Alpine Recovery Lodge

4.7 (38 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
1018 E Oakhill Dr.
Alpine, UT 84004
8664995376 Visit Website

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  • Insurance is Accepted
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Alpine Recovery Lodge is committed to providing cutting edge addiction treatment. Each of our residents receive their own customized and comprehensive treatment program designed to help them succeed. If you are ready to overcome your addiction to drugs or alcohol, we can help. We accept many different forms of Insurance, including: • Aetna • GEHA • Cigna • United • many more Insurance can often cover the full cost of rehab treatment. Call today and get your life back. If you are LDS and are looking for a Mormon friendly recover center, give us a call or contact us through our website. We've help Utah residents all over the state including in Salt Lake County, Utah County, Davis and Weber Counties and more. You need to heal. To overcome the addictions that plague you, and we can help.

Alpine Recovery Lodge Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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Randy

Upon arriving at Alpine Recovery Lodge I was unaware how much help I really needed. It took a good 30 days to realize it, but I was sick. I was also unaware that I had some mental health problems and ...

Colton

When I got here to Alpine I was kind of nervous and scared but the staff and clients have made me feel welcome and at home. This experience has opened my eyes to a whole new world and I feel fully sup...

RTL

I've learned valuable cooping skills to help me understand things about me I didn't yet understand, and to help me enjoy the path of sobriety. There is a lot of love and compassion between residence a...

Kegin

I first came in super paranoid and they welcomed me with open arms. I loved the staff, they helped me realize that I had a drug problem more than I thought I did. Alpine has helped me out tremendously...

Dean

I always felt I could curb my alcoholism. I was wrong. Alpine in 30 days has transformed my life in giving me the tools to combat my disease. Tools I never possessed. I feel a renewed spirit and hope ...

BD

Overall my experience at Alpine Recovery Lodge ("ARL") has been positive and I believe had a significant impact on my life. A majority of my time here was spent on 1) exploring my spirituality--someth...

Blaine

Friendly knowledgeable caring very personable honestly A downfall was that it was a little noisey Be yourself and be honest your counselor will do the same this is a very good place to begin a new li...

Jr

Amazing counselors I am happy with my recovery plan and My counselor and therapist

Jace

Very good treatment team. Good program to follow. Very good cook Not many complaints but I wish we had more movie options I have been to 4 different facilities in the last 6 months and alpine is the f...

SP

Caring compassionate staff. Great groups & counseling. Great food. Alpine Recovery Lodge genuinely cares about each & every client. The environment & nature surrounding the property is beautiful with ...

Img

They have a great team and really care about their residents. It feels like a home rather than a facility. . This program has changed so many people's lives.

Montana

I feel like the staff really cares about each and every one of us. They helped me to learn how to have fun in life again, they helped me to find new hobbies and interests. But most importantly they ...

Kimberly

The counselors the facility it self is in a beautiful atmosphere. They keep everyone very busy with a variety of activities. I think the meals could have been more health based with a cook tat is a nu...

JB

Strengths include a Strict Schedule, Compassionate and Paitent Clinical Team, Great Food, Positive Environment Weaknesses: Communication between clinical, mentors and patients can be lacking at time's...

Alex

Very welcoming, clinical team is very professional, and the staff here is great! Weaknesses: Mandatory to go to the gym if one person wants to go (weekends), takes too long until your allowed to go o...

Bw

They find what program will help the individual and not making the individual fit into a program that isn't best for them. A weakness was that the amenities (gym and pool) are not on site Alpine re...

Sarah

Counselors and therapists are well trained to deal with mental health issues as well as substance abuse which are usually co occouring This place has saved my life. My counselor and therapist work wel...

Anonymous

I liked this facility.

Anonymous

This facility was great!

Ab

Patience in working with the more difficult clients; clients' needs come first. A downfall was the consistency with finding off campus groups. When my mom came to this facility. The staff not only foc...

JTJ

Alpine is extremely family centered and family friendly. It's a home like environment where residents and staff are made to feel safe. There could be more holistic care options such as yoga. A separa...

SB

This facility makes you feel comfortable to show your weaknesses and helps give you so much strength. They are very Caring and Helpful. I can't think of any weaknesses honestly! Because of The Alpine...

MH

The staff is passionate about helping people identify their core values and strengths. They offer hope and healing. The facility is located in a beautiful, peaceful setting. A downfall is that one o...

Jg

Staff and accommodations were great. We got snowed in one day and couldn't go to the gym. This is an excellent place with incredible staff. Everyone was supportive even months after leaving treatment...

Shane

It's safe the staff is amazing and the location is beautiful Alpine saved my life and continues to do so with the after care groups and the strong connections I have with the staff alpine is like my...

Shelly

The staff is amazing!

Jared

It's high end very nice in a nice neiborhood and u feel like your home Ive been to a couple rehabs and I would recommend this one over any

Ronald

Ability to deal with rowdy people, more like a family than a treatment team, love you until you can love yourself Allowing disruptive people to stay was a downfall. They gave me a new outlook on life...

Nathan

Strengths: Staff, Location, Feeling of being home. Extremely effective staff who works well together. EMDR. Outings could be improved some, and the on site doctor should be replaced IMO. Phenomenal ...

