About Us

Active Recovery is an outpatient treatment center focused on helping individuals and families recover from alcoholism and addiction by integrating experiential activities with the principles of recovery. We have put together an experienced, and caring, recovery team to give individuals and families the best chance of long-term recovery.

Active Recovery provides a variety of outpatient services geared towards healing the entire family, NOT just the individual struggling with addiction. Clients and their family members will receive treatment alongside one another and all will get the tools they need for long-term success.

We are located in Centerville, Utah. Our central location helps to service individuals and families along the entire Wasatch Front. Although no program is right for everyone, our addiction treatment approach provides a multitude of tools that we customize to fit your needs, helping you reach deeply to uncover — and overcome — the reasons you have sought solace via substances for so long.

Lance Hori

Lance Hori, CPA
Program Director

Lance Hori is actively involved in recovery on a daily basis He has a passion for helping others recover from drugs and alcohol. He has served on the Board of Trustees for South Davis Recovery Club for 8 years. Lance went through a treatment center in 2003, and decided to give back to his community by filling the need for an excellent treatment provider in the Centerville and Bountiful area.

“I myself struggled with drugs and alcohol at one period in time, and by using the 12 steps and Alcoholics Anonymous, I was able to completely turn my life around. I want to provide the same kind of recovery here in Davis County that I received in treatment. The treatment I received was very experiential and was grounded in the 12 steps.

I would like to introduce clients to sponsors or mentors in the community that are looking to give back to alcoholics and addicts in early recovery. I believe in the 12 step process, and I have personal experience that these tools work. Those that thoroughly follow this process have a good chance of success. I would like to teach clients how to thoroughly follow the process and encourage them to work their own program of recovery after leaving treatment.”


Doug Hopper, LMFT
Clinical Director

Doug Hopper is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He has been practicing as a therapist for over 10 years. He has a passion for helping individuals connect with themselves, and couples to connect with each other, which stems from his belief that one of the antidotes to mental health issues is healthy human connection. He has a strong desire to help individuals find balance in their mind, body, spirit, life, and relationships.

Doug has extensive experience in helping individuals, couples, and families deal with substance abuse. His experience also includes couples therapy, family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, overcoming codependency, anxiety, depression, navigating divorce, narcissistic abuse syndrome, holding boundaries, rebuilding trust, improving communication and more.

Doug helps clients to empower themselves and improve their lives by taking personal accountability while simultaneously employing self-compassion. He gives clients the space to express themselves and deal with hurt, without judgment, while also helping them gain awareness on how to implement solutions.

Long Term and Short Term Goals

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The long-term goals of Active Recovery are to help addicts and alcoholics reach long-term sobriety. We wish to help the community by helping to reduce the overdose deaths that are plaguing our neighborhoods and families by helping a core group of individuals remain clean and sober so that they can carry their messages to others in recovery.

The short-term goals are to expose clients to a wide variety of activities and introduce them to a new way to get the same euphoric feeling they associate with drugs and alcohol. We want to help clients associate themselves with people in the community that are also recovering from alcohol and addiction and who have gone on to live happy and successful lives.

Vision Statement

We wish to help people learn the tools in recovery and how to apply those tools so that they are able to achieve long-term sobriety, and never need any future outpatient or inpatient treatment.

We hope people will come to realize that they can replace drugs and alcohol through simple activities as simple as exercise, mountain biking, hiking, etc. We will get people out of the office setting and into the outdoor world to experience recovery in a setting that is more inviting where they can learn and recover at the same time.

We will give out the book “Alcoholics Anonymous” or the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous to clients and invite them to read the first 164 pages. Hopefully, in the first 164 pages, they will relate to the stories, principles, and solutions introduced in those pages.

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