Drug Rehab in Utah
  Utah Young Adult Treatment Programs
  by NewRoadsTreatment.com

New Roads Bread Pudding Recipe!

What is the best way to sooth the soul during tough times?  A large dose of delicious comfort food.  Even better the desert part of a comfort food feast.  This bread pudding is great for any occasion!  This dessert is a favorite of both our staff and clients at our residential drug rehab facility.  Sometimes if they are lucky, when our extended care drug rehab program clients come over for some mentoring, they get a little taste of the pudding as well.  It is  always requested on a weekly menu. It is one of the best Bread Pudding’s served in any drug treatment center, and in Utah!

Serves 6-8

4 Eggs

2 cups of whole milk

1 cup of sugar

3 Tablespoons melted butter

1 ½ Ground Allspice

1 Teaspoon pure Vanilla Extract

½ Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon

4 Cups of Cubed French bread

½ Cup of Raisins’ or ½ Cup Chopped Walnuts (Optional on both)

Pre Heat oven to 350 degrees

  • Mix Eggs, Milk, Sugar, Butter, Allspice and Cinnamon in large mixing bowl until well blended
  • Stir in Bread Cubes and Raisins or Walnuts
  • Grease an 11x9 greased pan
  • Spread evenly in pan
  • Bake 40-45 minutes or test using a toothpick in center of pudding
  • Suggested that you serve warm

Group Counseling as a Means of Substance Abuse Counseling

Group counseling or group therapy is one of the most common treatment models for substance abuse, but little is known about its effectiveness.  Its focus is usually on one type of problem such as addiction.

Some of the good things that group therapy has done for individuals in a drug treatment center are:

Provides hope

Shows that others have experienced the same things

Gives advice

Shows that one can receive good things by giving

Provides a group format to discuss family issues

Learning behaviors through watching others

Two important professional issues to consider are to make sure that the clients are informed about the group process and therefore have given an informed consent and to emphasize the importance of confidentiality.


New Roads Drug Rehab Hot Wings!

New Roads Hot Wings

Serves 6-8

Some of the Best tasting Hot Wings prepared in any Utah drug rehab facility, or state eatery.  The Taste is preferred by our drug rehab clients.  We have them regularly on our weekly menu.  The flavor profile is preferred over other Hot Wing Restaurants.  They are prepared in the oven and not fried in oil, but baked to a golden crispy crunch.  We add just the correct amount of seasonings, but start with a fresh chicken wing.  We marinate the wings just right and add our special blend of wings.  Again, some of the Best Hot Wings served in any Utah drug treatment center.

5#’s of Fresh Chicken Wings

2 Tbsp of kosher salt

2 Tbsp of Season Salt

1 Tbsp of Garlic Powder

2 Tbsp of Cayenne Pepper

Using Plastic gloves combine all above ingredients’ into a large mixing bowl, mixing and tossing well.  Let marinate for a minimum of 2 hours. Keep refrigerated, and covered.  Lay wings on a pan sprayed with food release or lay on top of baker’s paper.  Place in pre-heated oven at 350°F.  Bake for 30 minutes, remove and flip the wings over and place back into oven for an additional 30 minutes.  Check the internal temp of a drumette, it should read 165°F.move from oven.


1 stick of butter, melted

½ cup of Brown Sugar

1 Tbsp of Ancho Chile powder

¼ cup of Franks Hot Sauce

Combine above ingredients into a medium sauce pan.  Blend Brown Sugar, Ancho Chili Powder into Melted butter.  Make sure to not use high heat, and do not burn.  Combine Franks Hot Sauce and mix well with a wire whisk.   Set aside.

After Wings have marinated for 2 hours and properly baked.  Combine wings and sauce, toss together and let set for approx. 15 minutes before eating.


Sunday Meal – New Roads Transitional Utah Drug Rehab

Hello to everyone!

The following is our menu and shopping list for Sundays drug treatment extended care community meal.

French Onion Soup w/ baguettes and melted swiss
Caesar Salad
French Bread
Swiss Cheese melted on top
Vanilla and Choc Shakes

Taking into consideration there is a certain budget, the community stays within that amount.  There were extra onions at the RTC that were donated.  The clients prepared the Soup in advance.
We believe that no matter what culture, religion, or part of the world you are from, the best way to build a family is to break bread together.  Every Sunday our sober living community - that are transitioning into the real world after their Utah drug rehab stay - come together and make a meal with the help from everybody.
On Saturday or Sunday the drug treatment center community designates a few folks to go shopping:

Shopping List:

2-Bagquetess, ask bakery to slice into small slices
2-loaves of French bread
2# Grated Swiss Cheese
2 bags of chopped romaine
1-14 oz bottle Caesar Classic dressing
1 gallon of Choc Ice cream
1 gallon of Vanilla Ice cream
1 small bottle of choc syrup
1 box of croutons
1 small bottle of Parmesan
1 gallon of Milk


New Roads Extended Care Drug Rehab Program Snowboarding Trip

What a beautiful day on the mountain!  New Roads extended care drug treatment clients were able to take full advantage of the snowboard park at Brighton Ski Resort up Utah’s Big Cottonwood Canyon.

The day started out with the community’s morning reflections group.  Everybody was in a great mood anxiously awaiting the beautiful scenery that can only come from finding peace during drug rehab in Utah.  After stopping for one of Utah’s famous breakfast burritos it was up to the mountain resort for half pipes, rails, and a ton of snow!

The community was accompanied by Life Coach and recreational drug treatment counselors Peter Busch and Jessie Dennerline.  Clients formed groups based on experience level so that experience fostered the community to bond.  After a high energy morning full of a variety of runs a group lunch at the mountain lodge was great for recharging everybody.  A few more runs in the afternoon and no injuries(yay) and everyone was ready for a nice cup of hot chocolate and the trip home.

The next trip can’t come soon enough!