Lindsay Lohan has checked into the Cirque Lodge drug and alcohol treatment center in Sundance, Utah, according to a CBS News radio report.
This would be Lindsay's third stint in rehab, following her previous stays at Wonderland and Promises in the Los Angeles area.
Cirque Lodge was recently named by Town and Country magazine as one of the top substance abuse treatment facilities consistently providing outstanding levels of care.
Cirque Lodge provides alcohol rehab and drug rehab treatment services at two main facilities: the Lodge and the Studio. The Lodge is described as “a private substance abuse mountain retreat with stunning views of both the Sundance Ski Resort and the cirque on beautiful 12,000 foot Mount Timpanogos.” The drug treatment center at the Studio is located near the base of Mount Timpanogos and the mouth of Provo Canyon, a world-renowned fly-fishing and ice climbing area.
Admission guidelines state that a thorough history and physical examination will be completed upon arrival by the center's medical staff, and it is also stressed that new participants keep an open mind:
“We believe that recovery involves spiritual healing and ask that all individuals seeking addiction treatment at Cirque Lodge be open to exploring this aspect of their lives,” say the guidelines.
The rooms are certainly built for comfort, with private and shared rooms featuring down duvets and pillows, reading and relaxation areas, fireplaces or wood-burning stoves, and large bathrooms with slate tile and jetted tubs.
The New York Post’s Page Six reported that Lindsay had gone to her mother's home on Long Island on Friday, Aug. 3. The exact day of Lindsay's reported check-in to Cirque Lodge is not yet known.
Lindsay is due in court in Santa Monica, Calif., on Aug. 24, where she will face charges from her Los Angeles arrest on July 24 for suspicion of DUI and driving on a suspended license, as well as previous DUI-related charges.