USA Trauma-Informed Care For First Responders – Treatment Launched

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Utah Addiction Centers (801-766-2233), a residential treatment facility in Eagle Mountain, Utah, USA has launched a trauma-informed care treatment for first responders.

Its newly announced trauma-informed care treatment is ideal for military soldiers, law enforcement officers, EMS workers, firefighters, and other first responders. The compassionate staff will help patients work through their mental health issues and overcome substance abuse.

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Utah Addiction Centers’ treatment involves 20 hours of personalized residential care each week. The patient will be in a group because research has demonstrated that therapeutic group sessions produce more beneficial results than individual recovery-based sessions.

Furthermore, by being in a group, the patient will realize that they are not alone in their struggle. This will allow them to improve their compassion, empathy, and accountability through the support of their peers.

The treatment center can target an array of conditions, including PTSD, depression, anxiety, and addiction. Their team offers many treatment solutions based on the patient’s specific needs, which include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and several exploratory therapy modalities like Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Additional details can be found at

When an individual is going through personal struggles, it affects their family as well. Because of this, the center offers family therapy comprising intensive family workshops and tailored treatments with a primary therapist. With this therapy, first responders and their families will learn to improve their ongoing communication and resolve issues among members.

Utah Addiction Centers is dedicated to offering effective treatment solutions based on the requirements of each patient. Their professionals also provide treatment for drug and alcohol rehabilitation and mental illness recovery for individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, and borderline personality disorder. Those who are interested in getting help can call their 24-hour hotline.

A satisfied patient said: “I honestly believe Utah Addiction Centers was completely God sent. From the very beginning, I could tell I had found the right place. My husband made the first initial call, and everything Darron said made complete sense. Then, within a week’s time, I was getting the help I had needed for decades but didn’t even fully realize.”

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