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Herriman Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox and Treatment Resources

According to the most recently available statistics, as obtained through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health, at any given moment approximately 130,000 Salt Lake residents over the age of 12 will have used at least one illegal drug within the past 12 months.
Overall consumption of illegal street drugs among Utahns is below the national average. But Utah is a leader in illegal prescription drug diversion and misuse, and the situation in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area is especially alarming.
While less than 5 percent of the U.S. population age 12 and above are abusing prescription medications, 5.4 percent of all Utahns are misusing these drugs, and in the Salt Lake area that number soars to 6.3 percent, which is a whopping 22 percent higher than the national average.
Like many other cities, opioids like oxycodone or the street drug heroin are having a terrible impact on crime, homelessness, broken families, and medical emergencies. This also includes potential overdoses and deaths.
Approximately 23 Utahns succumb each month to prescription opioid overdose, in the Salt Lake area, and rates of death related to opioid drug abuse have skyrocketed by 400 percent since the early 2000’s.
Among Salt Lake area substance abusers checking into treatment, 40 percent of all men and 28 percent of women are seeking help with alcohol addiction.
But for women, methamphetamine addiction is becoming a bigger issue, as the percentage of women in treatment for methamphetamine addiction has also reached 28 percent.
The all too common opioids are the second most frequently abused intoxicating substance among men, the third most abused by women and the third most abused among teens, after alcohol and marijuana.

Herriman Detox Centers

The first step of recovery from addiction is with drug or alcohol detox in Herriman, Utah. Detox programs are the first line of defense against the toll drug abuse and alcohol abuse take on the mind and body.
Drug detox exists to help you through the first few days of withdrawal from alcohol and drugs, which are often the worst.
Here are some detox options for you:

  • medical detox unit is for people with a very severe addiction. They will usually have medical problems and need medical staff around them the whole stay. Both social and medical detox will provide support and behavioral health care.
  • A social detox is where medical staff is available, but the people detoxing from drugs or alcohol are more medically stable. More emotional support and encouragement is provided at a social detox.

Detox units will treat most types of drug or alcohol withdrawal symptoms. For example, alcohol detox may require different medications to help them through withdrawal symptoms, but it is all handled at the the Herriman detox unit.
Only in severe cases where the life of the patient may be at risk if they try to detox from alcohol or other drugs do they need to be in more intensive hospital settings. Your Herriman detox staff are trained to assess for this situation.
Detox is not enough to treat the causes of addiction, you will need a rehabilitation center for that help. Herriman drug detox programs only treat the physical symptoms of withdrawal.
To combat drug and alcohol abuse, you need substance abuse treatment, behavioral health and mental health care.

Suboxone Clinics and Methadone Clinics

Another medical intervention is available to treat an opioid addiction. Some Herriman rehabilitation facilities are able to prescribe Suboxone or Methadone.
Both medications are used in Opiate Replacement Therapy (ORT) to help ease the desire to use opioids.
Only special clinics that help monitor patients closely are able to prescribe Suboxone or Methadone. Their use depends on the severity of the patient’s addiction and their withdrawal symptoms.
In Herriman rehab facilities it is almost always the case that these are temporary medications, tapered off after a period of time, since they too are opioids.

Furthermore, those who eventually wish to stop taking suboxone must taper off over the course of a long, medically-supervised process. When this is completed, recovering addicts are still at risk of relapse. There is no cure for addiction, and only recovering addicts can choose for themselves how they wish to recover. If you would like a professional consultation prior to making their decision, you may wish to call Amethyst Recovery Center and speak to someone about your options before pursuing a [page_name] suboxone clinic or [page_name] methadone clinic.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Herriman, UT

Herriman, UT Alcohol Treatment Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

There are plenty of Herriman drug and alcohol treatment centers around. There may be differences in the levels of care they offer, but all will work towards the patient’s sobriety and recovery.

Understanding the differences between the different types of treatments offered by Herriman treatment facilities is crucial in the addiction recovery process. Patients should get a good idea of what to expect.

If you’re unsure of what will work best for your situation, speak to one of our addiction specialists. Our team will help answer your questions and concerns.

Inpatient Rehab Center

Drug and alcohol rehab centers have many levels of care.
Inpatient, or residential treatment programs, are the most intensive level of treatment at a Herriman rehabilitation facility. Substance abuse treatment often starts here and lasts for weeks and the patient lives at the facility.  
Some inpatient rehabs, however, do offer longer treatment lengths, and can be used for long-term treatment.
At inpatient rehab, the addicts will learn about:

  • their addiction
  • the effects of alcohol and drugs on their minds and bodies
  • as well as the causes of why they turned to drugs and alcohol in the first place.

Most inpatient rehab programs offer additional amenities and services, like a gym or massages.
In a Herriman treatment center, there will be staff available to residents 24/7. Medical, behavioral and mental health care are provided.

