The Haven is a therapeutic community whose goal is to facilitate clients into assuming responsibility for their own lives and sobriety. We are peer driven, with a strong emphasis on the group therapy process. The Haven's goal is to explore the underlying issues that lead to substance use dependence with a strong focus on dual diagnosis, treating not just substance use disorders, but mental illness as well. It is shown that over 60% of men and women with substance use disorders, have a mental health or personality disorder.
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.
A form of behavior therapy designed to help people stand up for themselves—to empower themselves, in more contemporary terms. Assertiveness is a response that seeks to maintain an appropriate balance between passivity and aggression.
A specific type of group therapy that focuses on educating clients about their disorders and ways of coping. It's based on the principles of cognitive behavior therapy
Potential residents must complete detoxification prior to interviewing for entry. Our program is designed to provide services to those who could benefit from intensive longer term therapy than is typically offered through traditional inpatient settings. Clients who qualify for treatment at The Haven should not require hospitalization or intensive medical attention.
Twelve-step facilitation therapy is an active engagement strategy designed to increase the likelihood of a substance abuser becoming affiliated with and actively involved in 12-step self-help groups, thereby promoting abstinence. Three key ideas predominate
A short-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment that takes a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. Its goal is to change patterns of thinking or behavior that are behind people's difficulties, and so change the way they feel
Group psychotherapy helps people improve their ability to cope with difficulties in their lives. It focuses on interpersonal interactions so relationship problems are addressed especially well. Research shows that it is also an effective form of treatment for many kind of problems.
Brings parents, siblings and extended family members such as aunts, uncles and grandparents into the treatment process. The family system has its own structure and patterns of communication, which may be defined by parenting style, personalities and other influences.
A collection of interdependent techniques which are intended to enhance self-control. The goal of this treatment is abstinence from cocaine and other substances through the identification of high risk situations for relapse and the implementation of more effective coping strategies.