Castleview Hospital has partnered with StepOne Service to provide an inpatient, three-to-five day hospital-based medical detox to safely manage opioid and alcohol withdrawals. This service is available to adults requiring medical management of withdrawal symptoms.
Detox is provided to individuals who are in impending or early stages of acute withdrawal at the time of hospital admission. The goal is to safely medically assist the individual through the withdrawal process and help them navigate the transition to an appropriate level of community-based addiction treatment that can address the underlying causes of their substance use disorder.
Struggling with opioid use disorder? Have the motivation to get help? Check out the new Bridge Program at Castleview Hospital.
The Bridge Program is the first rural hospital program available to those who struggle with opioid use disorder. The program offers individuals the opportunity to walk into the Castleview Emergency Department and get assistance with a short-term supply of Suboxone that will reduce the urge to use, as well as being connected to appropriate outpatient care that will help support recovery.
Individuals will be assessed upon arriving at the Emergency Department. If the Bridge Program is not a fit, an individual may be considered for StepOne Service or receive assistance in placement at another treatment program.
Castleview Hospital Emergency Department:
300 N Hospital Drive, Price, UT 84501
For more information call Christinna at 435.650.0028
For information on how to be admitted, call the StepOne Service coordinator at 435.636.4808.
Most insurance plans are accepted, including Medicare and Medicaid.
As the first phase in the recovery process, the StepOne Service is a hospital-based, three-to-five day acute withdrawal management service. Provided at Castleview Hospital, it is for adults who are in the impending or early stage of withdrawal from alcohol and/or opioids. The service:
Individuals seeking treatment through the StepOne Service must be committed to staying in the hospital until they are medically stable. Once discharged from the hospital, they must be motivated to continue addiction treatment by transitioning to a service based in the community.
An individual entering the StepOne Service will undergo:
Savannah Eley is the Service Coordinator for StepOne Service at Castleview Hospital and Ashley Regional Medical Center. She has worked in the field of substance use for 5 years and was an integral part of launching the detox program at Castleview 3 years ago. Savannah advocates for recovery and loves to bring new service lines to her community and other communities who need support. Savannah loves being able to help people who suffer from a substance use disorder and to educate the community on Substance Use Disorder.
Christinna Barrett is the Care Coordinator for StepOne Detox and the Peer Support Navigator for the Bridge Program. I am passionate and devoted to helping others who suffer from Substance Use Disorder (SUD). Getting them the tools they will need to land on their feet and on the road to recovery.