At Pomarri, we have always sought to provide drug and alcohol rehabilitation services that are compatible with our patients’ lives.
Many drug and alcohol treatment centers require onsite stays and inpatient programs. While these treatment plans can be effective, they may also be incredibly inconvenient, causing huge disruption to the life of the patient at a time when they need maximum comfort and security. Inpatient treatment is also prohibitively expensive, which means it is often inaccessible to those who need it most.
Pomarri is a Utah drug rehab service that understands the needs of our patients, which is why our services are available on an outpatient basis. We are able to provide the same level of services as an inpatient alcohol and drug addiction center, but via flexible, convenient methods that are suitable for everyone to use.
We believe that every patient we work with can overcome their addiction, and have established a reputation as a leading drug and alcohol rehab center that Pleasant Grove residents can rely on – without disrupting their lives in the process.
To find out more about the Pomarri range of drug and alcohol addiction services, please do get in touch with us today.
Pleasant Grove is a city in Utah County, Utah. Once named Battle Creek for an 1849 battle between Mormon settlers and Ute Indians, the city is now more commonly known by its nickname: Utah’s City of Trees.
As with most Utah cities, Pleasant Grove enjoys a bright, warm climate that is comfortable to live in throughout the year. The city receives only 18 inches of rainfall each year – far less than the US average of 39”. There is an average of 229 sunny days in Pleasant Grove each year, which again exceeds the US average of 205 days.
The city is known for a number of attractions, including the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center, named for the teacher-astronaut who tragically lost her life due to the Challenger disaster in 1986. The space center features a number of flight simulators and seeks to educate children about the wonders of space and exploration.
Every summer, Pleasant Grove is host to a summer festival known as “Strawberry Days”. The festival – the longest-running community celebrate in Utah’s history – is held in the third week of June and includes parades, a rodeo, a carnival, and pageants. A particularly unique quirk related to “Strawberry Days” is the fact that strawberries aren’t grown in Pleasant Grove; the name is historical, dating back to a time when strawberries were once a significant part of the Pleasant Grove economy.