Rick Reimann MSW, ASUDC
Program Director

Rick has a passion for mentoring adolescence with diagnosed disorders. He facilitates clients to accomplish therapeutic assignments and facilitates group therapy processing and psychoeducation to adolescents struggling with substance use disorders. He also assists Ranch Director in coordinating group activities for a weekly ranch day for the students he works with. He has a natural talent with helping student's work through their problems and recognize their roll in governing their lives. Client also works to assist in offering community resources for clients in need and has a vast history of volunteer and professional work through organizations such as Utah Foster Care, National Alliance of Mental Illness, Urban Indian Center, and Co-Director and board member of K.O.P.P.I.R. (Kids of Parents and People in Recovery).

In addition to working at Turnabout, Rick is a licensed general contractor in the state of Utah and California. He likes working with his hands creating and building and is able to bring this passion and skill to Turnabout as he teaches the youth the value of hard work.

His greatest passion is his family which includes his wife, children, and grandchildren. He enjoys traveling, weekend get-aways, and the Hallmark channel.

"When I meet these kids where they are at and work with them as they work through their challenges, it is extremely rewarding and it never gets old to see the light shine in their eyes."