Desert Solace is an inpatient treatment center located in Southern Utah that specializes in the treatment of men with behavioral addictions. Though their main focus is pornography and sex addictions, they also treat gaming, gambling, substance abuse, and have additional treatment options.
Fighting the fight of pornography addiction is not one to be fought alone. What seems impossible is possible, despite the shame and darkness. Difficult things are not impossible with the help of Desert Solace
Addiction can rear its ugly head through many avenues, one of them being through reliance on sex and pornography. Addiction to sex and pornography is all too prevalent and all too powerful. Desert Solace recovery center is fully equipped and ready to help you overcome your addiction.
Open communication and a commitment to connection are two of the foundational pillars we have here at Desert Solace. We specialize in treating addictions such as sex, pornography, gambling, gaming, and harmful substance abuse. One of the ways we utilize open communication and connections to empower the treatment process is by providing a weekly conference
Starting the journey to recovery from an addiction can seem just as hard as staying on the journey itself. Asking for and seeking help is something a lot of people struggle with for many different reasons. Whatever the reason is, Desert Solace wants to be the reason people start their journey to recovery.
Treating an addiction is a process that requires dedication, time, and support from others. Going through the addiction recovery process alone can be extremely challenging and result in a higher chance of relapsing due to a lack of a support network to remain accountable. Desert Solace is an in-patient addiction treatment center that utilizes a
Addiction inpatient facility Desert Solace offers each client’s family support throughout the recovery process, even after treatment ends. People who are addicted to substances or behavior may rationalize their condition, thinking that they’re only harming themselves. They may try to keep their addiction to themselves because they fear “letting down” their family members. But the