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The Alpine Centers Difference

We bring the heart into healing addiction and mental health disorders.

Did you know there are over 350 treatment centers just around the Salt City Area? How do you know which one is the right fit for you or your loved one? The Alpine Center difference is that we come from a place of passion for healing addiction. We do not answer to a corporate board of directors – we are here solely for YOU and your family. We understand that addiction and life issues can happen at any age and we have a committed and experienced staff that will personalize treatment for anyone that walks through our door.

Welcome to Alpine Centers. Welcome to the Family.

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Locally Owned and Operated

Alpine Center’s owners bring their passion of healing for over 31 years from place of experience – they’ve both personally been through the recovery process.

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Joint Commission Certified

We pride ourselves on the quality of our professional services and provide the highest level of healthcare standards to each and every person that comes into Alpine Centers.

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24/7 Help and Insurance Friendly

We’ll work with you our your loved ones needs no matter what time of day. We accept a wide variety of medical insurances and provide financially friendly services.

We believe recovering from addiction is possible and the means to change is within each of us. Give us a call: 801.268.1715

Addiction Treatment Services

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Mental Health and Substance Abuse Assessment and Evaluation Services

Alpine Center’s clinical staff provides comprehensive assessment, evaluation, and referral services for psychiatric, mental health, and addiction disorders.

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Medically Assisted Suboxone© Treatment and Treatment for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders

We provide care for those diagnosed with mental health and addiction disorders. Treatment can involve prescribing the use on medications such as Suboxone©, Vivitrol©, Campral©, and other medications as necessary. We also provide safe effective medically monitored detox programs to assist in coming off of addictive substances.
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Outpatient Treatment Services for Substance Abuse Disorders

Alpine Centers’ Outpatient Treatment Services are designed for those who struggle with addiction but must meet the demands of a busy lifestyle. Group and individual treatment sessions are tailored around your schedule. We have morning and evening sessions that are focused on designing and implementing strategies to prevent relapse and support long term sobriety.
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Day Treatment Program for Substance Abuse Disorders

Alpine Centers’ Day Treatment Program supports the healing process through addiction by providing supportive therapeutic activities Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. This structure may provide an alternative to residential treatment.

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Aftercare and Support Group Services for Substance Abuse Disorders

Alpine Centers provide lifetime support after completion of treatment through our free, weekly Aftercare Group. We also provide free support groups for those on medications such as Suboxone©, and a free Family and Friends Support Group for the loved ones of addicted clients.

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Mental Health and Relationship Challenges

We facilitate caring and compassionate individual therapy sessions designed to treat the individual, couples or families suffering from psychiatric, mental health, or relationship challenges.

FREE Suboxone Support Group Every Tuesday at 6 PM.
We welcome all clients and general public.
Questions? Give us a call: 801.268.1715

Our Team

Tracy B Anderson

Tracy B Anderson

LCSW, Clinical Director
Tracy completed his Bachelors degree in Psychology at the University of Utah Cum Laude then returned to his clinical studies with a Masters in Social Work degree in 1986. Tracy has a rich experience background working in chemical dependency, and dual diagnosis clinical settings with both adolescents and adults.
Debra Gibson

Debra Gibson

SUDC, Admissions Director
Debra is a graduate of the University of Utah's Drug and Alcohol Program. Debra works with communities to provide education and assistance to help struggling adolescents and their families. She is dedicated to helping families cope with the trials and tribulations that occur with adolescents in crisis situations.
Burton Fullmer

Burton Fullmer

CMHC, CPW
Burton Fullmer is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor who has been working for over 20 years in mental health and addiction treatment in Utah, in a variety of settings, including the University Hospital and Cirque Lodge in Sundance. He has both a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and Addiction Treatment Training from the University of Utah as well as a Certificate in Process-Oriented Psychology through the Process Work Institute of Oregon. He works with anxiety, depression, addictions, relationships, grief and dreams; among other things, including process-oriented meditation and transformation through life’s journey of wholeness and healing.
Stacey Stocking

Stacey Stocking

ACMHC, ASUDC, TRS
Stacey began his career in mental health treatment in 1989. He has been a licensed therapeutic recreation specialist (TRS) since 1995. He has been providing recreational therapy in a variety of mental health programs, including acute care settings, residential settings, and outpatient settings, for both adult and adolescent patients throughout his career . Stacey is licensed as an advanced substance use disorder counselor (ASUDC), and has been treating patients with co-occurring disorders since 2006. Stacey is also currently licensed as an associate clinical mental health counselor (ACMHC) and continues to treat patients with co-occurring disorders in an our day treatment and outpatient settings.
Rick Tanski

Rick Tanski

SUDC
Rick has worked in the field of substance abuse treatment for over thirty-five years. He has a deep understanding of addiction treatment and has developed and administered treatment programs for both adults and adolescents in the Salt Lake City area and Sydney, Australia. He is a powerful addition to our team.
Jessica Goulding

