Substance Abuse Counseling
Treatment and education options are offered for all treatment levels and address the unique needs of the individual.
Family Support & Education
Staff has specialized training to help those with alcohol and drug problems. Our staff includes licensed clinicians, Master’s level clinicians, and certified alcohol and drug counselors & educators.
Outpatient care consists of face-to-face individual, group or family counseling sessions. An individualized treatment plan is formulated based on the goals of the client.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Services are offered to youth and adults in need of a highly structured treatment program. Clients attend 3-4 days per week with morning and evening sessions available.
Any individual in crisis may call the office to speak with a counselor. After hours, our staff is available through our 24/7 crisis call lines. Cache: 435.881.0358 or Box Elder: 435.730.2793. To schedule an appointment during regular business hours call 435.792.6500 or click here.
Medication Assisted Therapy
Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) is the use of a medication prescribed by an on-site physician to assist in managing addiction. This is provided at low or no cost. It is most successful when paired with counseling services.
Vivitrol & other MAT
The health department has a physician on staff trained to provide Vivitrol and other MAT. Use of MAT can increase the success rates of substance abuse treatment.
Naloxone is a drug that can reverse overdoses from heroin or prescription opioids such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, methadone, morphine & fentanyl. Naloxone is available at pharmacies without a prescription.
Mental Health Counseling Services
Mental health concerns affect people from all walks of life; young and old, male and female, married and single, employees and employers. Services are available for individuals and families to address a variety of issues including those related to depression, anxiety, suicide, grief, substance abuse and anger management.