• Residential Treatment

    Residential Treatment

    With access to an alcohol and drug-free living environment - successful recovery is possible.
    Individuals trying to abstain are more successful in a residential treatment setting.
    With access to an alcohol and drug-free living environment - successful recovery is possible. Individuals trying to abstain are more successful in a residential treatment setting.

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  • Activities for Fun

    Activities for Fun

    A common misconception between addicts is that "My life will be over when I quit!"
    The Haven opens possibilities by teaching individuals how to have fun sober.
    A common misconception between addicts is that "My life will be over when I quit!"
    The Haven opens possibilities by teaching individuals how to have fun sober.
  • Build Healthy Relationships

    Build Healthy Relationships

    A key component to long term sobriety is healthy relationships.
    The Haven facilitates building relationships based on boundaries and helping others who are in need.
    A key component to long term sobriety is healthy relationships.
    The Haven facilitates building relationships based on boundaries and helping others who are in need.
  • Lake Powell

    Lake Powell

    Each year The Haven takes Alumni, Residents and others in the community to
    Lake Powell all of whom share a common goal to stay sober.
    Each year The Haven takes Alumni, Residents and others in the community to
    Lake Powell all of whom share a common goal to stay sober.

Get Your Life Back

The Haven offers both residential treatment and sober living programs for men and women struggling with addiction to drugs and alcohol. All of The Haven's facilities are conveniently located near downtown Salt Lake City, within walking distance of UTA TRAX and the University of Utah. Individuals needing help to stay sober find extra support with The Haven's Sober Living Program. While residents work on the skills needed to live alcohol and drug-free, The Haven Alumni show residents that life without drugs and alcohol can be fun and exciting. The Haven has been has been a leader in treating substance misuse disorders in Utah since 1969. Recovery from alcohol and substance abuse is possible.

New Recovery Advocacy Movement

New Recovery Advocacy MovementThe New Recovery Advocacy Movement (NRAM) is a social movement led by people in addiction recovery, and their allies. It is aimed at altering public and professional attitudes toward addiction recovery, promulgating recovery-focused policies and programs, and supporting efforts to break inter-generational cycles of addiction and related problems. The NRAM rose in the late 1990’s in reaction to the increased de-medicalization, re-stigmatization, and criminalization of alcohol and other drug problems, as well as the resulting cultural pessimism about the prospects of long-term addiction recovery. New grassroots recovery community organizations across the U.S. were aided by seed grants from the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment’s Recovery Community Support Program. There are a lot of big words in there, but we assure you that these guys are personally affected by substance abuse or by addiction. These are individuals here in the community advocating for recovery rights, education, and community support on a national level.

The goals of this movement are clearly laid out:

  1. Portray alcoholism and addictions, as problems for which there are viable and varied recovery solutions.
  2. Provide “living proof” of the diversity of those recovery solutions.
  3. Counter any actions that dehumanize, objectify, and demonize those with or recovering for alcohol and/ or drug problems.
  4. Enhance the variety, availability, and quality of local/ regional treatment and recovery support services.
  5. Remove environmental barriers to recovery by promoting laws and social policies that reduce alcohol and/ or drug problems, and support long-term individual and family recovery.

The strategies of this movement followed with:

  1. Building strong, grassroots recovery community organizations- and linking these organizations into a national movement to develop recovery leaders, offer opportunities for the recovery community, people in recovery, family members, friends, and allies- to express their collective voice on issues of common concern, respond to community-identified recovery support needs, and a private forum for recovery-focused community service.
  2. Advocating- for meaningful representation and voice for people in recovery and their families at the local, state, and federal policy levels, on issues that affect their lives.
  3. Assessing and responding- to national and local needs related to the adequacy and quality of local treatment and recovery support services.
  4. Educating- the public, policymakers, and service providers about the prevalence, pathways, and styles of long-term addiction recovery.
  5. Developing human and fiscal resources- by expanding philanthropic and public support for addiction treatment, recovery support services, and recovery advocacy and by cultivating volunteerism within local communities of recovery.
  6. Creating recovery community centers- that make recovery visible on Main Street and provide setting for the delivery of non-clinical, peer-based recovery support services, supports, and activities.
  7. Celebrating recovery from addiction- through public recovery celebration events that offer living proof of the transformative power of recovery.
  8. Supporting research- that illuminates the pathways, processes, stages, and styles of long-term personal and family recovery.

This movement of people has many accomplishments to date that are important to be aware of. What they are doing for the recovery community and what they are doing on a national level is astounding. What can we do as a community to get involved and support them? Find out more about this and what they are doing now on their website:

Faces & Voices of Recovery

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PHONE: 801-533-0070
FAX: 801-596-2240
EMAIL: info@havenhelps.com
ADDRESS: 974 E. South Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84102 [map]


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Sponsors

George S. And Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation Marriner S. Eccles Foundation The Lawrence T. Dee – Janet T. Dee Foundation R. Harold Burton Foundation Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke, Jr. Foundation United Way Sorenson Legacy Foundation
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