Residential TreatmentThe Haven’s residential treatment program is designed for individuals (male and female) over eighteen who are suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. The length for residential treatment program is between 45–90 days. The average length of stay for program graduates is 75 days. The Haven has an 18-bed capacity, and the population is generally evenly split between males and females. Each client receives at least 25 hours of structured program activities per week.
A Therapeutic CommunityWe are a therapeutic community, meaning that most of the work we accomplish is through the use of group therapy techniques. We support the 12-step program as a model for personal development and long-term recovery. Regular attendance at meetings, groups and additional activities are required as part of the program. Moreover, each of our clients receives a physical and psychological evaluation through the University of Utah’s Alcohol and Drug Unit within the first 45 days of treatment.
Is a seven week didactic work shop, objective is to bring the unconscious behaviors to the conscience and make a different decision. This class is intended to raise awareness on how self-defeating behaviors contribute to substance use disorders, maladaptive, and criminal behaviors. Group meets on a weekly basis.
A systematic method designed to promote positive self-image and identity, help clients learn positive social behaviors and beliefs, designed specifically for offenders. MRT seeks to reeducate clients socially, morally and behaviorally to instill appropriate goals, motivation, and values. This is accomplished through systematic self-evaluation and goal setting activities. Clients work directly out of “How to Escape Your Prison” workbook, which the facilitator will provide for them. This group is only for members that qualify bases on criminogenic needs. Group meets on a weekly basis.
Focused on enhancing clients' capabilities by teaching them behavioral skills. The group is run like a class where the group leader teaches the skills and assigns homework for clients to practice using the skills in their everyday lives. Group meets on a weekly basis.
An evidenced based, present-focused counseling model to help people attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. It is an extremely safe model as it directly addresses both trauma and addiction. Groups meet on a weekly basis.
Focused on learning core communication skills. It helps clients express themselves more effectively and standing up for their point of view, while also respecting the rights and beliefs of others. Learning these skills can help boost self-esteem and earn the respect of others. This group also teaches conflict resolution skills, which is a useful tool for communicating in the treatment setting. Group meets on a weekly basis.
A nonprofit educational organization that operates a club here at The Haven for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking, and leadership skills. Toastmasters offer a program of communication and leadership projects designed to help people learn the arts of speaking, listening, and thinking. Classes meet on a weekly basis.
This is a psychotherapy group that will pull from CBT and other modalities. The purpose of this group is to assist an individual in identifying how they may view themselves as powerless, and victims of their trauma. Then moving forward to develop a post-trauma identity through a new belief system built on strength, competence, open-ended thinking, and a truthful expression of the person you are beneath the trauma. Group meets on a weekly basis.