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Sutton Clinical Services

Drug Rehab Center in Ogden, Utah

  • Substance Abuse
  • Opioid Addiction
  • Eating Disorder
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Drug Addiction
  • Alcoholism

Sutton Clinical Services in Ogden, UT is an accredited treatment facility offering specialized services for addiction, eating disorders, and dual diagnosis, providing personalized treatment plans with evidence-based therapies at different levels of care, including inpatient, outpatient, detox, and intervention, and accepting private health insurance.

About

Sutton Clinical Services, a private rehab in Ogden, UT, specializes in treating mental health and substance abuse issues. The facility utilizes EEG Biofeedback or Neurotherapy, a powerful brain-based technique that has successfully helped individuals address psychological, educational, social, and developmental needs. Sutton Clinical Services is dedicated to improving and enhancing the emotional well-being of its clients.

  • EEG Biofeedback or Neurotherapy is a cutting-edge treatment approach that focuses on brain function to address various mental health and substance abuse concerns.
  • The facility is committed to providing individualized care and personalized treatment plans to ensure each client receives the support they need for long-term recovery.
  • Sutton Clinical Services offers a comprehensive range of services, including dual-diagnosis treatment, inpatient and residential programs, intensive outpatient programs, detoxification, and outpatient care.

Accredited by JCAHO, Sutton Clinical Services is recognized for its high-quality and evidence-based treatment. The facility's dedication to helping individuals on their journey to recovery is evident in its wide range of treatment options and personalized approach to care.

Sutton Clinical Services treats a variety of addictions and substance abuse issues, including drug addiction, alcoholism, eating disorders, opioid addiction, and dual diagnosis. The facility employs a range of treatment methods, such as dual-diagnosis programs, inpatient and residential care, intensive outpatient programs, detoxification services, and outpatient care, to cater to each individual's unique needs.

Genders
  • Male
  • Female
  • Gender Exclusive Center
  • Ages
  • Children
  • Teenagers
  • Adults
  • Seniors (65+)
  • Modality
  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Family
  • Groups
  • Additional
  • LGBTQ+ Allied
  • Hearing Impaired
  • Veteran Specific
  • LGBTQ+ Allied
  • Accreditations

    JCAHO

    Conditions and Issues Treated

    Recovering from substance abuse is an essential part of a healthy life for many people. It’s a long and challenging process, but it can be worth it in the end if you manage to get through all parts. Detoxifying your body, rehabilitation after that time passes or when needed (depending on what type), and then recovery while also receiving therapy support throughout this entire process.

    A standard route to starting recovering from substance abuse and addiction is through a detoxification center. There you can completely heal your body and mind and continue on the path of recovery without feeling any of the lingering effects of substances.

    Within the past decade, opioid addiction has become a nationwide epidemic. The United States hosts one of the world’s highest rates of opioid use or abuse and has one of the highest rates of opioid-related deaths. In the United States, opioid drugs are classified as Schedule II-IV controlled substances due to their highly addictive properties and potential for abuse. These include morphine, opium, heroin, oxycodone, hydrocodone, methadone, and fentanyl. Physicians usually prescribe opioids to help control pain.

    Over time, opioid users develop a tolerance for the drugs, which makes it difficult, if not impossible, to function without them. In turn, opioid users often resort to illicit means of obtaining the drugs. These means can include drug dealers, friends, and family members who do not have legitimate prescriptions for the drugs. Opioid addiction can quickly lead to heroin use, especially those seeking more intense highs than prescription opioids offer. Due to the high risk of overdose, heroin users are at a much higher risk for illness and death.

    A person who struggles with addiction and a mental health condition suffers from a dual diagnosis. This means that they have two issues that must be treated. The specific mental health issues that the patient at Sutton Clinical Services might have include but are not limited to:

    • Depression
    • Bipolar Disorder
    • Anxiety
    • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

    The specific addiction issues that the patient might have include but are not limited to:

    • Alcoholism
    • Drug Addiction (i.e., Cocaine, Meth, and other stimulants, Marijuana, and Ecstasy)

    The combination of the two illnesses can be tough to treat. Taking care of one or the other is tough, and taking care of both cannot be done alone. A patient who receives dual diagnosis treatment will be given the best chance at becoming sober.

