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RESIDENTIAL AND HOUSING SUPPORT

Housing Support Services
Housing support services are designed to meet the housing needs of residents who do not require a 24-hour residential treatment but will benefit from a structured and supervised living arrangement. Southwest Behavioral Health Center operates apartments for men and women in Iron and Washington Counties.

Southwest Behavioral Health Center operates a 24-hour supervised residential program for people who suffer from severe mental illness. Mountain View House staff aim to enable clients to reach their highest level of functioning in the least restrictive environment. The supportive environment helps to resolve feelings of loneliness and alienation. The services promote acceptance and approval among the residents.

Services offered

  • Day treatment participation and other mental health therapy

  • Coordination of personal goal planning

  • Meaningful social and interpersonal experiences

  • Skills development training in independent living, money management, housekeeping, cooking, and personal hygiene

Horizon House East & Horizon House West
Horizon House offers gender specific residential treatment, available at two separate locations. Both locations are licensed 45+ day substance abuse treatment facilities. The treatment offered combines group and individual therapy, education classes, anger management, communication skill building and relapse prevention. The residential portion of treatment (Phase I) is followed up by Phases II and III which are outpatient services and are provided in each of the five Southwest Counties.

Horizon House Residential Treatment
54 N. 200 E., Cedar City, Utah 84720
(435) 586-2515

Desert Haven
Desert Haven is a residential support facility for women in the five county area. The facility is licensed for up to 7-10 adult women and up to 6-9 children (ages 8 & under) belonging to the women. The women in the program attend substance abuse day treatment at the main St. George Office Complex, while day care services are provided to their children. The treatment offered combines group and individual therapy, education classes, anger management, communication skill building, parenting skills, life skills education, and relapse prevention.

For more information call (435) 634-5600.

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