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Hope Recovery and Healing opens in Springville

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Hope Recovery and Healing has opened in Springville. To celebrate their new opening a Ribbon Cutting was held at the Chamber Office at Springville City building. 

Hope Recovery and Healing was founded to address the growing need for quality mental health resources in our community and provides one of the state’s only intensive outpatient programs for mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, and trauma disorders. 

With programming fully online, clients connect with expert practitioners from home or another safe place to receive personalized treatment. They can choose from individual/couples/family therapy, group therapy, assorted support groups, and classes to help develop coping skills and healthier connections with self, others, and their higher power. 

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Hope Recovery and Healing is one of the newest members of the Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce.

“We care about Springville and want to contribute to our community in a meaningful way. This is one reason we’re so excited to be new chamber members,” said Jennifer Dobberfuhl Quinlan, PhD, Co-founder and Program Director. 

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The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce is excited to have Hope Recovery and Healing in our community as mental health resources and supportive members of the chamber and community. 

The next few months they are focusing on awareness and prevention. June is PTSD Awareness Month, and September is Suicide Prevention Month. For each of these months, they are running educational articles around the state to help employers know how to spot signs and how to help, to educate families and individuals about how to know when it’s time to get help. 

You can learn more about Hope Recovery and Healing at HopeRevoeryandHealing.com call to learn more about their services or just welcome them to the area at 435-522-8446.

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