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Utah (UT) > Rehab Centers in Loa, UT
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56 S Main St
Loa, Utah 84747

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Meet The Staff

Mike Mills, MFT Student

"I have seen and experienced for myself the deep impact and effects of the wilderness. I believe there is no better way to learn about yourself and your own capabilities than to be surrounded by nature without the distractions of modern conveniences. I have over 15 years of experience in being a soldier in the Utah Army National Guard. Even after facing the enemies of our country in Iraq, I believe the greatest enemy for any individual is themselves, and each one of us are combating our fears, anxieties, anger, sadness, ambivalence and addictions. I believe that each one of us have the capacity to do great things and be great people if only we can be victorious in our battles with our own internal enemies. Through my experiences I have come to understand how important it is to be a part of a team that functions well. I look towards the treatment team for support and strength knowing I am only a part of the potential power of this program. I feel extremely honored to be part of a program and team that is so effective and efficient in showing young men their potential and guiding them to better, more productive, and independent lives."

Ray Barlow SUDC
Admissions Director

Ray’s passion for this work comes from his personal life-changing experiences in the wilderness and a strong belief in the power of mentoring. Through his own remarkable journey, he has gained the experience, insight and passion to help others find their vision for the future and make the successful transition to manhood. For Ray, this work is much more than a job; it is a life calling. Ray has over 20 years’ experience working in the wilderness and has helped countless people overcome the obstacles standing in the way of their success. Ray is a Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor and has personal experience with the heartache of addiction and the joy of recovery. Ray is a certified Wilderness First Responder and a certified Positive Control Systems instructor, and has had extensive training and experience in the area of wilderness risk management, Motivational Interviewing, 12 Step Recovery, the Gorski Relapse Prevention Model, the Stages of Change Model, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and wilderness survival.