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Next Steps

Schedule a Pre-screening Call

For information on how to be admitted, call the StepOne Service coordinator at 435.545.4427.
Most insurance plans are accepted, including Medicare and Medicaid.

Call to Schedule

The commitment

Individuals seeking treatment through the StepOne Service must be committed to staying in the hospital until they are medically stable. Once discharged from the hospital, they must be motivated to continue addiction treatment by transitioning to a service based in the community.

The process:

An individual entering the StepOne Service will undergo:

  • Telephone pre-screening
  • In-person assessment
  • Admission to the medical unit at Ashley Regional Medical Center
  • Acute withdrawal management
  • Individualized discharge planning
  • Post-discharge follow-up

Meet the Team

photo of December HatchDecember Hatch

December Hatch is the Service Coordinator for StepOne Service at Ashley Regional Medical Center. Her personal journey with recovery ignited a spark in her life that truly helped her find her passion and her purpose. Treating people with kindness, compassion, dignity, and respect in what may be one of the most vulnerable points in their lives and supporting them as they begin their journey is her highest calling! Each of us is more than the worst thing we have ever done, and everyone deserves a second chance. It’s an honor to help kickstart the spark of recovery in the lives of others!

picture of Andi BoydAndi Boyd

Andi Boyd is the Care Coordinator with StepOne Service. She grew up in Kentucky and was exposed to addiction as a child through family members. Andi moved to Utah to go to the University of Utah and received a BS in Psychology. She has worked in multiple settings with adolescents who struggled with mental health issues and addiction. Andi moved to Vernal a few years ago to slow down in life but never lost her passion to help others. After losing a close loved one to an overdose last year, she decided to apply for grad school and is working towards obtaining a Master’s in Social Work. Andi has seen people get lost in their addiction and not know where or how to get help. She looks forward to being able to assist people in their recovery and provide them support and care.


Call 435.545.4427 to get connected with care today

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