Our detox center in St. George, Utah is specifically designed to provide you or a loved one heal from the destructive pattern of substance dependency. Our skilled medical staff will make sure that your loved one will have a safe detox at our facility.
You can learn more about the different types of treatment that we employ in our recovery process by clicking on the links below.
The above treatment modalities are the framework for the treatment for all of our patients. However, we understand (and embrace!) that each of our patients are different, and will have different needs when it comes to the types of treatment that will be most effective for them.
As you enter the Shadow Mountain St. George recovery center, you will be greeted by our in-house welcome team. After a comprehensive admissions process, which includes a thorough walkthrough of your medical history, current and previous medications, and history of substance abuse, you will receive a tour of the facilities and be introduced with faculty. Within those first 24 hours, you will sit down for a consultation with one of our clinicians. During this consultation, we will determine your objectives, goals, and the areas of focus for your stay with us.
Medical Detox + 2-4 Week Treatment
See what people are saying about us.
This facility has two wonderful providers, Amanda Turner (APRN) and Justin Brinkerhoff (PA), who visit daily with the patients and fine-tune the plan of care to provide the greatest comfort for each and every patient in their detox process. The average length of stay is seven to ten days, and the nurses are all fantastic, offering the patients any as-needed medications to help treat the many symptoms of detox not otherwise covered by the scheduled medication regimen. The Executive Director of the facility, Dina Beach, is very approachable and competent, as well. There are a wide array of activities to help pass the time, as well, including movies, books, board games, etc. Most importantly, you will be listened to and respected, whether you are the incoming patient or a family/friend of the prospective patient. Ten out of ten in my book.Doug Johnson
Professionalism and humanity has been demonstrated every time I have brought someone to this organisation for assistance in their turning point to new recovery. They work hard to carry people through this critical transition.Richard Curtis