ACT Treatment Programs at Ogden Regional Medical Center - Now the Most Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Program in the Region
With the opening of its state-of-the-art ACT Residential Center, Ogden Regional Medical Center significantly expanded its long-established ACT Program. The newly built facility offers a cost-effective, 30-90 day treatment option to people seeking help with addiction recovery. Now that it provides support in a residential setting, Ogden Regional is first in Utah and the region to meet patient needs through multiple alcohol and chemical treatment options - all on the hospital campus.
Our specialists at Ogden Regional understand that it is critically important to help patients cope with the many facets that contribute to substance use including behavioral, psychological and social. That is why there are now five addiction recovery options available at the hospital. Patients can participate in any option separately or transition through various levels as they go through substance use treatment. This comprehensive approach offers new hope for achieving long-term sobriety.
Offering five distinct levels of care and a combination of addiction recovery options differentiates Ogden Regional Medical Center and makes its comprehensive program unique in Utah and the region:
Medical Detoxification Program
Inpatient hospital admission for medical detoxification. Patient is monitored 24 hours a day by medical staff to ensure safe and effective treatment of withdrawal and symptoms. Stabilization offered for alcohol, opiates, and benzodiazepines. Patients are provided with discharge planning assistance to assist them in their future recovery planning.
Inpatient Treatment Program – 28 Days
Structured evidence based program for high acuity patients utilizing a variety of treatment modalities tailored to the individual. Patients are housed on the ACT unit and participate in all transitional program components. Patients participate in treatment groups, psychoeducational groups, individual counseling, structured activities, and other treatment components.
Residential Program – 30 to 90 Days
Structured evidence based program for medium to high acuity patients utilizing a variety of treatment modalities tailored to the individual. Patients are housed in the ACT stand-alone residential facility and participate in all transitional program components. Patients participate in treatment groups, psychoeducational groups, individual counseling, structured activities, and other treatment components similar to the inpatient treatment program.
Partial Hospitalization Program (Day Treatment) – 28 Days
Participation in treatment program with inpatient population. High acuity patients needing moderate supervisions. Patients do not stay on the unit, but receive the same recovery education and therapy as the inpatient program.
- Monday 8:30a - 6:30p
- Tuesday - Thursday 8:30a - 9:30p
- Friday - Sunday 8:30a - 5:00p
Inpatient/PHP/Residential Patients Will Attend:
- Wednesday 8:00p - 9:00p - AA - ORMC
- Thursday 8:00p - 9:00p - CDA - ORMC
- Friday 12:00p - 1:00p - AA - Offsite (Inp/PHP)
- Friday 8:00p - 9:00p - 12 Step - Offsite (Res)
- Saturday 8:00p - 9:00p - NA - ORMC
Intensive Outpatient Program – 8 Weeks
Structured outpatient recovery program for lower acuity cases in which patients are on the ACT unit for a condensed period. Morning and evening programs are available to offer flexibility in scheduling. Both programs run Monday - Thursday.
- Day IOP: Monday - Thursday 10:30a - 2:00p
- Evening IOP: Monday - Thursday 5:30p - 9:00p
- Friday - 12 Step meeting of choice
- Saturday - 8:00p 12 Step meeting at ORMC
- Sunday Reflection 10:30a - 11:30a
The specialized alcohol and chemical treatment program at Ogden Regional Medical Center is one of the oldest and most respected in Utah. Its specialists have been serving people in the Ogden area and the greater Salt Lake City community since 1973.
Random urine drug screens are administered to patients in all treatment programs. Evidence Based treatment program consists of treatment concepts of Recovery Capital, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Relapse Prevention, Experiential Treatment, as well as traditional 12-Step Treatment.