HELPING PEOPLE LIKE YOU BEGIN LIFE ANEW
WHY OUT-OF-STATE TREATMENT?
Separating oneself from the lifestyle and surroundings that are familiar is often a very important component of change. Most people recognize that if a person seeking recovery remains in the same environment it is much less likely that they will adopt the new and different lifestyle necessary to recover.
There are many advantages to seeking treatment outside your home state or area; here are a few:
Mountain Peak Recovery takes a unique approach to addiction treatment aftercare. We offer ongoing support for clients who complete our residential treatment program and want to begin their lives anew. While our inpatient treatment center immerses individuals in a structured rehabilitation program, Sober Living gives them a safe environment for self-government.
REDISCOVER YOUR STRENGTH, HAPPINESS, AND PURPOSE
Our compassionate staff knows that those in the recovery process will make mistakes; Sober Living is the perfect place to learn from those mistakes. We believe that slip-ups are learning opportunities, and we work to uplift clients from their dejection and lead them to fulfilling, joyful, and purpose-filled lives by providing the encouragement needed to bounce back from relapses.
A TEMPORARY ARRANGEMENT FOR A PERMANENT CHANGE
Sober Living is a temporary living situation that supplements our treatment program. Residents can come and go whenever they want and ease back into daily life at their own leisure. Rather than being thrown straight from the constant structure into an unregulated home environment, Sober Living gives individuals a safe place to adjust to everyday situations, which lessens the likelihood of relapse and instills permanent change.
WELCOMING PEOPLE IN ALL STAGES OF ADDICTION RECOVERY
Although we prefer that interested parties complete our in-house treatment program before entering Sober Living, it is not a prerequisite to do so. We accept those in all phases of rehab — so long as they are willing to remain sober, to live by the rules of the house, and to help others do the same. This will ensure a safe, positive, and uplifting experience for all of our residents.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM OUR ADDICTION AFTERCARE FACILITY
At Sober Living, an individual will live halfway between treatment and everyday life. Recently discharged patients will experience the benefits of treatment and the autonomy of the outside world while they continue in the healthy habits that lead to lifelong recovery. They will be given the time and resources to make amends with friends and family affected by their substance abuse.
In a sober living house, residents can expect to have a set of rules to abide by, such as curfew enforcement and drug and alcohol restriction. The rule to rule all rules, if you will, is that a resident must stay sober. We at Mountain Peak Recovery are here to support and assist if a resident slips.
Due to the fact that residents may come and go as they please, however, they will also be subject to random drug and breathalyzer tests that keep them accountable for the way they spend their time in the outside world. Even so, residents will still be permitted to engage in the routine activities and hobbies that they enjoyed before falling into the clutches of addiction.
WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSIDER A SOBER LIVING CENTER?
Moving into a sober living house is often the factor that determines whether or not a recovering addict revisits old habits. Many of our clients express concerns about their ability to remain sober upon returning home. If you or a loved one is feeling weak or anxious about relapsing, a sober living center may be just the right resource you need to rediscover your strength.
SOBER LIVING PRICING AND STAY LIMITATIONS
The cost of Sober Living is just about the same as your monthly rent, which usually means that the expense is minimally disruptive to your budget. You can also stay for as long as you need to; there are no limitations on the term of your residency. With Sober Living, you’ll always have somewhere to turn when you need a little extra help staying on track with your goals.
THE BENEFITS OF STAYING IN OUR SOBER LIVING HOUSE
Environment – Who and what you surround yourself with play an important role in your recovery. Our Sober Living residents all have the same goal to start new and stay clean. Being around like-minded, supportive roommates is important to long-term sobriety.
Structured Sober Living – assists in developing basic sets of rules and personal schedules that will not only help you stay accountable but will also assist in self-reliance, independence and increase your ability to maintain your path to sobriety.
Continued Care – During residential treatment, you interacted with all of our mentors, counselors, and case managers whenever you needed. Sober homes allow you to continue receiving personalized guidance and support. The beauty in Sober Living is now using the skills you’ve learned to reach out, ask for help, and receive the assistance you need.
Smooth Transitioning – Leaving residential straight to a former living situation can be extremely challenging. Mountain Peak Recovery’s Sober Living program offers a smoother transition back to everyday life.
Location – Our Sober Living homes are centrally located in Utah Valley. With easy access to public transit, jobs, grocery stores, and walking/biking trails. This makes it easy to get where you need to be whether you have a vehicle or walk. It is also just over a mile from our Outpatient building so it is easy to get to and from groups each day.
KINDLE A KINSHIP WITH OTHER INDIVIDUALS IN RECOVERY
One of the main reasons that Sober Living is so effective in the recovery process is that it fosters friendships among residents and establishes a support system among individuals in similar situations, giving them greater ability to avoid drugs and alcohol. Rather than feeling isolated upon returning home, our clients leave with a renewed hope and a feeling of positivity and camaraderie.
ENJOY AUTONOMY, EMPLOYMENT, AND AN OPEN SCHEDULE
At Sober Living, clients can continue on the road to sobriety in a more open-scheduled environment with the same support they experienced in residential treatment. Residents will have the opportunity to seek employment and have a more open schedule. They also are able to pursue educational goals and return to school if they desire. This empowers them to move forward with life while remaining accountable and focused on their goal of complete sobriety.
WITH OUR HELP, YOU CAN MOVE MOUNTAINS
If you or someone you love is struggling with substance abuse, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Take action today and start living again by getting in contact with Mountain Peak Recovery. For more information about sober living, call (801) 824-8829
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations Certification
JOINT COMMISSION CERTIFIED FACILITY
Mountain Peak Recovery has the (JCAHO) Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations certification. They hold us to the highest standards on a national level, the same as hospitals are held to.
Look For The Gold Seal Of Approval
In order to become a JCAHO accredited Dual-Diagnosis Residential & Outpatient Rehab Care Center; Mountain Peak Recovery had to go through strict evaluations and guidelines by an expertly trained Joint Commission surveyor against their set of national standards.
In the end, we were awarded the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval due to our ability to easily adhere to all policies and procedures required.
What Is JCAHO & How Does It Work?
Founded in 1951, The Joint Commission is dedicated to continuously improving the safety and quality of the nation’s healthcare providers through voluntary accreditation. JCAHO evaluates the quality and safety of care for more than 17,000 health care organizations.
To maintain and earn accreditation, organizations must have an extensive on-site review by a team of Joint Commission health care professionals, at least once every 3 years. The purpose of the review is to evaluate the organization’s performance in areas that affect your care and to ensure continual adherence to all the guidelines.
JCAHO is governed by a 29-member Board of Commissioners that includes physicians, administrators, nurses, employers, a labor representative, health plan leaders, quality experts, ethicists, a consumer advocate, and educators. The Joint Commission standards address the organization’s level of performance in key functional areas, such as patient rights, patient treatment, medication, safety, and infection control. The standards focus on setting expectations for an organization’s actual performance and for assessing its ability to provide safe as well as high-quality care.
Consumers have the right to contact the JCAHO’s Office of Quality Monitoring to report any concerns or register complaints about a Joint Commission-accredited health care organization, or about those facilities seeking accreditation, by either calling 1-800-994-6610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Give Mountain Peak Recovery a call to see if our Dual-Diagnosis Residential Drug Rehab Program is right for you?