Desert Solace is a residential recovery center in southern Utah that was founded in 2011 by Mark and Jerri Jorgensen.
At Desert Solace, we are committed to helping every one of our patients overcome their addictions, ranging from sex and pornography addictions to gambling and substance abuse.
At Desert Solace, our expert team of therapists guide their patients on how to live a balanced life that leads to a natural state of sobriety from addiction. The services we offer at Desert Solace include: individual therapy, group therapy, betrayal trauma therapy, and general addiction education. In the future, Desert Solace will be offering more services such as women’s retreats, couples retreats, and multi-intensive recovery programs to further expand the therapeutic process.
Our Judgement-free atmosphere has helped so many addicts pinpoint the root to their addictions and manage it in the healthiest way possible, but they don’t do it alone. Addiction does not solely affect the one suffering from it. Family and other loved ones unfortunately feel the effects of addiction and we promise to help addicts and their families heal as a unit and grow stronger together.
Our team of therapists are specially trained at treating each addiction and use reliable research-based forms of therapy that have been proven for higher success rates in overcoming addiction.
Our Desert Solace team understands what our patients are going through and we are more than ready to help heal those suffering from addiction.
Desert Solace is an inpatient addiction treatment center in St. George, Utah. Desert Solace specializes in the treatment of pornography and sex addictions. Additionally, they offer treatment programs for gaming, gambling and substance abuse. Their inpatient facility for porn, sex, gaming, gambling and substance addictions features professional, licensed counselors, a professional chef, equine therapy and more. With ongoing outpatient support for patients and their loved ones via phone calls and online messaging, Desert Solace believes in involving the client’s family in the recovery process.
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