Has alcohol taken over your life? To get through the day do you take more pills than prescribed? Has your family or coworkers expressed concerns about your behaviors under the influence?
We have helped thousands towards recovery and if it’s you or your loved one or your employee, we can help.
Wyoming Recovery has been treating patients with addiction illnesses since 1996. By adapting recovery principles to an individual’s learning style, health status, employee/employer relationship and home life, our treatment offers a one-of-a-kind philosophy, resulting in successful outcomes and affordable costs.
Our central location in Casper allows Wyoming Recovery to offer addiction treatment to patients from all over the United States. As a freestanding treatment center, we provide affordable and tailored treatments based on our unique philosophy and recognized best practices. We offer support in all phases toward your sobriety. The staff at Wyoming Recovery are committed professionals whose mission is to guide you toward and through certain steps to recovery from your addiction(s). We provide six levels of care, active case management, co-occurring mental health treatment and medical evaluation on site.
Addiction is a growing problem and it affects everyone in the community — the addicts, their loved ones, their friends, their employers and their co-workers — and we all play a role in the recovery process.
The disease of addiction knows no boundaries, it can affect anyone regards of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status or religious beliefs. Regardless of your chosen career or destinational path, we would love to hear from you. Please call 307-265-3791
If you are someone suffering from an addiction illness, or you know of someone who is, it is my hope that you will find the courage to visit us at Wyoming Recovery and discover the path to a sober/drug free, healthy and productive lifestyle.
Berton Toews, M.D.
Medical Director, Owner
- Licensed by the State of Wyoming Department of Health
- Accredited by the Joint Commission as a Behavioral Health Care Accreditation Program