Annie's House

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1601 E 13200 S
Draper, UT 84020
8666980321 Visit Website
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  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

We believe that healing from a trauma and addiction are a journey that takes time and deserve respect. Trauma has a direct affect on peoples lives and ability to function. Annie's House plays an integral role in healing from addiction, trauma and mental health. No matter where you are on that journey, we can help you find the way. Talk to our friendly and helpful staff today about the options available for people who are interested in admitting themselves, and those who need to admit a family member, friend, or loved one. We are here to make sure you or your loved one receives the services necessary for addiction recovery.

Annie's House 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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Hands down the best place I have been to for depression, anxiety, PTSD, and self-harm. The staff are compassionate and empathetic, therapists specialize in this work, and the owners knew me by name an...


I loved Annie's House. I love the people and the experience.


My counselor restored my faith back in men, god, and sobriety. He is the best counselor I have ever had and he has helped me more that 25 years of therapy. Also alot of girls have brought drugs into t...


Annie's was good for me.


Annie's House is Great.


Everyone was great at Annie's House. Annie's House is great.


It was a very good place, many good people work there and are helpful.


Everyone was great, the experience was great.


I found Annie's though a friend and was really scared at first. The girls were amazing but the house was awful, we had an outbreak of ants and it was so serious we threw away a lot of food. They provi...


Everyone is amazing. I have learned a lot of new and useful coping skills and tools.


I’m so grateful for Annie’s House and all the love and support, as well as treatment, I have received during my time there. Thanks to them I look forward to a sober & successful life!! I appreciat...


best rehab ever!


Hated it! If you have a disability please take your loved one else where. I could not do the activities you get frowned upon. Like climbing on telephone poles and walking on planks. Such jerk's at thi...


I don't even know where to begin with this place. First of all, there was no type of authorization or notification to the insurance before my loved one was admitted into treatment. She is not a 22 yea...


I went to Annie's when it was relatively new. With that said, I think they should have got some things in place before jumping in. The oven broke and needed to be ordered. We went weeks without a work...


Annie's house has changed my life! Recovery is one of the hardest things I've ever had to deal with. During my stay at Annie's I was supported by amazing women and the most amazing team of professiona...


For the money they didn't follow through with promises made before entering. Very little communication with family other than at group settings? Did nothing to help find a job.


Annie's House is what treatment centers across the world should aspire to be like. I have seen so many lives changed because of the recovery that is taught here. I would recommend Annie's House to any...


To put it frankly this rehab is a mess they can\'t keep their employees and fire anyone that questions their methods. They are rather lax and run by the seat of their pants with most of their therapy


My mom was here for a month, from the beginning we thought it was perfect and had high hopes. We were lied to many times from the admitting people about stupid things like how she can have soda on the...


Great caring staff. Beautiful home. Yoga. Various therapy methods. Recreational activities. Great area. 12 step and spiritually based program where all therapists go above and beyond to prove they car...

Areas of Focus
Medication Assisted Detox

Detox is the process of getting the drugs or alcohol out of the system and treating any uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that may occur. The amount of time a client remains in our detox varies on a number of factors. These includes the severity of the dependency or addiction, what amounts of certain drugs are in the system, the type of drug and how long it takes to get medically stabilized. Medical detoxification involves administering and prescribing a series of medications to help minimize withdrawal and cravings, and constant assessment from medical professionals.

Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

Client & Family Support Groups

Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.

Trauma & Associative Awareness Therapy (AAT)

Associative Awareness Therapy (AAT) uses the brain’s innate ability to adapt to change in a healing way, essentially “retraining” the brain to respond differently to familiar memories of trauma or pain.

