There is one drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility in Pleasant Grove, Utah for those struggling with substance abuse and addiction.
Substance abuse treatment services available in Pleasant Grove include:
- inpatient rehab
- trauma-informed behavioral health therapy
- individualized addiction treatment programs
- exercise therapy
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol and drug detox centers in Utah.
Rehab Center In Pleasant Grove, Utah
Willow Tree Recovery
At this substance abuse treatment facility, various treatment modalities are used to create individualized treatment plans that provide clients with empowering, trauma-informed care.
Alcohol and drug addiction treatment services available at this drug rehab center include:
- inpatient treatment
- experiential therapy
- trauma-informed programming
- individualized treatment plans
Location and contact information:
145 South 1300 West
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
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Finding Addiction Treatment In Pleasant Grove, Utah
If you need medical detox or intensive outpatient treatment, you may want to think about expanding your treatment search area or traveling for your drug and alcohol addiction treatment.
If you are considering traveling for addiction treatment, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol and drug detox centers in the US.
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Published on May 11, 2021
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- MedlinePlus — Drugs and Young People
- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) — Inpatient versus Outpatient Treatment Outcomes for People with Opioid Use Disorder (NIH HEAL Initiative)