Adult Substance Abuse Treatment

Adult Substance Abuse Treatment

re•cov•er•y | noun

a return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength.

Volunteers of America, Utah has two counseling centers that offer a range of difference services in regards to substance abuse and addiction. The first is Cornerstone Counseling Center, located at the Redwood Facility and the second is Family Counseling Center, located in Murray. We also have two detoxification centers for those detoxing.

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    Individual Therapy

    Individual Therapy allows our therapists to work one-on-one with clients to set goals and implement a personalized treatment plan. Individuals typically attend one weekly therapy session and participate in group therapy. Because many who struggle with substance abuse also have co-occurring mental health issues such as depression or anxiety, our individual therapists work closely with an on-site medication provider.

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    Group Therapy

    Group therapy plays an important role in our treatment programs. We offer both process-oriented recovery groups and skills-focused psychoeducational groups to provide the services that will be most helpful to each client. Many of our groups focus on recovery skills, providing the tools they’ll need to prevent relapse and teaching the skills needed to cope, communicate, develop healthy relationships, regulate emotions and more. We also offer a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group that focuses on increasing interpersonal effectiveness, developing one’s ability to tolerate distress, and learning to regulate difficult emotions.

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    Women's Programs

    Our women-only therapy groups let women feel safe and supported by other women as they address past traumas, parenting and relationship issues, addiction and recovery. Cornerstone Counseling Center offers free on-site daycare services as well as interactive groups for moms and children who have been impacted by parental substance abuse or trauma – all to help strengthen the relationship between mother and child.

For inquiries please contact Cornerstone Counseling Center
Phone: 801.355.2846