ABOUT FOUR CORNERS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH – MOAB CLINIC
Four Corners Behavioral Health (FCBH) is one of 145 private non-profit substance abuse treatment facilities in Utah, and serves the residents of Carbon County, Emery County, Green River, and Grand County. The facility, located in Moab, Utah, offers outpatient and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) for adults and adolescents seeking treatment for substance abuse and.
Aside from its substance abuse treatment, FCBH provides sober living facilities, medication management, evaluations, crisis and emergency services, a residential program, and outpatient services for mental health-related conditions through multiple facilities in the area.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
For substance use disorders, FCBH provides outpatient and intensive outpatient (IOP) services, placing each client at the lowest appropriate level of care. Similar outpatient services are available at. The length of treatment varies according to the individual client’s needs. As the client progresses, a team of specialists conducts follow-up evaluations to determine if the client is ready to move to a different level of care.
The organization uses evidence-based therapy methods. These therapies include traditional talk therapies for individuals, groups, and families. Couples counseling, which is available at 76.6% of Utah facilities, is also available. According to a 2016, FCBH is one of 51.9% of facilities in the state that offers women-specific counseling, and one of 49.8% that offers men-specific counseling.
Clients meet with counselors multiple times each week to address specific recovery needs in a therapeutic setting where a counselor can guide and facilitate cognitive changes.
Psychoeducation is also included in FCBH’s treatment plans to help clients better understand addiction and mental disorders. By learning about these conditions, clients are better able address their actions and avoid the influences of addictions.
The facility can also provide referrals to other facilities and programs as needed. FCBH operates multiple facilities in the area that specialize in different treatment methods including residential programs, programs for children, and mental health services. If needed, a client can be referred to specialized counselors for additional treatment.
Medication management and case management are available for clients as a part of the treatment programs. Case management is widely regarded as an important part of recovery, and is.Clients work with a case manager to determine the best treatment plan and to coordinate treatments. The case manager also works with specialists to reevaluate treatment plans as each client progresses.
The organization’s management team includes an M.D., social workers, licensed mental health counselors, and a nurse. The treatment team includes psychiatrists, nurses, mental health therapists, substance use disorder counselors, social workers, case managers, and peer counselors. The single alum polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave the center five out of five stars for its staff’s level of training and experience.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The single alum polled by Best-rehabs.com to date would strongly recommend this facility. “Strong support with love and kindness but they show tough love when needed,” the anonymous reviewer wrote, giving the facility five out of five stars for its treatment for co-occurring disorders, and four stars for its holistic offerings, family participation, and counseling options. The alum indicated that the treatment was very affordable.
On Google, Four Corners Behavioral Health has two five out of five star reviews and a single one star review. In the only review with written feedback, alum Kathleen wrote: “What a racket, beyond disappointed.”
FCBH accepts Medicaid and Medicare, as well as a limited number of private insurance options. Crisis services, emergency services, and screening services are provided regardless of insurance coverage or the ability to pay provided that the client lives in one of the service counties.
Financial aid packages may also be available through the facility’s fundraising office, and clients should apply to see if they qualify. Self-pay clients can pay on a sliding fee scale, but services are provided regardless of a client’s ability to pay.