Addiction is an epidemic that knows no borders, affecting people and their families across the country. From sprawling metropolises to small towns, addictions effects can be felt everywhere. For those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in Uintah County now have a partner in the fight of overcoming addiction with Chateau Recovery. With very little local drug rehab and recovery support available to residents of Vernal, Duchesne, and Roosevelt Chateau Recovery located in nearby Wasatch County has opened their inpatient facility specifically to those in need.
Our addiction recovery center opens it doors to residents of Uintah Basin looking for the expert help they need to overcome addiction. The picturesque setting of mountain ringed Midway provides the perfect surroundings for our inpatient drug rehab center. With dedicated staff, dual diagnosis and non-traditional treatments, our inpatient recovery services fit any Uintah Basin citizens need. As the third highest county with instances of excessive drinking in all of Utah, the need for quality alcohol addiction recovery in Uintah County is serious. Click here for statistics on Utah drug and alcohol abuse from SAMHSA.
We take a unique approach to helping those suffering from addiction, starting with an effective dual-diagnosis. We look at both the physical and mental side of addiction and create a recovery plan specific to those needs. We recognize that deciding to take that first step toward recovery is often the hardest, so we work with Uintah county clients and their families to help them down the path to recovery.
For those in the mining and oil industry in Vernal and the surrounding areas who may be struggling with hard financial times and have turned to substances to forget their worries, we offer a recovery treatment that will help you beat your alcohol addiction. Chateau Recovery specializes in traditional and non-traditional treatment methods including:
Don’t wait for the drug and alcohol treatment you need. Contact our inpatient rehab center for Uintah County residents to learn more about how we can help!