Since 1971, Odyssey's Adult Residential substance abuse program has helped tens of thousands of people across the nation. We tackle drug addiction from the ground up — combining services to address substance abuse, mental health, negative beliefs and behaviors, poor job skills, housing, physical health, rebuilding healthy relationships and more. By the time people successfully complete our care, they will be sober, employed, housed, have access to medical care, and independently living a healthy life.
It is very common for adults struggling with substance abuse to have mental health needs. Our treatment team includes licensed mental health therapists who are specially trained to work with mental health issues like depression, anxiety, mood disorders, antisocial personality disorder, and trauma.
Odyssey's adult inpatient programs help individuals improve their communication skills, emotion regulation, and address the negative stigma associated with drug use. Many people feel guilt and shame and have harmed people they love. Odyssey helps individuals heal and rebuild their healthy support system so they can be successful in long-term recovery.
It is critical you receive all of the tools to address the underlying reasons why you are using drugs. Living a healthy life is vital to staying sober.
Adults reinforce a healthy routine while in inpatient including cooking, doing laundry, the importance of keeping your space clean, etc.
Our addiction treatment model provides opportunity for leadership in the peer community creating self worth and motivation.
In partnership with Salt Lake City School District, adults can obtain their GED and receive vocational services while in treatment.
Many people participate in our recreation and cultural events sober for the first time in years. We want to show you can have fun in recovery.
Adults learn what it means to be accountable for their actions and how they impact others. This is a very important skill for recovering addicts.
Adults repair healthy relationships that were strained due to their drug use and walk away from negative relationships that led to drug use.