The Men's Mental Health Residential Program focuses on stabilizing symptoms of severe mental illness. Individuals will receive medication evaluation and monitoring, paired with learning and practicing coping skills within the therapeutic community.

Treatment focuses on stabilizing symptoms of severe mental illness, like psychosis, through individualized medication evaluation and monitoring, paired with learning and practicing coping skills within the therapeutic community. Since the majority of our residents also have a co-occurring substance use disorder, they also receive assistance in establishing and maintaining abstinence, as well as preventing relapse. By the time individuals leave the program, they will have developed coping skills, increased a sense of personal responsibility, self-discipline, relationship skills, positive attitudinal changes, and will have a plan for safe housing and aftercare

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Mental Health Focus

With full access to a diverse team of experts collaborating together, clients receive individualized treatment specific to their needs.

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Trauma Informed Care

Our clinicians are trained in various interventions to provide trauma therapy to those who will benefit from it.

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Dual Diagnosis Enhanced

Treating mental health issues alongside any substance use disorder for those who may use substances to cope.

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Extensive Case Management

Highly trained case managers who help connect individuals with the right resources to address their needs.

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Medical Care

Odyssey operates the Martindale Clinic, which provides integrated medical services during and after your treatment stay.

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Life Skill Development

Clients learn necessary life skills and practice them to maximize their effectiveness, such as maintaining a schedule, budgeting, communication, and stress management.


Individuals with a severe, persistent, mental illness that may also have a co-occurring substance use disorder.


Residents receive a full spectrum of services that include a thorough assessment of their individual needs and strengths, medication evaluation and monitoring, creation of a treatment plan tailor made for them, individual, family and group counseling, case management and life skills acquisition

How often can family members visit us?

Currently, due to COVID-19, we are not allowing family visitors at this time. We are providing frequent phone and video calls to family members to make sure that loved ones stay connected during the pandemic while maintaining client safety.


Every weekend we offer structured and supervised activities such as nature skills building, hiking, ice-skating, arts & crafts projects, experiential activities, going to parks for barbecues, and participating in other activities that clients may benefit from. During the week, clients can participate in Yoga and Fit 2 Recover workouts and music therapy groups. Clients are also able to plan their own outings when they reach a certain level in the program

How much does it cost?

In most cases, treatment is free to low-income individuals. Please contact our Admissions team to evaluate your situation, and we will help you connect with funding. It is essential to know that there are many resources available, so please contact Admissions or call 801-322-3222 to see what options are available to you!

What can I bring?

Please bring enough comfortable clothing and shoes to last you for a week (on-site laundry facilities and supplies are provided). You can also bring alcohol-free toiletries, including shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shaving articles, brush/comb, and makeup. You are free to bring family photos, spiritual/religious items, and self-help or religious books. Please leave valuables and electronics at home.  We are not responsible for lost or stolen items. If you do not have the clothing or toiletries that you need, we are happy to provide you with them.

What is the admissions process like?

Once you have scheduled your appointment, our admissions team of experts will guide you and your family through the process step by step. We can even provide you with transportation to your appointment if you need support. Once you arrive, we start with a comprehensive evaluation to assess which of our programs best suits your circumstances. This evaluation may include questions about your mental health needs, medical history, family history, legal involvement, career and education, and past treatment services. Because of its comprehensive nature, the duration of the admissions process varies from person to person but most appointments last 1-2 hours.

What does the first day look like?

On the day you arrive, you’ll check your bags in while getting settled in. We’ll take a look at your belongings to make sure you’ve brought only appropriate items for your stay during treatment. Personal items deemed not appropriate will be sent home with a family member or stored and returned to you at discharge (items left behind require a scheduled appointment for pick-up). You will be assigned a mentor who will be with you for the first 48 hours. This person will help you to feel welcomed and answer questions you have. You will be assigned a bed, given bedding, and you will be allowed some time to put your things away. Once settled in, you will be introduced to the rest of your peers in a welcome group.