Vitality Living truly believes in wrap around care and support while you are in a transitional living. We do this by having staff and case managers available to you or your loved one 24 hours a day. Having clinical and support staff helps tremendously to set you up for success. Vitality is not a place for everyone. We look for individuals who are serious about getting well. We understand that when transitioning from residential treatment to outpatient care is where you face the most challenges in early recovery.
Being at Vitality Living is a commitment to yourself. We ask that you commit to your recovery for YOU. Building a solid foundation of recovery support and being willing to face obstacles that will make you more likely to succeed. Thats what Vitality Living offers.
For the Guys
Empowerment. – Build your own recovery plan, fill your time with things you value. We will help guide you through this process. Maybe slogan these out somehow – “Build YOUR plan, enjoy YOUR recovery, let us show you how.”
- Focus points – Community, Mental, Physical, Spiritual, Financial
- IndividualIzed Care
- Weekly Case Management – employment, education, recovery goals, and resources.
Support and Accountability. – Lean on us and your housemates. “Build your team”?
- Drug testing/breathalyze nightly
- 24/7 Staff Oversight
- Transportation available
Connection. – We value community and connection. Practice building healthy relationships with your family, friends, and peers. “Connect to your community, watch yourself grow.”
- Weekly house meetings w Staff/Alumni
- Introductuons toOpportunities to build a sober communitiesy
- Peer to Peer relationships, amplecreate spaces for men to share freely
Fun. – There will be many opportunities to have some fun along the way. We encourage living a healthy lifestyle and finding ways to stay active. “Actively enjoy life, there is fun in recovery.”
- House activities bi-Bi weekly
- Softball, Volleyball and Golf Leagues
- Gym MembershipPasses included
- Outdoor adventure sports highly recommended
Requirements. – We require a minimum 90 day commitment from all of our guys. We , as a team, feel this is the least amount of time we would need to achieve all the goals set forth. I’m not sure this one should have a slogan.
- Enroll in an Intensive Outpatient Program
- Individual therapy
When you choose Vitality you are making a commitment to yourself. We’d love to help.
For the Family
We understand this is a difficult process for the entire family. One of our main goals here at Vitality is to provide the family with peace of mind, and knowing your loved one is safe.
- 24/7 Staff oversight
- Random dDrug testing and, bBreathalyze daily
- Recovery guidance, support, and accountability
- Case Management weekly to ensure goals and expectations are being met
- Crisis Intervention, access to a therapist
- Optional updates on your son’s overall progress
Meet the Team
Dylan Dusoe, LSUDC – Founder/Owner
Utah born and raised. Dylan grew up in a family that was familiar with addiction and the treatment process. He has his own journey of recovery and has been clean and sober for most of his adult life. He’s an avid east coast sports fan, and spends his time going to comedy shows, hanging out with friends, and caring for his dog “Kuby.”
Ryan Dammarell, CPSS – Owner/Community Outreach
Grew up in Indiana, and then in 2017 relocated from Chicago to Utah in search of a new life in recovery. Ryan grew up playing sports throughout his childhood and into his 20’s. He now likes to spend his time staying active, playing golf, hanging with friends, traveling, and going on adventures with his dog “Chance.”
Michael Orton – Case Manager
Born in California,Utah native. Mike grew up with his family in Utah County, and struggled with addiction fromat a young age. Since getting sober in 2012, he’s helped individuals dealing with addiction, in many different roles. Mike is the President of Good Time Golf, a recovery golf community. He also enjoys being outdoors, and spending time with his girlfriend and their dog “Blu.”
Spencer Bolingbroke – Program Manager
Spencer grew up in nearby Sandy, Utah. A Marine veteran, he struggled with addiction upon returning from his service tour in Iraq. He was able to get clean and sober and he’s now a proud father to 2 boys. When not with his kid’s, Spencer can be found playing in the sober softball/volleyball leagues, rock climbing, and 4×4 off-roading.
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6894 S Lenora Joe Cv
Murray, UT, 84107
15 minutes to downtown Salt Lake City
25 minutes to multiple ski resorts