Jessica Goulding

CSUDC
After working as a part of Alpine Center’s office staff for 3 years, Jessica found herself inspired by the recovery process and decided to take her position a step further. She is a recent graduate of the University of Utah’s Substance Use Disorder Counseling Program and is working towards her degree in Social Work.
Matthew Bowen, DO

Matthew Bowen, DO

Medical Director
Dr. Bowen graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Family Studies in 1997, he received a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Family Therapy from the University of Louisiana Monroe in 2001. He then received his Medical Degree from Des Moines University and attended Residency at the Iowa Lutheran Hospital.
Michael Desjardin

Michael Desjardin

MSN, APRN
Michael Desjardin is a board certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. He completed his education at the University of Utah and has extensive experience providing psychiatric care in multiple settings including inpatient and outpatient. He has worked for inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment centers providing medical health screenings, psychiatric evaluations, detoxification services, and medication management.
Ashleigh Byrne, MD

Ashleigh Byrne, MD

Dr. Ashleigh Byrne recently moved to Utah from the east coast, where she was working in New Hampshire at the largest Suboxone clinic in the state. Prior to that, she completed her training in anesthesia and pain management at Harvard's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston; she is double boarded in anesthesia and pain medicine.
Zoe Robbins

Zoe Robbins

APRN
Zoe Robbins graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Westminster College in 2001. She already knew that mental health was her path, so while working part time at the inpatient psychiatric unit at the VA, she also attended graduate school at the University of Utah and in 2005 became a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
Ranae Sanders

Ranae Sanders

APRN
Ranae Sanders attended BYU for undergraduate and graduate school. She graduated with her RN in 1974 and her Family Nurse Practitoner degree in 1981.She practiced family medicine for 7 years in, Utah and California. In 1987 she returned to Utah and did an 18 month residency in Psychiatry. She has had an inpatient and/or outpatient practice in psychiatry since that time.
Mitzy Stewart

Mitzy Stewart

APRN
Mitzy was born and raised in Utah. She graduated from the University of Phoenix with a masters degree in nursing administration and education, she also graduated from the University of Utah in the psychiatric nurse practitioner program. She has worked in the mental health and substance abuse field for almost 30 years.
LINDSAY FENTON

Lindsay Fenton

A native of Los Angeles, Lindsay moved to Salt Lake City in 2009 to pursue a career in mental health counseling. She earned her masters degree at the University of Phoenix's clinical mental health counseling program, and is currently a licensed Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor. She earned a bachelors degree in Communication Studies from Loyola Marymount University. Lindsay's knowledge is focused in the addiction field, with special attention to adolescents, young adults, and their families. She also has vast experience in working clinically with insurance companies to obtain authorizations for those in substance use and mental health treatment.
ERIC LINDGREN

Eric Lindgren

Eric Lindgren has worked in the recovery field since 2008 and went on to complete the University of Utah’s Substance Use Disorder Counseling Program in 2013, becoming fully licensed in 2015. Eric has a passion to not only help people recover from addiction, but to give them the tools to move on and have a fulfilling and purposeful life. When not in the office Eric focuses on improving himself with general fitness and weight lifting. But he would say his favorite thing to do is spend time with his daughter, Zayla.

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Resources and Articles

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

National Substance Abuse Index

Psychology Today (Article on Mindfulness, Meditation, and Addiction)

ASAM Applauds HHS and CDC for Guidelines on Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain

Documents to Get Started With

Alpine Center Therapy Services New Patient Packet

Alpine Center Addiction and Mental Health Medical Services New Patient Packet

 

I began working with Tracy [Alpine Center] after a 10-day hospitalization at UNI [a psychiatric hospital] for depression and anxiety. When I first began treatment my anxiety was still overwhelming me, and my depression took away any desire to engage in meaningful activity. As therapy progressed my anxiety and depression decreased a great deal, and I was able to enjoy activities and do the meaningful work I had done before hospitalization. Now therapy is centered on personal growth [and a deepening spiritual practice (life)], and living my life more fully.

Anonymous

I can honestly and openly say that this facility saved my life. It’s like a family here. The staff cares more about helping you get sober and stay sober than they do about money. They will work with you if money is an issue. I highly recommend it!

Tamara V.

I have searched for many places for a long time before I found Alpine. Everyone here from the front desk staff to the therapists and owners, all have a huge heart and they want us all to succeed in controlling our addiction. The peaceful freedom that I have learned is something that I now want to pay forward and share what I have learned.

Pat

I honestly just did not know how to live. I know that sounds crazy, but it’s true. Everything I did was destroying myself and my family. Alpine Centers helped me see this and to find skills to overcome that.

Kate Y.

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