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Addiction Recovery – Lifting Up Young Men Physically, Mentally and Spiritually

Unlike many other residential drug recovery programs, Beartooth Men’s Rehab offers a western, working ranch experience that transforms a struggling young man for a lifetime, reconnecting him with nature, to develop a positive mindset, while he continues healing his body, mind and spirit. Our strength lies in using nature and the discipline of a cattle ranch as an instructive tool to teach valuable life and job skills. Beartooth Men’s Rehab provides a powerful transitional living program that will bring out a young man’s talents and natural gifts.
 


 

Breaking the Drug Addiction Cycle, Building a Healthy Life

Other programs might only fix the surface problems of poor choices that have led to their life afflictions and drug or alcohol addictions, but we help young men find the root causes of their behavior problems. We understand that drug addictions began because of a choice and that better choices can’t be made without learning right from wrong. A 30-day rehab is often not enough to completely heal a person. Instead, we focus on building a new foundation of healthy life and job skills for these young men. Through their experiences here, they’ll learn to handle and confront life’s problems with patience, humility, and courage.

We accept young adult men, 18-30 yrs.struggling with:

Alcohol/Drug/Tobacco Abuse, all addictions, including Sexual, Pornography, Video Gaming, and Co-occurring Mental Health conditions;

ADHD; Anxiety; Depression; Impulsive behavior; Self-harm/cutting; Emotional imbalances;

Poor peer choices; Sibling/parent conflict; Anger management; Stealing/Theft; Chronic lying;

To see if our program fits your troubled young man’s needs, please consider the conditions that we treat at Beartooth Men’s Rehab.

Conditions Treated:

  • Defiance toward authority figures
  • Poor/declining relationship with family members
  • Lack of self-esteem and/or confidence
  • Out of control behavior in the home, school, and/or community
  • Emotional outbursts/inability to channel anger appropriately
  • Poor personal motivation
  • Emotional immaturity
  • More concerned with possessions than with people
  • Social phobias
  • Truancy or lack of participation in educational opportunities
  • Underachieving
  • Minor delinquencies or legal offenses
  • AD(H)D- Attention Deficit Disorder with or without the hyperactivity
  • ODD- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Non-psychotic depression
  • Low self-concept
  • Impulsive behavior
  • Lying/manipulative action
  • Stealing and/or lack of respect for property of others
  • Experimentation with drugs and/or alcohol
  • Poor interpersonal skills
  • Choosing a negative peer group/easily influenced by friends
  • Treatment Resistant

Call to Learn More

(307) 899-3424

For more information on how we can help you, please call our Admissions Counselor to determine enrollment eligibility.

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