CA

Strengths include the amenities, location and facilities, family/faith based therapy. Therapists and owners are amazing I got my life back because of Alpine and the staff, I have referred family and ...

Ali

The staff is always willing to go above and beyond for the residents. It is truly a little piece of heaven while in recovery. It feels like home. From home cooked meals to people caring about you. Yo...

Charles

Everyone understands me here. They are amazing at getting to the root of my problems that make me feel like using. The therapist and counselor that I have are amazing at helping me understand myself...

Anonymous

Good family participation.

Anonymous

It was a good program, but it did cost a little much

Anonymous

Control, restructuring behavioral short-comings, respectfulness. The level of strictness could cause the patients to want to rebel. They require complete respect from the patients and I think it teach...

Anonymous

not enough one on one time. great facilities

Anonymous

VERY knowledgeable staff, counselors, doctors and nurses. They do not judge anybody for what they have done. Very comfortable setting to open up and work through emotional issues. They teach life skil...

Anonymous

kind staff, felt like they really cared for patients, offered different types of exercise and coping mechanism to deal with problems. my friend was grateful for oppurtunity to be at this rehab center.


Areas of Focus
Family Program

Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.

Individualized Treatment

Some facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT

The focus of cognitive behavioral therapy (also called CBT) is helping people to understand the thoughts and emotions that underlie their addiction with the goal of learning new, healthier and more productive ways to understand and express themselves.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR is a highly specific, research-validated form of therapy that can help people overcome traumatic stress, anxiety, and depression. With EMDR, a trained practitioner uses bilateral stimulation, eye movement and touch to stimulate parts of the brain as a patient recounts certain experiences and memories as a way to more thoroughly process uncomfortable, painful feelings.

Alumni Testimonials
  • I owe Alpine Recovery Lodge my life, I am so thankful my family found them. I told my family I would never do inpatient, and I told them I would not stay one day over 30. Well, I did a 90 day program with Alpine, I got to know the staff and the others in recovery like family.
    Chris A.
  • I was probably one of the tougher people to Crack I had a hard time there at first but it wasn't their fault I was finding myself and that was a challenge for me! But alpine recovery never gave up on me even when they probably should have!
    Jessica C.
  • Alpine is by far the most incredible treatment center I have ever been to! Their clinical team is amazing! The owners are involved in the program, they have an amazing staff that genuinely care about the clients and do whatever they can to help people get a better life.
    Ray L.
  • I owe it to alpine recovery lodge for putting my life in order, by helping me understand my core beliefs, taken time with me to re-think my choices, set goals and guiding me until I achieved them.
    Christopher F.
  • Alpine Recovery Lodge is truly an amazing facility. They welcome you into the facility like you are a part of the family. They love you until you can love yourself.
    Ronnie D.
  • Alpine Recovery Lodge is where I began my recovery. I am so grateful for the life I live today. The therapy and tools I received while in my inpatient program at Alpine gave me the strength to take control of my life back.
    Stephanie M.
Key Staff Members
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    Donald Harline - Medical Director

    Dr. Harline graduated from BYU before attending medical school at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. From 1996 to 2000 he was a United States Air Force physician; he completed his four-year commitment with the rank of Major. Of his work at Alpine Recovery Lodge he writes, “I am privileged to help people who are greatly struggling to overcome their addiction. It is very much a team effort, and I have seen amazing results in many of the residents who are in recovery. The setting is beautiful, and the relatively low number of residents who are in treatment at any one time allows for more personalized care.”

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    Cindy Millar - Executive Director

    Cindy is from Pleasant Grove, Utah. She attended BYU where she studied Accounting and Business and received a BA in Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino. She completed both the certificate and graduate programs from the Institute of Healing Arts, where she gained a deep appreciation of holistic modalities. Cindy learned from her own experience what the parents of addicts have to go through, and she finds great fulfillment in helping the families of our residents on their own journeys of healing. She is deeply invested in her work at the Lodge and gives all that she can in order to “…halt the downward spiral, see the change in peoples’ lives, the sparkle come back in their eyes, their dreams become reality, and their lives head out on a new path.”

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    Nick Greenwood, MD, FASAM - Addiction Physician

    Dr. Nick Greenwood practices Addiction Medicine in private practice. He has practiced Addiction Medicine exclusively since 2011 and is double board certified in Addiction Medicine and Family Medicine. He is the founder and President of Greenwood Addiction Physicians. Dr. Greenwood earned his medical degree at the University of Arkansas College of Medicine. He completed an internship in Internal Medicine at the University of Arkansas, then completed Family Medicine residency at the University of Utah. He served as Medical Director of the Department of Chemical Dependency at Salk Lake Behavioral Health Hospital. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and the Utah Society of Addiction Medicine.

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    Tekulve Jackson-Vann - Clinical Director

    Tekulve Vann is a native of Milledgeville, Georgia where he graduated with Distinction from Georgia Military College Prep School. Following graduation, he deferred admission to Brigham Young University to complete a two-year missionary assignment in East Lansing, Michigan. After completing his mission, he enrolled in Brigham Young University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with an emphasis in Family Life Education. It was there that he teamed with up Anthony Walker to co-author Broken Homes…Solid Futures: A Marriage Education Program for Adult Children of Divorce.