Substance Abuse Evaluations
The first step in determining a treatment plan for substance abuse or addiction is setting up an evaluation, which will take approximately 60 minutes to complete. This evaluation will provide insight on an individual’s personal situation, allow them to share clinical information with a counselor and complete helpful assessments. Through a deeper understanding of an individual’s circumstances, substance abuse counselors are better able to create a personalized treatment plan.
Please expect to arrive 20 minutes early to fill out initial paperwork. A free 30-minute follow up appointment is included to discuss assessment results and review any necessary treatment. Contact our office directly at (435) 652-1202 for current pricing and additional information.
Substance Abuse Treatment & Classes
Adult Outpatient Substance Abuse treatment at TurningLeaf assures a foundation for a healthy, continuous recovery. With an emphasis on balanced living our caring and highly trained professionals assist each individual in creating a safe environment essential for personal recovery and growth. Our flexible treatment approach is tailored to each individual based on personal and financial needs, and our programs are approved by the State of Utah and its courts.
TurningLeaf’s unique approach to addiction is based upon the understanding that addiction is driven through the avoidance of emotional discomfort. Addiction and recovery becomes simpler and more manageable by learning how to understand what are emotionally avoiding and establishing new beliefs and boundaries to counter the unhealthy coping skills that have come through years of avoidance.
Our classes / groups are offered individually or combined in programs. All programs and classes require a prior recommendation by attending an evaluation. It’s simple to set up an evaluation – just call 435.652.1202 to find a time that works for you.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The TurningLeaf Intensive Outpatient program is built around 3 phases of treatment over 18 weeks, followed by an 8 week aftercare program.
The first phase is the most intense, requiring a minimum of 9 hours per week attendance for 9 weeks. With graduation into each of the additional phases, our clients will attend a less intense program, gradually phasing back into life.
TurningLeaf’s Intensive Outpatient program allows clients to attend in the evening and attend individual sessions based on their schedule. This flexibility allows our clients to continue to work outside of their program and earn an income needed to maintain their livelihood.
This program does NOT require a large down payment to be enrolled. We allow a flexible weekly payment plan to help accommodate financial needs. We also offer a “pay in full” cash option which allows for a discount. Please call our office at (435) 652-1202 for current pricing and details on payment options.
Classes included in the IOP program may include any of the following: Six Points to Recovery / Life Skills, Mind & Body Connection, Prime for Life, DBT, Relapse Prevention, Value based Parenting, Workshops & The Level One (3 day) “Wakening” Seminar. Descriptions are listed below. Turning Leaf’s intensive outpatient program meets ASAM criteria.
Six Points to Recovery / Life Skills
18 weeks, 1 class per week, 1 1/2 hours per class. An individual session is required every 3 – 6 weeks to review course work and ongoing recovery plan.
The Six Points to Recovery program is a method of treatment that helps us establish balance in recovery by looking at six areas in our lives. By identifying how our lives have come to this point, then looking at how they will shift when in balance, we can THEN become accountable to maintain balance in each area. As part of this group we create relapse prevention plans in each of the six areas and focus on ways to create self-accountability. Clients make a commitment to one concrete step weekly to promote healing and balance. It is based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and is an 18 week therapeutic group run by Mental Health therapists. This group also includes six individual sessions as part of the curriculum to personalize goals.
DBT – Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
12 Weeks, 1 class per week, 1.5 hours per class
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) group is about learning tools and skills to empower us to be effective in having the fullest life psychologically, emotionally, and interpersonally. It is about building a life worth living in recovery, resiliency, and balance. DBT combines: awareness skills with acceptance skills and change-making skills. Dialectics is about balancing competing needs such as: wants vs needs, feelings vs thoughts, recreation vs responsibility, problems vs solutions. DBT group has 4 modules: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. It is a 12 week therapeutic group run by Mental Health therapists.
