›› Utah: Local Resources

Information and Referral Center - Salt Lake City Area
Information and referral to local self-help groups in the Salt Lake City area. Publishes a directory of local self-help groups. Also provides information on other local services and agencies.
211 Info Bank
1025 S. 700 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Phone: (801)978-3333
E-mail: 211@csc-ut.org

The Network
Arizona, Nevada, Utah Regional Network Homepage! Addressing Collegiate Alcohol and Other Drug Issues The Network is a national organization with a mission to proactively address issues of alcohol, other drugs, and violence to promote healthy campus environments
Campus Wellness Connection
University of Utah
201 South 1460 East, Rm 426
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
(801) 581-7779

Passages to Recovery
Passages to Recovery is a unique hands-on program serving young adults with drug and alcohol addictions. Passages to Recovery combines traditional therapeutic interventions and 12-step model with Native American philosophy in a majestic outdoor setting to break the cycle of dependence and help individuals find personal meaning, purpose and directed life-goals. Designed to be completed in 35-50 days. Year-Round Admissions.
Summer Address:
52 South Main, PO Box 379
Loa, Utah, USA 84747
Phone: 888-972-7736
Off-Season Address:
52 South Main, PO Box 379
Loa, Utah, USA 84747
Phone: 888-972-7736
Toll-Free: 866-625-8809

The Univercity of Utah - EnvironmentalHealth And Safety
Commecial Driver Drug/Alcohol Testing
Environmental Health and Safety
University of Utah Bldg 605
125 South Fort Douglas Blvd
Salt Lake City, Utah 84113
(801) 581-6590

Utah Lawyers Helping Lawyers
Support Groups for Lawyers; rendering confidential assistance to any member of the Utah State Bar whose professional performance is or may be impaired because of mental illness, emotional distress, substance abuse or any other disabling condition or circumstance..
(801) 579-0404
(800) 530-3743 In state in state

The Utah Federation for Youth
http://www.ufyi.org/
Promotes positive youth development and drug prevention through education, community involvement, and outdoor recreation.
History: Founded in 1980, the Utah Federation for Youth has worked as a grassroots, community non-profit organization in Salt Lake City to provide initiatives that improve young people's lives, the environment, and our community.
641 W North Temple, Suite 40
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
801- 468-0699

 

 



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