Alumni Testimonials
  • I have loved being at Annie's House. I did a lot of research on places to go for residential treatment and decided on this place because they keep us busy. We go to meetings multiple times a week, we go to do recreation therapy, equine therapy, and ropes. Annie's house has shown me how to have good sober fun. The staff here truly cares about our well being and make this place a safe and loving environment for recovery.
    Lauren P.
  • Annie's House has been great! It's really helped me, I'm glad to be here & be in recovery! This is the best place for me, I'm glad I found it! The staff is SO great, helpful & dedicated to the cause! Most of them being long term recovered addicts themselves helps to feel comfortable in this environment, & its was a huge relief to find an all girls home thats also residential, & so quickly!
    Christina W.
  • This house has saved my life, they truly cared about my well being. They helped me become a beautiful sober Chelsea and took baby steps with me the whole way. Their medical attention is very appropriate and on-going. The staff carry good hearts and are there to help YOU through your journey to recovery.
    Chelsea G.
Key Staff Members
  • Photo of Tyler Hansen MSWi, LASUDC
    Tyler Hansen MSWi, LASUDC - Co-Owner

    After struggling with heroin and opiate addiction and spending time in the Utah State Prison for 2 1/2 years, Tyler has been sober 8 years. He is now pursuing his Masters, and has received a degree in Psychology and is also a licensed substance use disorder counselor in the State of Utah. Tyler donates his time at the RISE program at the Utah County Jail, is a member of the Utah County Sheriffs Office, & he is on the board of directors at the Utah Harm Reduction Coalition. Tyler has worked at Steps Recovery Centers for 6 years and started on the admissions team years ago. He has presented at the Fall Substance Abuse Conference and told his story across the country and on several podcasts here locally. He works with several local organizations including Adult Parole and Probation and the Utah Department of Corrections to reduce recidivism to jails and prisons and increase awareness around the opiate crisis. Tyler has 5 kids and a wonderful wife, and spends his spare time with them. They enjoy lots of sports and living in Utah close to the mountains.

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    Dr. Mark Keep M.D. - Medical Director

    Dr. Mark Keep has been in healthcare for 36 years. He was an advanced life support medic in central California for 5 years in the early 1980’s prior to attending medical school at Albany Medical College in Albany, NY. He completed Internal Medicine Residency and Heart Failure/Cardiac Transplant Fellowship at he University of Utah followed by Cardiology Fellowship at the University of Arizona. He worked as a general and interventional cardiologist in Utah for 18 years. In 2008 his 7-year-old daughter Alissa died in a motor vehicle accident. Dr. Keep had to overcome grief induced medical issues as well as alcohol use while struggling to recover from the pain of his daughter’s death. Volunteer work as well as research, writing, and speaking on the medical ramifications of grief and loss, including adverse coping mechanisms such as substance abuse, were part of his recovery. He has spoken locally, nationally and soon internationally on the subject. It also led to working with alcoholics and addicts and becoming an Addiction Medicine specialist. He is board certified in Cardiology, a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and board eligible in Addiction Medicine. Sharing his experience, strength, and hope as well as training, medical knowledge, and research are part of his desire to “pay it forward” and help others to also recover from grief, loss, trauma and addiction.

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    Desmond Lomax LCMHC - Executive Director

    Desmond Lomax comes to Steps Recovery Center with 20 years of experience in management, programming, and treatment. He recently retired as the Director of Community Programming for the Department of Corrections. His efforts in that position were recognized by the State of Utah and The Utah Fall Substance Abuse Conference when he was awarded the 2019 Patrick J. Fleming Award for contributions to the Substance Abuse community. Desmond has a background as a Clinical Director, Therapist, and Law Enforcement Officer for the past 20 years. He has been an adjunct professor for the University of Utah teaching classes in Forensic Social Work for the Master of Social Work program. He loves to present on multiple substance abuse topics and has done so throughout the country. He is a Master Facilitator for the Arbinger Institute and trains organization across the United States on having and maintaining an Outward Mindset. He has a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelors in Political Science and Sociology. He is a BYU Football Alumni who played on the 1996 BYU Football team that was ranked 5th in the country. Most importantly, he is a Husband to his lovely wife for the past 23 years and the father of 4 amazing children. He is humbled to have this opportunity to work for such amazing people.