A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
Call 800-580-9104 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor.

Utah Treatment Centers

Utah AA Meetings

Utah Area 69 Alcoholics Anonymous

Utah Spanish AA

Al-Anon Family Groups

Utah Al-Anon / Alateen

Mental Health Services

Utah Department of Human Services Substance Abuse & Mental Health

NAMI Utah

Valley Mental Health

Utah Mental Health Counselors Association

Anonymous Groups

Utah Region of NA

Southern Utah Area of NA

Central Utah Area of Narcotics Anonymous

Utah Cocaine Anonymous

Utah Marijuana Anonymous

Utah Sexaholics Anonymous

Utah Helplines

AIDS Information Line – call (800) 366-2437

Utah Suicide Hotline – call (435) 843-3520

Child Abuse / Neglect Hotline – call 855-323-3237

Elder Abuse Hotline – call 800-371-7897

Utah Domestic Violence Hotline – call (801) 521-5544

Utah Youth / Children’s Hotline – call 800-233-1200

Rape Recovery Center Hotline – call 801-467-7273

Sexual Assault Hotline – call 907-586-3650

Treatment & Detox Guide

Planning an Alcohol Treatment Intervention

If you’ve never planned an alcohol treatment intervention before or sometimes even if you have planned such an intervention before it can be very overwhelming and difficult. You are worried about your loved one and you only want what’s best for them but at the same time you’ve got a thousand things going through your….

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5 Ways to Make the Most Out of Alcohol Abuse Treatment

alcoholism recovery

The decision to get needed alcohol abuse treatment often comes with more than a few concerns and doubts. No doubt, the alcohol-affected state of mind a person reaches by the time he or she considers getting treatment doesn’t make the process any easier. Of all the types of addiction treatment available, alcohol abuse treatment carries….

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Young adult drug treatment

“Young adults” is the term denoted to individuals between 17 to 25 yrs of age. The global statistics, rates that the percentage of “drug and alcohol” abuse is the highest among these young adults and is increasing steadily. Since the young adults fall in the category of in-between stage of growing up as well as….

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Alcohol abuse by GIs soars since ’03

The rate of Army soldiers enrolled in treatment programs for alcohol dependency or abuse has nearly doubled since 2003 — a sign of the growing stress of repeated deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to Army statistics and interviews. Soldiers diagnosed by Army substance abuse counselors with alcoholism or alcohol abuse, such as binge drinking,….

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