Substance Use Treatment Services for Adults

 

Eligibility

  • Weber/Morgan County residents.

  • Pregnant Women and IV drug users have priority admission.

  • Clients may be referred from court systems, AP&P, DCFS, DWS, or may be voluntarily self-referred.

  • Prescription Drug Abuse.

 Cost

  • Medicaid will pay for treatment services; UAs are not covered.

  • Fees for non-Medicaid clients based on income, household size, and specialty program requirements.

 

Services Provided 

  • Treatment is evidenced-based and cognitive behavioral in format emphasizing personal accountability and skills development to support drug-free living.

  • Day treatment and residential services available depending on funding.

  • Medication management services needs are assessed and accessed as needed.

  • Random UA testing done at least twice weekly.

  • Twelve-step or other community-based support groups are encouraged.

 

Specialty Programs

  • Specialty Women's Services (Clean Start)

  • Child Protection Drug Court: referrals from the Second District Juvenile Court

  • Felony Drug Court

  • Felony DUI Court

  • DORA –referrals from AP&P

  • WIN – referrals from AP&P

  • General Substance Use Disorder Program

​     In the event of a medical emergency, clients are encouraged to go directly to McKay-Dee Emergency Department. Licensed professionals provide 24-hour emergency services with consultation available from a psychiatrist. Emergency services can be obtained by calling (801) 625-3700 - Daytime Number and 1-800-273-8255 - 24 Hour Crisis.   

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