addiction recovery process—one step at a time.
Substance abuse at MountainStar Healthcare
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