We believe change is possible, and that the means to change is within each of us.
"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.
Welcome to Alpine Centers
At Alpine Center, it is our core belief that every individual, whether client, employee, or a member of the public, has the worth and right to be treated with dignity, and every client is entitled to individualized, active treatment which is consistent with current standards of care. We are committed to providing a secure, healthy, and comfortable environment.
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Assessment and Evaluation Services for Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Alpine Center’s clinical staff provides comprehensive assessment, evaluation, and referral services for psychiatric, mental health, and addiction disorders.
Medically Assisted Treatment for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders
Out Patient 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. .
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.
Aftercare and Support Group Services for Substance Abuse Disorders
We facilitate caring and compassionate individual therapy sessions designed to treat the individual, couples or families suffering from psychiatric, mental health, or relationship challenges.
Healing Starts Here. Call Today: 801 268 1715
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.
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.
Wendy Seeley LCSW completed her BA in Political Science and her Masters of Social Work through the University of Utah. She has a long career with mental health and substance abuse treatment including working with various populations including Utah State Prison, District Attorneys special victims unit, and the Behavioral Unit at Benchmark, Jordan Valley and Pioneer Valley Hospitals.
Burton is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor who has been working in mental health in Utah since 1997 and has been involved with Alpine Center since 2012. He pursued education from the University of Utah including completion of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Training Program and a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology.
ACMHC, ASUDC, TRS
Stacey has worked in a variety of adolescent treatment settings providing TR services, administrative duties, personal coach, and as a Master Practitioner. In 2006 Stacey completed the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Training Program at the University of Utah, and is currently licensed as an Advanced Substance Use Disorder Counselor (ASUDC). Since 2008 Stacey has been working with adults finding solutions to problems related to drug and alcohol use. Stacey completed a master’s degree in mental health counseling in December of 2015 and is now an associate clinical mental health counselor (ACMHC).
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.
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.
Debbie completed a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Beloit College in Wisconsin, a Master’s degree in Psychology at California State University, Long Beach, and a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah. Debbie began her clinical work in Utah at Project Reality. From 2006-2015 Debbie was employed at the House of Hope as the Clinical Director of Outpatient Services.
Matthew Bowen, DO
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 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.
Stephen Tucker, MD
Stephen Tucker is a Certified Suboxone Provider. Originally from California. Stephen completed his Medical Education at the University of The City Of Manila, College of Medicine in the Philippines. Stephen also has a background in Pediatric Medicine and Geriatric Medicine, and has also found a passion in Addiction Medicine.
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 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 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 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.
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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 Medical Services New Patient Packet
What clients say?
"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."
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