Painted Desert Recovery

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Our Painted Desert Recovery staff want women considering addiction treatment to have any questions about the process or our programs to be answered. We have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions about treatment at Painted Desert Recovery.

Frequently Asked Questions About Treatment

How Do I Know if I Need Treatment?

The first step in the recovery process is determining whether or not you may need treatment. It can be challenging to self-diagnose whether you need addiction treatment unless you are completely honest with yourself.

Consider the following questions:

  • When you stop drinking or using a substance, do you experience physical withdrawal symptoms or psychological cravings?
  • Have you tried to stop one or more times yet haven’t been successful?
  • Do you spend a significant amount of time thinking about, acquiring, using, and recovering from alcohol or drugs?
  • Have you continued your substance use despite negative health effects?
  • Have you continued your substance use even though it has affected relationships with family or friends?
  • Have you failed to live up to the responsibilities of work, school, or family life because of your alcohol or drug use?

If you find yourself answering “yes” to one or more of these questions, it may be beneficial to explore treatment options at Painted Desert Recovery. Remember that seeking professional help for an addiction to drugs or alcohol is a sign of strength, not weakness. When you decide to enter a treatment facility like Painted Desert Recovery, you are making the most courageous choice of your life.

Frequently Asked Questions About Painted Desert Recovery

What Addiction Therapy Programs Are Available at PDR?

We are proud to offer a wide array of addiction therapy programs, including:

  • Trauma-informed therapy
  • Intensive outpatient therapy
  • Day treatment therapy
  • Nutritional therapy
  • Experiential therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Equine therapy

We want our addiction therapy programs to fit your specific treatment needs.

Where Is Painted Desert Recovery Located?

Our modern facility is in New Harmony, Utah, which is conveniently located near Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Denver, and everywhere in between. Painted Desert Recovery is near Pine Mountain, Kolb Canyon, and the Bumblebee Range, which provides the perfect serene setting for addiction recovery. Our tobacco-free campus is an oasis for women who are seeking addiction treatment.

What Types of Substance Abuse Treatments Are Available?

At Painted Desert Recovery, our women’s recovery center offers substance abuse treatments such as:

  • Alcohol addiction
  • Drug addiction
  • Stimulant addiction
  • Benzo addiction
  • Opiate addiction

No matter your substance abuse treatment needs, Painted Desert Recovery can give you the support you need to meet your treatment goals.

What Is Your Tobacco Policy?

We are a tobacco-free facility but do allow certain nicotine products to be administered to ease the difficulty inherent in tobacco cessation.

Will I Need Spending Money?

You are allowed to bring money for personal shopping.

How Long Is the Program?

Our minimum length of stay is 60 days, but this will also include a transitional period in a more relaxed environment than traditional inpatient treatment.

What Are My Options if I Don’t Have Insurance?

Our Admissions Director can help you and your family with a variety of financing options based on individual circumstances.

Can I Go Home at Any Point During Treatment?

As a part of our program, a weekend family visit is actually encouraged.

Am I Allowed to Have My Phone in Treatment? If Not, How Often Can I Contact My Family and Friends?

While you won’t have your phone during your stay at Painted Desert, our clients have time to make personal calls each day.

Why Is There an Emphasis on Trauma-Informed Therapy?

One of the foundations of our therapeutic approach is trauma-informed therapy. Why the emphasis on this type of therapy? Simply put, women with addiction issues are often victims of physical, emotional, or even sexual abuse. These examples of traumatic events often become the root causes of an addiction issue. When trauma is examined in a therapeutic setting, the emotional scars start to heal. Once the trauma has been addressed, you can then acquire coping skills and strategies that will help you avoid drugs or alcohol as an emotional outlet.

Do You Have More Questions?

If you still have addiction questions or recovery questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to our compassionate staff. You can contact us by calling 844.540.0357 or completing our convenient online questionnaire. Our Painted Desert Recovery staff will be happy to give you honest answers because we want you to be completely informed about treatment. Don’t wait another day to find out about addiction treatment.