    Levels of Care Offered

    This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Detox, Dual-Diagnosis, Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Intervention, Outpatient, Residential, with additional therapies available as listed below.

    Detoxification is a critical first step in treatment for drug addiction. Drug detoxification helps the individual withdraw from the drug by providing a controlled environment where symptoms can be managed through medication and close observation. Detoxification is an inflection point where the individual can get on a recovery track, but it’s also one of the most dangerous points in the recovery process.

    In addition to going through physical withdrawal from certain drugs, a detox program also provides the individual with drug testing to monitor their progress. This way, if the individual is not ready for sobriety (such as if they relapse), the treatment professionals can catch it early on and use that opportunity to help re-orient the individual towards recovery.

    Inpatient treatment centers offer a safe, secure, and often medically supervised environment for drug or alcohol-addicted individuals. Many of these facilities are equipped to provide detoxification, treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders, and aftercare programs.

    The patient typically spends 28 to 30 days at the facility and will receive extensive drug counseling. They will also learn how to live without drugs and how to make the right decisions in life.

    Intensive Outpatient Programs are similar to partial hospitalization, but they don’t require the patient to go home each night.

    This means that while they have to attend meetings and receive other types of help at the facility, addicts are allowed to keep their jobs or continue with school without having to miss their classes or work opportunities. This is a great option for those who can’t take time away from their jobs or schedules to attend a treatment program.

    During this type of program, the addict will be required to meet with counselors and other types of professionals throughout the day. This will help them stay on track and prevent them from relapsing after they leave the facility.

    An outpatient treatment program is set up to help with alcohol or drug addiction or a co-occurring disorder. The treatment must attend the treatment facility for their therapy and other programs but return home each night. The frequency of mandatory attendance decreases after much of the treatment program is complete. The treatment programs are monitored by the treatment facility and case managers who work for a judge or judge’s office. A treatment program may be performed out of a treatment facility, treatment clinic, or treatment center.

    The benefits of outpatient treatment programs are many. One of the most beneficial treatment programs is that it allows treatment for clients who cannot afford or may not be able to attend treatment at a treatment facility, treatment center, or treatment clinic full-time. Another benefit of treatment programs is that they reduce crime rates because treatment allows people to treat their addiction.

    Residential treatment programs are those that offer housing and meals in addition to substance abuse treatment. Rehab facilities that offer residential treatment allow patients to focus solely on recovery, in an environment totally separate from their lives. Some rehab centers specialize in short-term residential treatment (a few days to a week or two), while others solely provide treatment on a long-term basis (several weeks to months). Some offer both, and tailor treatment to the patient’s individual requirements.

    There are many different kinds of services that support and help people in recovery. Interventions help families and friends share feelings, express their desire for change, and plan for concrete steps toward recovery. Interventionists are trained professionals who assist family members in arranging an intervention or lead an intervention themselves. The family members should be involved in selecting an experienced professional to lead their loved one into treatment. Intervention services are available throughout the country.

    Therapies & Programs

    Individualized Treatment is essential because it gives addicts the ability to participate in a program that meets their unique needs. An addict should work with professionals who understand what they’re going through, especially if the addict is actively using. Finding the right treatment program for an addict is difficult, but it’s even harder without communicating with those who have experience treating your specific situation.

    Couples therapy is a treatment approach where the patients and their partners are engaged together. When a person becomes a victim of substance abuse, it affects the patient and his people, particularly his partner. Their relationship can become strained due to lack of communication, financial issues, loss of trust, lack of intimacy, and physical abuse in more severe cases. Couples therapy addresses these issues and tries to rebuild the trust between the partners. The partner’s involvement in the process will result in greater chances of treatment success and sustained recovery.

    The therapies typically involve all family members, potentially including siblings, children, and parents who play a role in their daily lives. These sessions can be essential because they address past issues that may have affected an addict or alcoholic’s recovery process. They provide support during this time when it is needed most!

    A family therapy session, often called a family meeting or intervention, is a necessary process that helps loved ones of addicts see their situation in a new light. It’s also one of the most challenging things families will ever have to do when they’re facing a loved one battling addiction or alcoholism.

    Group therapy sessions provide recovering addicts with a chance to cope with everyday situations that many face. Group therapy sessions are held in rehab facilities, clinics, churches or community centers that offer drug addiction treatment.

