Transitional Care

Transitional Care

The disease of addiction is chronic and relapsing, which is why Reflections is dedicated to providing each client with a transitional care plan.

Plans will be unique to each individual, but several key components will apply to everyone. These transitional programs allow recovering addicts to feel equipped to function in their daily lives.

Plan for Relapse

Reflections never expect clients to relapse, nor do we set them up for failure. However, relapse is a part of the disease of addiction. Everyone involved in the program has a desire for clients to succeed, and genuine care for their well-being makes it necessary to implement a “plan for relapse.”

Should a relapse occur, each client will have a plan to follow. These plans will be detailed, comprehensive, and involve several levels of care. Clients will have the support of the recovery community, the staff of Reflections, and their family and friends.

If an individual should relapse, they will be equipped with a detailed plan on how to come back to recovery – then a clean and sober lifestyle. By following the plan for relapse, clients won’t have significant disruptions in their daily life or suffer serious consequences.

Sober Living

Reflections has several sober living facilities where clients can live with other people and begin their new lives free of drugs and alcohol. These houses are closely monitored by the clinical staff and include random drug screenings — as well as rules that promote a safe, clean, positive atmosphere that aids recovery.

Not every situation will allow an individual to participate in sober living.

However, each client’s living situations are still carefully monitored when they leave residential treatment. Reflections speaks and coordinates with family members, roommates, and spouses to ensure that our clients are going home to a place that will support their recovery. Every client leaving residential treatment should be entering a sober living facility or family home free of drugs and alcohol.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Clients who participate in an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) are significantly more likely to maintain a clean and sober lifestyle. Reflections staff will evaluate each individual’s needs and how an IOP fits in with their circumstances. IOPs are recommended in almost every case.

IOP includes individual therapy, group therapy, random drug screenings, and participation in community 12 step programs. Each of these provide clients with both accountability and support in their transitional care plan.

12 Step Program Sponsorship

All clients leaving the program are encouraged to contact an individual to specifically serve as their “sponsor.” This is an official position in every 12 step program and refers to an individual who serves as a mentor, supporter, counselor, and friend in recovery.

Sponsors guide and provide feedback to other alcoholics or addicts. They are volunteers who are active in the 12 step program and have at least 1 to 2 years of sobriety. Their experience and understanding of the program enables them to help other addicts/alcoholics along their journey in recovery.


Reflections is dedicated to treating clients with dual-diagnosis, meaning that in addition to addiction they have another mental or physical illness. These medical conditions are treated and supported by the staff.

Clients leaving inpatient treatment will be provided all of their medications and education on how to properly use them. They will have access to their prescriptions as well as referrals to local psychiatrists who can support their continued care.

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If you have any questions about which treatment program is right for you, please call us at 801-784-9455.


Treatment Programs

Reflections Recovery Center is a residential drug treatment program located in beautiful Utah valley. Our programs vary from to 30-90 days, depending on each client’s particular needs.


Insurance & Coverage

At Reflections we understand that determining how the cost of treatment for you or a loved one will be covered can be a daunting and confusing task.