Daylight Recovery is unique among outpatient programs in the Salt Lake Valley. We believe in treating our clients with real love, dignity, and respect. We realize with the recent opioid epidemic in our community, a new program is needed that focuses on the value of the *one*. Our mission statement reads:
Together we suffer the pain;
Together we embrace the victory;
It is posted on our entry wall to remind us every day why we do what we do and how important our clients are to us. This work is a mission – or maybe better stated – a passion to us.
We believe that outpatient treatment is the most effective way of helping our clients, because it allows us to serve them in the environments that contribute to their problems, versus placing them in a cocoon, removed from all of the triggers that lead them to addiction.
If you are suffering from substance abuse, addiction, or mental anxiety, and are looking for help, our team at Daylight Recovery is here to assist you. We offer alcohol rehabilitation and intensive outpatient drug rehab for individuals like yourself in Salt Lake City, Sandy, West Jordan, Draper, Murray, Utah County and throughout the Wasatch Front.
When you are feeling alone and unable to cope on your own, we are here for you. Our compassionate staff has a combined twelve decades of experience in the field of addiction rehabilitation.
Please give us a call at 385-999-1000
Ken graduated from Weber State College and the University of Utah. He has a Master Degree in social work and is licensed as a LCSW. He has worked over 30 years (okay, closer to 40 years) in the clinical field. He is an original author of the LDS 12-step recovery program. His counseling passions are addictions and domestic violence treatment.
Ken has four children and has been married to Gail Bennion Lowe for the past 38 years. His greatest joy is his 8 grandkids. He looks forward to helping patients with whatever needs they may have in a loving and compassionate manner.
Troy graduated with an Associate Degree from Snow College in Science, He later went on and graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor of Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice. He completed a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Utah. During this education, Troy worked in several positions in the social work field including: a Senior Counselor in Long Term Secure Care (high security prison) for adolescents, Youth Services and Receiving with ungovernable and runaway youth, and Valley Mental Health with adolescent sexual offenders.
Troy has also completed a 200 hour yoga instruction certification and is a Licensed Massage Therapist.
Troy believes that all people can improve their lives by choosing their thoughts and watching how you talk to yourself. He believes that we are all a little broken but that is what makes life beautiful. There are ways that allow people to successfully navigate the world and allow everyone to have a more fulfilling life despite our traumas and pasts. He believes that therapy should be difficult but it should be provided with respect and encouragement. You will get out of therapy what you invest in it. Troy believes that whatever the substance is you are dependent upon, you are trying to fill a void inside of yourself. We want to figure out what that void is and fill it with the right stuff!!!!!!
Troy approaches therapy from a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy base, but pulls upon many other modalities including Native American philosophy, yoga, and shamanism to treat the individual, not the disorder. Troy was born on the pueblo in New Mexico and was eventually adopted by the Crow Tribe while living in Lodge Grass, Montana and by a Navajo family while living in Utah and given healing rights from both.
In his free time, Troy loves to fly fish, spend time outdoors, and to play and sing music. Good food, good music, and great conversation are about as good as it gets!
Tina began working in the Mental Health field in 2001. She had the opportunity to work as the Office Manager for an adolescent substance abuse program, which she very much enjoyed. In addition to that full-time job, she also worked evenings at a mental health and substance abuse treatment center as administrative support, working with adults and adolescents.
Tina’s passion for working in this field comes from having friends and family struggle with addiction and watching the effect it has not only on the individual but the entire family. She truly cares about each person who comes through our doors, and she is here to help in any way she can in a kind-hearted, compassionate manner.
Prior to joining Daylight Recovery, Craig worked in strategic business development at Domo, eBay, and O.C. Tanner, focusing his creativity, drive, and leadership in marketing and sales. He expanded the companies' reach and helped build some of their key strategic components for profit.
Craig thrives on challenge, and today he works in addiction recovery, because he has a passion for helping people who are struggling to find greater joy and meaning in life. He has seen the devastating effects that addiction has brought into his friends' and family members' lives. He knows the powerful transformation to a healthy and fulfilling life that a loving, qualified team can bring to someone who is ready to face the challenge of addiction head-on.
Craig holds a Bachelor of Business Management degree from Brigham Young University.
Rob’s passion is in helping people find a better life. He holds Bachelor of Arts in Classical Music Composition and Master of Business Administration Degrees, both from Brigham Young University.
He met his wife teaching English to children in Russia shortly after the fall of communism. Immediately following their wedding, the two of them returned to Russia and were administrators for a volunteer, English-as-a-second-language program in St. Petersburg. An adoptive father of six, he serves on the Board of Directors for Utah Foster Care, a unique non-profit that trains and supports foster families.
He is co-inventor of a brand of award-winning LED-based theatrical lighting that can be found in Broadway productions, theme parks, opera houses, and television studios around the world – as well as the facilities of Daylight Recovery. Although he is a newcomer to the industry of addiction recovery, he has a deep love for those who serve and those who suffer and is profoundly grateful for the incredible team at Daylight Recovery.
From the first step in the door, every patient feels our genuine concern. It is the most consistent feedback we get on our surveys, and it is the highest priority in our practice – that we love one another and that we love the people we serve.
Compassion demands individualized care. Individualized care means that every treatment plan is written specifically for each patient with both the therapist and medical doctor. This includes any medications that might be utilized in recovery. Our therapists and medical staff have been chosen because of their ability to listen and treat each patient as a unique person with unique needs and challenges. It is our very best way of helping every patient recover for good.
Our patients respond best to our treatment when they feel a bond of trust with our whole staff. Every week we share multiple lunches together, where both patients and staff sit at the same table in an open and casual setting. The free lunches are included as part of group therapy, and they facilitate interaction with Daylight Recovery on every level, from reception staff to directors, and even company owners. It is an invaluable way for patients to feel the commitment the entire organization has made to their recovery.
Daylight Recovery is a complete treatment center, meaning that we have both clinical and medical staff onsite, but it is much more than this. Therapy regularly includes extended treatments like advanced nutrition for recovery, meditative sound healing and group music-making, yoga, somatic breath control, Seasonal-Affective- Disorder (SAD) light treatment, and a color-therapy chamber that is unique in the nation, to name just a few of the many program offerings. Our approach taps into as many different aspects of our patients’ lives as possible, in order to give them the greatest number of supports for lasting recovery.
Daylight Recovery offers a separate treatment track that utilizes the LDS 12-Step Program for Recovery. Our clinical director, Kendall Lowe, is one of the original authors of the LDS 12-Step Program [link to his bio] and is uniquely qualified to offer this therapeutic approach. Because every part of our program is tailored for each patient, we allow patients the choice of group therapies that take either a traditional or a spiritual focus to recovery. This choice for traditional or spiritual focus carries over to individual treatment as well, as all our therapists are specially qualified in both approaches.