Prime For Life
8 Weeks, 1 class per week, 2 hours per class
A state certified class for anyone that receives a DUI or Minor Consumption charge. This group helps individuals assess their level of risk for developing addiction by assessing whether their choices about using alcohol or drugs is high or low risk.
Mind / Body Connection
9 weeks, 2 hours per class
This group is designed to explore mindfulness and self-compassion while in recovery. We incorporate techniques of Mind-Body Bridging, meditation and mindfulness living to help create new neuro-pathways while in recovery. These techniques cultivate awareness skills to heighten recognition of a dysfunctional mind-body states and offers tools in increasing harmony in the mind/body connection. Clients also complete worksheet assignments from Seeking Safety workbook about addiction and PTSD (or other trauma experiences from addiction). This group incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and is a 9 week therapeutic group run by Mental Health therapists.
Relapse Prevention / Aftercare
9 to 18 weeks, 2 hours per class
Through the balance areas of: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual recovery we identify and practice activities weekly to strengthen sobriety. This is a processing group discussing barriers, tools and supports we can use to accomplish weekly goals. Through the process we create a personalized Relapse Prevention Plan and build self-accountability. We identify strengths in recovery, as well as how to help our actions be in alignment with our desires. This is an open ended, client centered, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) group, which includes clients in the beginning of their treatment and in the aftercare portion of their programs. Having clients in multiple stages of recovery in this group helps strengthen, validate and provides support to all attending. This group is run by Mental Health therapists.
Value Based Parenting
The Value Based Parenting method gives parents the knowledge and tools to instil and reinforce solid principals and morals that their children can carry into adulthood. This method isn’t just about getting a child’s behavior in control, but rather it’s about developing the child’s conscience and integrity- their values. Value Based Parenting is a positive and affirming way to teach healthy boundaries with which the child can begin to govern themselves as they get older. Children raised with this method learn to feel satisfaction and achievement in accepting responsibility, making wise choices and contributing to the family structure.
“Wakening” Level One Seminar
3 Full Days
Explore your relationship with the world and how the world has impacted you – and continues to impact you every day. In the Wakening seminar, you will learn how to honor your own truth, redeem your value and heal relationships that have diminished. Learn how to focus on deriving your worth from within and removing unhealthy dependencies on things and people outside of yourself so you can live from a place of clarity, confidence and value. This seminar is designed to help you strengthen your inner beliefs and identity without relying on the world around you to define you. When we release our attachment to the way our friends, family or peers view and define us, we release insecurity, experience emotional growth and gain clarity. We are then free and empowered to deepen our relationships with others by implementing healthy boundaries and engaging in positive, productive communication.
TurningLeaf Wellness Center can accept a wide variety of insurance plans for our Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services. Various clinicians within our center can be found IN-NETWORK. Scroll down for some examples of plans we can accept.
We also accept ALL insurance plans which have an OUT-OF-NETWORK benefit available.
To find out if your plan can be accepted, please call our office at (435) 652-1202. We would be happy to conduct a benefit check to determine what level of coverage is available.
For clients with insurance, we typically require a copay of $50 at the first appointment while benefits are being verified. This copay is refundable OR can be applied to future services after the first payment from the insurance company is received.
TurningLeaf Wellness Center is proud to announce that we are officially In-Network with Select Health for our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
We accept all of the following plans:
- Select Care
- Select Value
- Select Med
- Select Choice
Various TurningLeaf Clinicians can be found on the following Insurance Plans. If your plan is not listed, please contact our office at (435) 652-1202 to determine IN-NETWORK options
- SELECT HEALTH (Intensive Outpatient Program Only)
- Blue Cross / Blue Shield
- Utah Medicaid (Southwest Center Contract)
- Magellan Health Services
TurningLeaf has clinicians on staff willing to work with insurance plans with Out-of-Network benefits. Please call our office at (435) 652-1202 so we can help determine coverage.
EAP (Employee Assistance Programs)
- Blomquist Hale
- Aetna EAP