Drug Recovery in Sandy

At our drug treatment center in Sandy, we offer patients help, compassion and hope. Admitting you need help and asking for it are important steps, and we admire those brave enough to take them. The path of an addict can be long and dark, but those with substance use disorders who seek help and dedicate themselves to their recovery have given themselves a second chance at life.

While many with substance use disorders may feel shame over their plight or their behavior leading up to it, the professional staff at our addiction recovery center steer patients down a brighter, healthier path. There is no shame in suffering from a disorder, and we encourage patients to feel proud and hopeful that they were able to find the strength to seek help. Here, we promote healing through therapy, enlightenment and support.

What Is Drug Addiction?

The line between recreational use of a drug and full-blown addiction can be blurry. Many of the patients we treat thought they had their drug use under control. The day you realize you’re addicted usually comes after the culmination of a series of unpleasant consequences, such as loss of your job, car, home, family or even freedom.

What Help Is Available?

At our drug rehabilitation center in Sandy, we have a team of professionals ready to assist you with your drug treatment program. This team consists of doctors, nurses, licensed therapists, addiction counselors, nutritionists, fitness instructors and others.

What Can I Expect from Drug Rehab in Sandy?

At our residential drug recovery program, patients begin with a supervised, in-house detox program. Once this is completed, they begin the process of discovering through therapy the reasons for their downward spiral into addiction. Patients get help and medications for coexisting conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and unresolved trauma. Common drug addictions include:

  • Marijuana: This drug, though legal in some states, often makes users feel extremely relaxed. Those who suffer from anxiety and sleeplessness tend to prefer this drug.
  • Heroin: Heroin is an opioid and provides a high similar to those users can get with painkillers. Its use spiked after doctors provided patients prescriptions for opioids such as OxyContin.
  • Methamphetamines: This extremely potent, highly addictive drug gives users a euphoric feeling, flooding them with confidence and energy. Meth is a drug of choice for those who want to escape negative feelings and emotions.
  • Cocaine: This drug produces a high similar to meth, but the effects last less than an hour, versus up to a day for meth. It is favored by those who enjoy the illusion of power, popularity and potency.
  • Prescription Drugs: Besides opioids, depressants that calm the nervous system or promote sleep, and stimulants are the most commonly abused prescription drugs. Those who have trouble sleeping, staying awake or staying engaged in activities may favor these.

Regardless of the substance you are addicted to, the team of dedicated professionals at our drug treatment center in Sandy can help you. Trust our experience. Call today.

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Our mission at Brighton Recovery Center is to provide the best physical, emotional, and spiritual care for our patients and their families.