Renaissance Ranch Addiction Treatment Center Offers Free Help through Webinar
“Best of State” Utah-based addiction treatment center for men will offer a free March 3 webinar on “Hope in Recovery” from depression and addiction. The webinar is open to the public and will benefit sufferers and affected family members.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRUnderground) February 26th, 2021
Renaissance Ranch treats men’s addiction and mental health issues through faith-centered principles and clinically proven solutions. On March 3, they will offer a free “Hope in Recovery” webinar to help individuals and family members affected by addiction and mental illness.
Renaissance Ranch received Utah’s “Best of State” award for their Christian-based rehabilitation programs devoted to helping men find hope and growth through addiction recovery. Owned and operated by people who are in recovery (with at least five years of sobriety), the staff offers a profound understanding of the recovery process and living proof that change is possible.
To help people who are grappling with the horrors of addiction, as well as to support their family members, Renaissance Ranch will provide a free, hope-themed webinar beginning at 6:30 on March 3. The keynote speaker is high school counselor Lisa Ann Gardner, who will address suicide awareness and prevention. There will be four other speakers, all of whom are in recovery themselves, including:
- Russell Bird, Social Worker (topic: Addiction Recovery)
- Lindsay Allred, Educator (topic: Hope for the Hopeless)
- Lane Porter, Mental Health Therapist and Family Services Advocate (topic: Hope for Parents and Spouses)
- Deanna Palma, Sponsorship Advocate (topic: Hope for the Family Member)
“This webinar will remove barriers for people seeking help and also reinforce that there is reason for hope,” said Preston Dixon, Renaissance Ranch C.O.O. “People in the thick of addiction or mental illness are often so overwhelmed and hopeless that they don’t even know where to begin. We want to show them that recovery is possible and give them actionable steps for starting on the journey.”
With the pandemic driving up substance abuse and mental health challenges, Preston said that the webinar is more critical than ever. He has been in recovery from his substance abuse addiction since 2006 and joined the Renaissance Ranch staff after seeing how the program transformed the life of his brother, Tyson, who also struggled with addiction. Today, Tyson serves alongside his brother at Renaissance Ranch as C.E.O.
Renaissance Ranch is passionate about sharing messages of hope with the greater Salt Lake City community and families nationwide through online weekly education classes, podcasts and webinars. They are also committed to helping entire families heal from the effects of addiction through free family education Zoom classes for the public (offered four times weekly).
Located near Salt Lake City, Renaissance Ranch is ranked among the best centers of its kind in the nation by third-party rating organization Vista Research Group, Inc. Renaissance uses a 12-step approach and a combination of faith-based principles to guide people through recovery. They offer a broad range of care options, to include residential detox programs, outpatient care, trauma-informed therapy, family education and a robust lifetime Alumni and aftercare program.
Click to pre-register for the webinar or visit www.RenaissanceRanch.net to learn more about the center’s addiction recovery programs.
About Renaissance Ranch Treatment Centers
Renaissance Ranch is a Utah rehab center that uses a faith-based addiction recovery program by combining the traditional 12-Step approach to treatment combined with Gospel principles as they relate to alcohol and drug addiction. They are owned and operated by individuals who have been through the challenging road to recovery, but who have been made more whole and stronger by that very journey. Renaissance Ranch takes those who are at their lowest point and bring them into a program that gives them hope and a blueprint of how to grow and achieve their best selves.