Cold Creek Wellness Center, located near Salt Lake City, offers experiential therapies, comfortable accommodations and recreational opportunities for a whole-body recovery. Aside from alcohol and drug addictions, they also treat video game, sex, gambling and pornography addictions.
Accommodations and Food
Cold Creek Wellness Center occupies a spacious residential home in Kaysville, a small town 23 miles north of Salt Lake City. The house holds a maximum of eight residents, who may or may not share rooms depending on availability. Private rooms feature a queen-sized bed, while double rooms have two full-sized beds. The decor emphasizes the desert location, with neutral, beige and brown tones and impressionist paintings of the Southwestern landscape. Residents can enjoy two large common areas, one of which has a television and a foosball table. Cold Creek Wellness Center does not offer on-site recreation, but they are located across the street from volleyball courts and baseball fields and include a complimentary Gold’s Gym membership with admission.
Residents eat three meals a day together in their dining room, which is adjacent to the kitchen. The food is light and healthy and frequently varies depending on which chef is on the job. Dinner options may include meat and potato type dishes or modern traditional meals like pastas or chicken dishes with risotto and vegetables. They can accommodate vegan and vegetarian diets as well as any religious dietary restrictions.
Treatment and Staff
Cold Creek Wellness Center offers a 45-day treatment that includes individual counseling (three sessions per week), group counseling, CBT, DBT, EDMR, mind-body bridging, Motivational Interviewing (MI), psycho-educational intervention, optional 12-step meetings, addiction education and experiential therapies such as equine therapy, music therapy, art therapy, yoga, sauna detoxification and mindfulness. Each resident also has one meeting per week with the medical director. It does not offer detox.
A typical day at Cold Creek Wellness Center begins with a 7 am wake-up. Residents then exercise either at the gym or the athletic park across the street, followed by breakfast and a group meeting before lunch. After lunch, residents have a short break and then engage in more recreation time or an experiential therapy. They also may have an individual session. After dinner, they continue treatment into the early evening and have a bit of personal time before lights-out around 10 or 11 pm.
Staff includes multidisciplinary counselors, Master’s level therapists, a physician, social workers, experiential therapists and chefs. The staff-to-resident ratio is about one to two at any given time.
Cold Creek Wellness Center offers and encourages family counseling. If family members cannot attend counseling in person, they can use teleconferencing or video chatting.
After the 45-day treatment, residents can either attend a 90-day outpatient program or move into one of Cold Creek Wellness Center’s two sober living complexes. Neither program is mandatory but may be recommended based on a resident’s progress after the first 45 days. The sober living complexes are divided by gender and are also located in Kaysville.
Cold Creek Wellness Center is ideal for someone seeking treatment that includes a lot of individual counseling, thorough aftercare and a program without spiritual emphasis. For those seeking a more picturesque, recreation-based treatment, Cold Creek Wellness Center has another facility in the Wasatch Mountains east of Salt Lake City that offers extensive outdoor physical activity opportunities like skiing, rock-climbing and hiking.
Cold Creek Wellness Center
845 West 200 North
Kaysville, UT 84037
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