Recovery Ways

Recovery Ways Murray Utah

We take pride in helping our patients through complex issues including co-occurring disorders, mental health issues, and detoxification. However, it is not just about getting away from the stress of your life and stopping the substance abuse. It is about learning to take control of your life and opening yourself to others and the process of recovery. The addiction treatment process at Recovery Ways focuses on the whole person, not just the physical addiction, and your recovery is supported by a caring and highly-qualified staff. You will gain more than you ever thought was possible as you undergo a healing process….a new way of looking at each aspect of your life; the mind, body, and spirit.

ABOUT RECOVERY WAYS- MURRAY, UT

Recovery Ways, located in Murray, Utah, offers residential and outpatient treatment to adults struggling with alcohol, substance abuse, and co-occurring mental health disorders. Recovery Ways operates four locations throughout Utah.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

The facility’s treatment program follows holistic and individualized approach to treatment. The average length of stay varies for each client depending on what substance was being abused, the severity of their addiction, if the client has been through rehab before, and if they also require treatment for co-occurring disorders. Inpatient detoxification services are available through a relationship with the University Neuropsychiatric Institute at the University of Utah.

Throughout treatment, clients receive a minimum of eight hours of programming each day including individual and small group counseling sessions. Sessions focus on understanding the disease of addiction, psychological triggers, and the recovery process. This facility also offers unique treatments and therapy including sensory integration and recreation therapy. Medication management is available, especially for clients with co-occurring disorders. Families are considered an integral part of the treatment program and free services are offered to family members of clients in treatment.

Aftercare is available for all clients who successfully complete the program. Alumni are eligible to attend seminars and workshops that address topics such as relapse prevention, lifestyle planning for substance free life, family workshops, and more. There is also an alumni program for clients to stay in touch with each other and the program for additional support after treatment.

Outpatient services offered by Recovery Ways includes a partial hospitalization program (PHP), and intensive outpatient program (IOP), and sober living residences. PHP and IOP offer similar treatment methods to the residential program but also allow clients to sleep at home and maintain a work or school schedule. Sober Living Recovery Residences allow clients to continue their addiction treatment in a sober environment as they begin to transition back into their communities and participate in a PHP or IOP.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The treatment team includes physicians, an addictionologist, psychiatrists, and Ph.D. and Master’s level licensed professionals.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

The facility offers a home-like comfortable setting for clients. During their stay, clients enjoy amenities such as chef prepared meals, a fitness program, sensory integration rooms, and comfortable communal lounge areas. Clients are allowed supervised phone and Internet access as well as washer and drier access for laundry.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

At the time of this writing there has been one alum, A.W., polled by Best-rehabs.com. A.W. had many mixed opinions of the facility and overall indicated that he would not recommend this facility to a friend or loved one who was considering rehab. A.W. though highly of the staff’s level of training and experience, and appreciated that family and loved ones were able to participate in treatment through facility programming.

However, while alum A.W. considered the staff to be well-trained and experience, A.W also noted that there were several members of the staff they described as “horrible.” Additionally, the alum also rated the counseling options poorly and appeared to want more intimate counseling: “Very little personal counseling.”

On the facility’s Google page, there is an overall rating of 4.3 out of five stars based on 13 total reviews for the Mountain View location, indicating generally positive feedback.[1] Reviewer R.W. gave a perfect five star rating and praised the staff: “Extremely knowledgeable and trained…very compassionate group of people.” Reviewer S.F. echoed that sentiment: “They do a great job and really care about the people that come to them!”

Two negative reviewers wrote about a stressful environment and a lack of coordination among staff members and therapists at the facility. One anonymous reviewer wrote, “Therapists and management never know whats going on or how to handle things.” Many reviewers, positive and negative, noted the high price of treatment as well.

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

The only friend or family member polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave a lukewarm review.

Loved one M.B. rated the facility’s affordability, the staff’s level of training and experience, and the 12-step inclustion highly. Additionally, they wrote that the facility was clean and the staff was professional. However, much like the negative Google reviewers, M.B. commented about “poor upper management” and high employee turnover. The loved one wrote: “It was once a great place to send people to get treatment. It is now mediocre.”

FINANCING

The cost of treatment at the facility is not published. The facility accepts most major private health insurance plans. Limited payment plan assistance is available for those who qualify.

[1]https://goo.gl/WjH4xn

Reviews about Recovery Ways

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  • I've been working with Recovery Ways for the last few months. It continues to impress me how much the company cares about the community. They hold events, and resource nights for loved ones of addicts, they have an incredible alumni team that stays in touch with former patients. They do get togethers, retreats, and help encourage their continued sobriety. They're incredibly ambitious about helping those in need, as well as their community.
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  • My stay at Recovery Ways wasn’t my first experience trying to get clean. But it was my best experience. They treated me and the other patients with respect and had faith in me even when I didn’t have faith in myself. I have nothing but good things to say about my experience here. Going through detox and withdrawal is hard no matter where you are, but the Recovery Ways staff seemed to have a sincere concern for my well-being. I would recommend them to anyone struggling with addiction.
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  • THE WORST REHAB IN AMERICA
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  • My adult child arrived in Utah on April 2, 2017. She is still sober and still working on her recovery. It is August 27, 2017.
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  • My adult child is still sober since April, 2017.
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  • I went to their Copper Hills location (there are several.) The resident to staff ratio is out of balance. How can a facility their size possibly provide adequate therapy sessions and hold groups when there are up to 30 (and often more) residents at a time? They can't. The residents say and do what they want during group sessions without proper supervision. The F bombs are abundant. Why does the staff not ask them to be respectful with their language? Because it is just a job for them. RW is all about the money. I can't say I got a whole lot out of their program. It is a noisy facility where the younger residents run amuck. Unfortunately 6 of the residents that were there at the same time as me have overdosed and died since I was there 2 years ago. I think that pretty much somes it up.
    I sent my husband to Recovery Ways for help with his addiction issues. In the first 8 weeks there, he had "inappropriate" relationships with 2 female patients. They don't enforce attending meetings and provide limited therapy sessions. Needless to say, mine isn't coming home.