July 6, 2020
How to Overcome Addiction

How to Overcome Addiction

Addiction is a disease that affects a very large portion of the population. Addictions are often thought of as just pertaining to drugs and alcohol. While these substances are highly addictive and can lead to destructive consequences, there are many addictions that go unnoticed that also need to be addressed. Sex, gambling, porn, food, caffeine, and social media are just the beginning of an extensive list of potential addictions that someone can develop. However, each person who suffers from addiction will have to face a crossroads between continuing their practice with addiction or choosing to change it. Addiction is something that affects someone on a biological level, both in mental […]
April 19, 2016
Alcohol Consumption Statistics in Utah

Addiction Recovery Help in Uintah County

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 […]
February 24, 2016
SMART Recovery used as an alternative to AA

Differences between SMART Recovery and AA

This post was written by Tanji Wolfert, Chateau Recovery’s Substance Use Disorder Counselor and our most recent SMART Recovery facilitator. She discusses the difference between SMART Recovery and AA. SMART is an acronym that stands for “Self Management and Recovery Training”. They are a nonprofit organization that strives to offer free support groups for those who are trying to abstain from a behavior or substance addiction. The program is a kind of alternative to Alcohol Anonymous-type groups or other twelve step support groups, but can be a valuable tool in addition to twelve step groups as well. SMART uses science-based information to help people address behavioral problems and make changes […]