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.
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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

Is alcoholism a problem of the poor?

The government’s fierce war against alcohol has taken a different dimension. When they started, the government said alcohol drinking was a vice that perpetuates social moral turpitude. That was then, but now they have raised the pitch, zoning in on the face of poverty, a feature that continues to define a significant section of our….

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Retreat Offers Hope for Indian American Women Alcoholics

Indian American women who are struggling with alcohol dependence, depression or substance abuse face unique challenges, according to a team of recovery professionals who are targeting the community. “Living here in the U.S. is a very major stress,” Arun Jethanandani, M.D., told India-West by phone from the Brookhaven Retreat in eastern Tennessee. “Many women have….

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Inpatient Addiction Treatment Offers New Hope to Struggling Addicts

Inpatient Addiction Treatment Program

Those suffering from addiction to drugs or alcohol have often failed the recovery process on more than one occasion before they land in an inpatient addiction treatment center. In fact, many have even failed treatment at an inpatient program multiple times before the treatment actually works for them and recovery is found. Inpatient addiction treatment….

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A path to recovery

Michael Walsh lost 16 years to alcohol and cocaine addiction. Now sober, he’s trying to help others find their way out through a new secular peer-support group called LifeRing. Alcoholics Anonymous was instrumental in his recovery, but as an atheist, Walsh, now 41, struggled with the concept of the higher power found in AA’s program…..

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How group gave me strength to live with my alcoholic husband

alcoholic husband problems

She spent 30 years “wheedling, cajoling, arguing, fighting, threatening and blackmailing” her alcoholic husband. But it was only after attending a local Al-Anon Family Group, for the family and friends of alcoholics, that Mary* realised no one could stop her husband drinking except her husband himself. Mary, a former nurse in her 60s, and her….

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