Addiction Recovery is our Mission
Addiction recovery begins when you take responsibility for your addiction. Recovery becomes easier when you reach out for help.
Whether you are recovering from an addiction to heroin, meth, alcohol or something more, your choice to enter addiction recovery treatment is a life-changing decision. By taking this important step, you are giving yourself a chance to work on the underlying causes of your addiction so that you can successfully walk a road toward addiction recovery.
When you work with Next Level Recovery treatment center, you benefit from the flexibility and convenience of outpatient addiction recovery therapy. You can continue to work and enjoy your life as you undergo addiction recovery treatment. NLR is not a hospital setting. You visit the clinic for treatment at a set time and the rest of your day is yours to spend as you choose. Our addiction recovery program allows you to stay active, mobile, and productive, to allow you to heal in the environment where you are most comfortable.
A Healthy Living Environment for Abstinent Surroundings
Next Level Recovery works in tandem with Sober Living Properties, which offers four sober living facilities around Salt Lake City. Individuals who have taken the first steps toward addiction recovery often benefit from a substance-free living environment that allows them to focus on the things that matter most. At Sober Living Properties, you will receive the support and services you need to begin working toward stronger relationships and community connections. Sober Living Properties is affordable, offering rooms as low as $650 per month.
Determining Underlying Conditions is Top Priority at Next Level Recovery
We take time to thoroughly assess each client for underlying disorders like depression, PTSD, trauma, grief, loss issues, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADD/ADHD, and sleep disorders. Each one of these underlying disorders can make you more vulnerable to relapse as you undergo addiction recovery. At Next Level Recovery, we assess, address, and map out underlying issues that may stand in the way of addiction recovery.