Why Renew?

Why Choose Renew Wellness?

We are a specialized women’s rehab in Utah, providing you with unique support and guidance to empower freedom from the debilitating impacts of substance abuse, depression, anxiety, trauma and addiction. We provide services from a wholeness perspective that address your wellness in the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of life.

Creating Hope & Rebuilding Families

We provide you or your loved one with a safe and confidential healing environment while empowering the ability to redefine the view of self, the world, and others. Our approach is unique to other women’s drug rehab centers, as we utilize a wholeness perspective that addresses wellness in every area of life, including physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs.

We believe that ALL ARE DESERVING of the opportunity to discover their potential.

Some of the unique benefits we offer include:

  • Comprehensive support and guidance to empower your loved one with freedom.
  • Through our wholeness approach, focus is placed on interventions to improve their mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health.
  • They are assisted through the journey of surviving addiction, developing a healthy identity, and healing emotional traumas.
  • Our clinicians are licensed mental health specialists, uniquely trained in our comprehensive wholeness approach.
  • We provide a compassionate environment that allows your entire family to heal.
  • Each treatment plan is tailored to meet your loved ones specific needs and utilizes:
    • Interventions and strategies from evidence based practices that produce effective outcome results.
    • Experiential interventions to further the development of self-awareness and self-reliance.
  • We assist your family in the process of engaging in the recovery to bring wholeness to your entire family system.

Through unconditional acceptance and compassionate guidance, your loved one will receive the support necessary to help them break free from the debilitating impacts of depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, and addiction.