    People who attend these groups are encouraged to voice their feelings and support other addicts in recovery. This helps group members strengthen their own recovery program while cheering on others who are struggling with sobriety.

    Trauma therapy allows them to work through past trauma to have peace of mind and begin down the road of sobriety. The therapist will work with the individual to help them understand their past and present relationships. Patients may often believe that something is inherently wrong with them or they are unworthy of love. The therapist aims to correct these negative feelings and behaviors by helping the person realize that their actions do not reflect who they truly are.

    Dialectical behavior therapy, or DBT, is one form of cognitive behavioral treatment. This type of therapy typically involves both individual and group sessions with a therapist on a regular basis.

    It uses concepts like mindfulness training to help addicts learn how to identify their thoughts, feelings, behaviors and the experiences that trigger them so they can avoid relapse. DBT also teaches addicts how to regulate their emotions, which can make it easier for them to avoid or overcome negative thoughts and cravings.

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a highly effective treatment option based on the idea that how we feel, think and act all interact together. Our thoughts determine our feelings and behaviors; our feelings affect our thoughts, and our behaviors change our thoughts and feelings. CBT helps people explore their thoughts for problems (or false beliefs) that influence their mood and actions. By examining their thoughts and beliefs, people can recognize distorted or irrational and modify them to more realistic, positive ones. CBT is very goal-oriented, which means that the therapist and patient work together on a specific problem while learning to become more adept at solving future problems.

    CBT works well with a broad range of people, including those with depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and problems with anger. In addition to helping a client focus on thoughts that can be changed, CBT also allows them to take an active role in their treatment. This is called a collaborative approach because both patient and therapist work together to produce the best possible results.

    CBT is based on cognitive learning theory, which says that our behavior is a learned response to our environment. Cognitive refers to thoughts and beliefs, while behavioral relates to actions or deeds. CBT helps people learn ways of behaving to improve their quality of life by focusing on specific problems or goals they want to achieve. Sometimes, CBT is used alone; other times, it is combined with medications or brief counseling techniques such as solution-focused and motivational interviewing to achieve optimal results for the patient.

    Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is different from the traditional treatment that helps patients recover from substance abuse. This therapy, offered by Sutton Clinical Services, helps patients reduce the impact of traumatic memories on emotions. It does this by having them follow a bar of light or watch their therapist’s finger move back and forth, which mimics the eye movements of REM sleep. This reduces the negative feelings associated with such memories and promotes calmness and relaxation.

    EMDR therapy is combined with behavioral therapies to address the root cause of substance abuse. This reduces the chances of relapse at a later stage.

    Patient Experience

    Experiential Therapy at Sutton Clinical Services

    Drug addicts can benefit from experiential therapy, which involves real-time activities to process trauma and emotions. This type of therapy is available at Sutton Clinical Services and can help reduce the need to resort to drugs and alcohol. Activities may include role-playing, use of props, and others. The individual learns to release suppressed thoughts that lead to negative feelings and embrace the present moment. Experiential therapy is beneficial in treating various disorders, including drug addiction, eating, and behavioral disorders.

    Payment Options Accepted

    For specific insurance or payment methods please contact us.
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  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Military Insurance
  • IHS/Tribunal/Urban
  • State-Financed
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    Additional Details

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    Sutton Clinical Services Location and Directions
    Address Information5300 South 500 East
    Ogden, Utah 84405 Phone Number(801) 392-0942 Meta DetailsUpdated April 15, 2024
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    Ogden, Utah Addiction Information

    More than 500 people in Utah die each year from the effects of drug abuse and/or addiction. Substance abuse rates in Utah have seen an upward trend for a variety of drugs. Opioids are involved in almost 70% of all drug-related deaths in the state, annually. In 2014, Utah officials created a Good Samaritan Law to protect drug users who report possible overdoses from being prosecuted themselves.

    In 2018 Ogden had a rate of 9.8% for illicit drug use. 42% of people who sought treatment for addiction have a history of marijuana use. Heroin is involved in 24% of all drug-related deaths in Weber County. Unemployed men are more likely to develop an addiction. If you are not sure which type of treatment is best for you, talking to your doctor or counselor will be the best for you.

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