Meeja McAllister of NAI Utah South recently assisted Renaissance Recovery in locating their new site at 321 North Mall Drive, at the Red Cliffs Professional Plaza, Building G.
Renaissance Recovery uses the traditional 12-Step approach to treatment combined with Gospel Principles as they relate to alcohol and drug addiction.  Their program offers intensive outpatient and general outpatient treatment lasting anywhere from 3-12 months.   “We believe that true recovery includes spiritual healing.  It has been our experience that this approach has proven to be the most successful.  We ask all clients seeking treatment at Renaissance Recovery be open to this aspect of recovery.”  Says Executive Director, Taz Decker.  Individuals seeking treatment at Renaissance Recovery are not required to be active members of the LDS or any other denomination.  Their staff and their program are respectful of all religious backgrounds.  Renaissance Recovery is committed to providing its clients with professional, private and compassionate treatment.  Their team is dedicated to healing and recovery an atmosphere of love & support.
Renaissance Ranch Recovery, one of the premier substance abuse treatment centers in the West, has been named Utah’s “Best of State” in providing mental health services.  Nominations for the “Best of State” award are reviewed by more than 100 judges. Each entry is given a numerical score based on three basic judging criteria: 50 percent on achievement and excellence in a specific field; 30 percent on creativity in approaches; and 20 percent to the contribution of improving Utah.  Renaissance Ranch, along with other award recipients, will be honored at a gala on June 4, 2014, at the Salt Palace Convention Center.  Utah’s “Best of State” awards were created to recognize outstanding individuals and businesses in Utah. By recognizing excellence in the community, the “Best of State” awards aim to inspire people and companies to work harder and smarter to succeed.
If there is anyone struggling with substance abuse addiction call 801-897-5900 for a free assessment, we can help.