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Residential facility off I-80 already has a waiting list

Published: Sunday, Nov. 21 2004 12:00 a.m. MST

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Ellen

I was hoping there was a program for women. When you send your child to a program in Utah, with LDS staff, it does not mean that their faith is a part of their worklife. Our daughter was not even given the time to walk to church at one program. She is in worse shape now, on heroin, and needs an LDS based program. Thank you

Anonymous

HAve you found a good LDS program for girls? I have
a daughter I sent to Utah to college thinking it would be a good environment and now she is doing drugs. Let me know if you found one for women

Anonymous

I would love to open an LDS program for women - any thoughts?

Renaissance Ranch
PLEASANT GROVE, UT

Renaissance Ranch is proud to announce that it has a separate women's program now.
Renaissance Ranch believes in providing a gender-specific therapeutic environment. It has been our experience that a female only facility provides the appropriate setting for women to deal directly with their substance abuse issues.

Utah Drug Rehab
Payson, UT

The Ranch not only saved my life but many others who I call brother today. H.R. Brown, Kris and Steve; all share a passion to treat this disease unlike anyone I have ever met. They have inspired so many to reach for the stars and overcome the debilitating disease we call addiction. But what I feel is being left out, in treating addiction, they helped us understand the true meaning of the Atonement and the Savior's love for each one of his children, regardless of transgression. The LDS Addiction Recovery Program around the country was a huge backbone in my recovery after treatment as well.

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