Our Motto Is
“Living with a Vision and Purpose”

We’re focused on providing effective and affordable outpatient drug and alcohol rehab services. Our interest is in treating the whole person. You’ll be involved in life-changing experiential therapy, individual sessions, group sessions, and family sessions when appropriate.

Our Motto Is
“Living with a Vision and a Purpose”

We’re focused on providing effective and affordable outpatient drug and alcohol rehab services. Our interest is in treating the whole person. You’ll be involved in life-changing experiential therapy, individual sessions, group sessions, and family sessions when appropriate.

Meet Angela Garner

Director of Admissions and Co-Founder

Angela Garner is the Director of Admissions and a co-founder at Cache Valley Recovery. Originally from Box Elder County, Angela began her healthcare career in 2000 as a Certified Nursing Assistant. She went on to graduate from Weber State University with a Bachelors of Nursing while raising her family. She works closely with the executive team on daily operations at Cache Valley Recovery.

Angela has worked with a variety of populations.  These include people with disabilities, hospice patients, and all aspects of acute care. But she always finds herself wanting to give people options beyond what society provides. While working at a rural hospital Emergency Department, she discovered the need for resources. Given her love for healthcare, and a desire to help others, she has made it her mission to give people struggling with addiction opportunities to rebuild their lives.  She wanted to create an effective way that people can learn new skills, grow their talents, and experience the many lessons nature has to offer. 

Angela enjoys being in the sunshine and spending time with her husband and seven children.

Meet Ashley Smith, MS, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Ashley Smith began her nursing career working in addiction medicine at a small, rural methadone clinic. Since that time, she has logged over ten years of experience in various areas of psychiatric patient care. She also has held numerous administrative positions. 

Ashley earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Weber State University. She also earned a Master of Science degree from the Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of South Alabama.

Ashley is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Association of Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses, and the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

Meet Ben Garner

Executive Director and Co-Founder

Ben Garner is the Executive Director and owner of Cache Valley Recovery.  He was born and raised in Montana and continues to have a great passion for the outdoors. Ben is a well rounded person that has always loved people and genuinely is interested in their lives.

Upon moving to Cache Valley Ben started as a healthcare provider in the community assisting clients with rehabilitation, he gained a real love and empathy for others suffering with various illnesses and internal struggles. He later returned to his roots in tree work and has been a  dedicated business owner for over 25 years. He makes sure to treat the customers the way he would like to be treated. His attention to detail has helped him grow a successful family operation into a thriving business. He has a variety of experience in many industries and organizations but always enjoys the people he meets, and the visits they have.

Ben enjoys seeing what hardworking can produce and spending time with his wife and 7 children. He appreciates the sites and sounds of nature and all the creations that make life exciting and meaningful.

Meet Aaron Tveter, LMFT

Therapist

Aaron is a licensed marriage and family therapist. He received his degree at Argosy University in Draper Utah. In his time as a therapist, he has worked with adults and youth suffering with substance abuse, behavioral problems, relationship problems, social skill problems, autism spectrum disorder, sexual addiction, pornography addiction, sexual abuse, trauma, depression, suicidal ideation, self-harm, anxiety, bipolar disorder, hallucinations, delusions, and academic problems.

When he’s not in the therapy office, he enjoys going on walks with his wife and little baby girl. He’s also an adventurist who enjoys skiing, rock climbing, canyoneering, camping, hiking, and sailing.

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