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Our Recovery Approach

Physical Recovery

We approach physical recovery by offering a exercise and nutrition program. We also experience the outdoors through adventure based counseling.

Social Recovery

We offer community of recovery. We provide support through group therapy and counseling. We help to develop social and life skills. Or goal is to help you reconnect with your family.

Psychological Recovery

We have a trained, professional staff who offer counseling services. We focus on understanding the root cause of the addiction and providing a individualized treatment plan.

Spiritual Recovery

Spirituality is an important part of recovery. We help our clients explore their recovery from a spiritual perspective in a safe, non-judgmental environment.

Lion's Gate Recovery

Neurological Focused Treatment

If you have struggled with treatment in the past, it might be time to try something new.


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Online Family Program

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Russ W. Talbot

Clinical Director & C.E.O.

Brian Hansen


Rebecca Phillips


Melissa J Hinton

Medical Director

Kelly Betts

Admissions Specialist

Maureen Ramer

Case Manager

Travis Ashby

Facility Director

Leslie Talbot

Director of Operations

Megan Talbot

Administrative assistant

Latest news

Depression Is the Leading Cause of Ill Health

by Christian Smith

Anxiety orders have been, for a while, the most common mental illness in the United States. Nearly one out of every five American adults suffer from some sort of anxiety disorder, such as clinical depression. However, this isn’t only an American problem. Depression and anxiety are problems that people face all over the globe. Despite… Read more »

How Weather Affects Substance Abuse

by Christian Smith

Addiction rates have risen all around the country over the past decade, driven in large part due to the opioid epidemic. However, there is actually some research that suggests that there might be a connection between weather and substance abuse.

Tips for Navigating Sobriety in Social Situations

by Christian Smith

Navigating the early stages of sobriety can be difficult, especially when there are so many social expectations surrounding alcohol use. Social situations involving alcohol, such as weddings and work conferences, can be difficult to avoid as well. Recently, The Fix published eight helpful tips for maintaining newfound sobriety from alcohol, even in social situations where… Read more »