Partial Hospitalization

A step down from an inpatient program is a partial hospitalization program (PHP). Some Herriman treatment drug treatment centers may also be called a day/night program.
Some patients get admitted to a PHP or they transition from an inpatient treatment program to a PHP. In a Herriman drug treatment program this is a moderate level of care.  
Here, a patient’s recovery from addiction is their job, since it takes place about the same amount of time as a job would. They still live at their home but will come to the Herriman rehab facility during treatment hours, and will be there are 8 hours a day.
This type of treatment is ideal for: those who have some light family or child care obligations, people who are graduating from inpatient rehab treatment and stepping down in treatment intensity, or people who are still new to recovery and need more support.
Herriman rehabilitation facilities PHP can work around that. The goal is to help strengthen the patient’s recovery, while getting them back to their life.

Outpatient Programs

Here at a Herriman rehabilitation facility residential treatment programs are not the only option. A Herriman, UT outpatient rehab program is the least intensive treatment option available. Outpatient rehab exists to provide the greatest amount of freedom to the patient.
There are two different types of outpatient treatment programs: traditional outpatient program and an intensive outpatient program (IOP).
An intensive outpatient program has a minimum number of hours the patient must attend every week.  Traditional outpatient substance abuse counseling does not have that time restriction.
People who might benefit from outpatient treatment include: people with families who cannot be away from home for weeks; people who cannot be away from their jobs; or people who are assessed as having a low level addiction.

Recovery Meetings Near Herriman

Addicts and alcoholics often feel misunderstood by everyone. Herriman alcoholics anonymous and narcotics anonymous meetings can help with this. A strong support network is integral to a successful recovery.
Most Herriman drug and alcohol rehab centers recommend or require attending these meetings during treatment. This is because people who attend them are more likely to remain in recovery.
Here are some options that you have for rehab support groups and 12-step programs.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Herriman Alcoholics Anonymous is often an integral part of treatment for alcoholism for almost a century. Here, members share their experiences and learn more about the 12 steps involved in this program.
They also connect with a sponsor, like a recovery coach, who can hold them accountable for their recovery.
Alcohol recovery is possible and Herriman AA meetings can help. All are welcome regardless of religious beliefs.
Click here to find a listing of meeting days and times.

Alcoholics Anonymous

(2850 S), 80 Louise Ave S, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
+1 801-484-7871

Alcoholics Anonymous

717 S 300 W A, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
+1 801-364-5520

Alcoholics Anonymous

1900 Homestake Rd, Park City, UT 84060
+1 435-649-0022

Alcoholics Anonymous

742 N 500 W #103, Provo, UT 84601
+1 801-375-8620

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is designed for recovering drug addicts. It follows the same 12 step philosophy as Alcoholics Anonymous. It’s also a faith-based program and meetings are generally open to everyone regardless of beliefs.
The addict here works with a sponsor as well, who coaches them on their recovery. Click here to find a listing of meeting days and times.

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Living with a loved one that’s addicted to drugs or alcohol can be painful. Those who live with and love an addict are usually under an equal amount of stress and pressure. There aren’t a lot of resources out there for these people.
One of the best places for loved ones to seek help is through Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings.
These meetings allow loved ones of addicts to come together to share personal stories and vent out frustrations.
Meetings often go over: supporting each other, how to cope with living with a person with a drug or alcohol addiction, how to not enable that person’s addiction, and affirmation and validation of each others feelings of conflict between love and hurt with the addicted individual.
Click here for al-anon meetings and here for nar-anon meetings.


1794 Lake St, Ogden, UT 84107
+1 801-393-2311

Utah County Al-Anon

105 100 N, Provo, UT 84606
+1 435-262-1188

SMART Recovery Meetings

Not everyone may be comfortable with faith-based program. If the addict or alcoholic is that way, there are options. For example, those who want a rational or logical approach may want to check out SMART Recovery.

There are other options for support groups as well for those addicted, and their loved ones as well. Talk with us for any help we can offer you about Herriman alcoholics anonymous, narcotics anonymous, and other support groups meetings.

If you need help right now, compassionate and knowledgeable staff at Herriman drug rehab centers are here to help you.
Please call 888-447-7724 or click here for more information on how we can help.

Ending Addiction with Herriman, UT Addiction Treatment

Herriman is a medium to large city with a decent-sized population.  Our primary interest is in helping people understand that first they aren’t alone, and that second, help is available. We encourage you to reach out to our team of addiction treatment and intake specialists and learn more about what we offer at Amethyst, and what a course of treatment could look like.

24/7 Help for Drug & Alcohol Use

If you or someone you love is suffering from the addiction, there is no reason to delay. Start working on a solution today. Our phones are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our staff are trained to deal with drug and alcohol problems of any kind, and will recommend the right treatment for you based on your situation. Call now!

(888) 447-7724

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